Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
Headlined by the wonderful Emma Doran, one of the best club comedians in Dublin and soon to be taking part in Paddy’s Night in support of Comic Relief at the Three Arena Dublin. Emma has a fantastic dry wit and is always a delight.
There’s a heap of the best female supports in Dublin at the moment including Emily Ashmore who recently scooped the inaugural “Breakout Act” of the year at Cherry Comedy Breakout Act of the Year Competition: The Finals. She is joined by Kerry legend Gillzie Fitz who always has a crowd in bits with her stories. Another amazing act Eve Darcy will also be dropping in to delight the crowd, as well as the forces of nature which can be found in Therese Cahill, Justine Stafford, Bláithín de Burca, Katie Harrington, and Jessica Collins.
Where: The Comedy Corner, 9 South Anne Street, Dublin
When: 8pm to 10:30pm
How much: Admission free, pay what you like at the end
Attention all Francophiles! Join in the celebrations of the Month of Francophonie in Ireland in March! Poland, as a friend of Francophonie, is presenting a French-Polish documentary “Out of the Lime Light” / “Z dala od orkiestry” on Monday, March 11 in the Alliance Française de Dublin. The filmmaker Rafael Lewandowski, of Polish-French origin, will introduce the film and take part in a Q&A after the screening
Out of the Lime Light (Polish: Z dala od orkiestry) – the new documentary (2018) by Franco-Polish renowned filmmaker Rafael Lewandowski tackles the rich and fascinating story of Zygmunt Lubicz Zaleski – a Polish philosopher, writer, and poet who spent most of his life in France. Like many other independent activists, he was forced to emigrate because of the political climate in Poland. He was active, but out of the limelight. In spite of this, he had a tremendous impact on the creation of a strong, independent Poland through his cultural activities.
Where: Alliance Française de Dublin, 1 Kildare Street, Dublin
When: 6:30pm to 8:30pm
How much: Admission free, booking essential
IDLEWILD is a moving tale of betrayal, revenge, and forgiveness for the times we live in.‘A wonderful, important play… with devastating, seminal performances ’ – Emer O’ Kelly.
As the streets of Dublin play host to a bitter gangland feud, two former best friends, now rival gang leaders, meet over the grave of their best friend to finally end the bloodshed.
Show of the Week ⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘The writing is sharp and witty, chilling in its reality and graphic detail’ – Michael Moffat, Mail On Sunday
Where: Viking Theatre at The Sheds, The Sheds, Connolly’s Pub, 198 Clontarf Road, Dublin
When: 8pm to 9:30pm
How much: €15, Booking: 087-1129970