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One of the country's most hotly-tipped groups, Wyvern Lingo, play their biggest headline show to date in The Academy...
The Hugh Lane is pleased to present Prototypes, a multi-screen film installation by Berlin-based Irish artist Doireann...
This spectacular concert charts The Beatles’ meteoric rise from their humble beginnings in Liverpool’s Cavern Club through...
The Wednesday of the Summer Series sees breakout UK pop star Rag’n’Bone Man perform with support from Grace Carter.
This is the first solo exhibition in Ireland of the work of Scottish artist Rachel Maclean.
Jimmy’s Hall is a feel-good tale about a Leitrim man who was deported from his own country and sent into exile in the...
Californian pop-metal parody band Ugly Kid Joe are bringing their funk-infused tantrum rock to Dublin’s Whelan's for...
Do you know the way to Vicar Street? You certainly will when this legend of classic R&B takes to its iconic stage.
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