Top 3 Events for February 8th

Circus Party: Open Stage + Renegade + DJ Set

The Dublin Circus Centre are holding a party tonight with plenty on offer for whatever you’re into. An open stage with special prizes for those brave enough to brace it, as well as a BYOB policy and lots of dancing to be had with the DJ Set blasting some sweet tunes. The Renegade stage “comparable to an open mic night but for circus folk (and ANYONE who wants to join in on the fun!)”,  also promises to awe.


Time: 19:45


Price: €10


Where:  Dublin Circus Project, 76g Bannow Road Cabra, Dublin 7


Aesynth Festival

The second day of Aesynth Festival begins today, with an emphasis on delivering a feeling of synaesthesia to all those present. The aim of the festival is to celebrate this feeling through music, art, film, and more. The organisers of the events describe the phenomenon of synaesthesia as a “neurological condition in which the stimulation of one sense leads involuntarily to the triggering of another sense.” An attempt to make you see colours through the sounds you hear, as it were. Today’s agenda is an evening concert, followed by a question and answer session. There are also more events planned until Sunday.


Time: 19:00 – 21:30


Price: €0-20


Where: In-spire Galerie, 56 Gardiner Street Lower, Dublin 1


The Songwriter Club

The Songwriter Club will take place today in No.5 Gardiner Row. The seminar aims to bring musicians together to discuss ideas, set up groups, and also to have a chance to get to know each other. All songwriters of all genres are welcome, and there will be an open-mic session after the seminar. The event is hosted by Keith McLoughlin, with guest speakers including:

Colm Slattery (FlutterTone)
Gerry Hodgers (Purple Sessions)
Mark Reid (AER Music)


Time: 19:00


Price: Free, but €2 donation for use of the space and refreshments


Place: No. 5 Gardiner Row, Dublin 1


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Kasper Delaney-Petersen
Hej! I'm Kasper, editor at Babylon, and as the name suggests I'm a half-Danish/Irish guy making my way through the world of journalism. I'm also a presenter of a show here at Babylon, why not check it out?

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