Top 3 Events for March 21st

Thursday Lates at the National Gallery: OUTing the Past

Start your weekend early and join in for Thursday Lates! Drop in to the National Gallery of Ireland to celebrate OUTing the Past: The Festival of LGBT History at this month’s #NGILates. Participate in a life drawing workshop with Drag and Draw or take a trip around the Gallery on an LGBTQIA+ tour. Enjoy tunes with DJ Conor Behan, food and drinks. Experience the Gallery after hours – all ages welcome!

Where: National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Square West, Dublin

When: 4:30pm to 8:30pm

How much: €5

Analog and Modular Synth Fair

This informative event is for anyone who has any interest in electronic music and more specifically music created using analog machines and modular synths. Ireland’s leading and upcoming performers and producers using analog and modular gear are invited to come down with their own individual setups to explain how they work, carry out demonstrations of the equipment and give the public a chance to play themselves.

The event will also feature a presentation and demonstration from Greg Gibbons aka Fleggy. Greg holds one-third of Ireland’s biggest modular synth podcast and is the founder of the EuroCraic Facebook group and annual meet up, so he is the perfect man to get technical with. This will then be followed by a live show from nktrnl

Where: Sound Training, Rory Gallagher Corner, 31 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin

When: 5:30pm to 9pm

How much: Admission free

Launch: A Life in the Trees by Declan Murphy

The Lilliput Press invite you to the launch of ‘A Life in the Trees’ by Declan Murphy. ‘A Life in the Trees’ is a unique and personal account of a family of woodpeckers raising their young, it brings the reader deep into the world of this fascinating species: a world of hope, love, death, new life and ultimately success. It explores the richness and diversity of the natural wonders found in County Wicklow against a backdrop of a more general overview of the species in Ireland.

Where: Lilliput Press, 62-63 Sitric Road, Arbour Hill, Dublin

When: 6:30pm to 8pm

How much: Admission free

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Hey, It's Juliane. I'm from the north of Germany where I study culture, language, and media. At the moment I'm working as an editor with Babylon Radio.

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