Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
Taking place in the beautiful Christchurch Cathedral in Dublin 8, this event is the second in a three-part speaker series allowing those currently or previously living in direct provision services an opportunity to speak about their experiences.
Donations if desired to ‘A Place to Call Home’ housing appeal.
All welcome to attend at 6.30pm
Pale Waves at The Academy (€20.90)
For those of us longing for the nostalgia of our youth and teenage angst to boot, we have the perfect evening in store. Following the release of their debut album My Mind Makes Noises, Mancunian band Pale Waves will be serving Gothic aesthetic with a much more radio-friendly sound: indie guitars partnered with pop vocals that reflect on the different aspects of love and heartbreak.
Support acts: Swimming Girls & King Nun
Tickets from €20.90 available on Ticketmaster.
Doors at 7pm
Hamlet at The Gate Theatre
“To be or not to be; that is the question”
Hailed as the ‘Hamlet for our times’, Oscar-nominated Ethiopian-Irish actress Ruth Negga (Breakfast on Pluto, Loving) takes on the title role of Hamlet, providing a twist on one of Shakespeare’s most popular works. A tale of vengeance and murder, this unique performance will be hosted at 7pm at The Gate Theatre until Oct 13th as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival.
Tickets available from €25 by contacting the box office at 01 677 8899.
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