Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
Are you ready to spend your Wednesday night with comedy? Comedian Tom Allen will be at The Laughter Lounge on 11th of October at 8pm. Tom Allen is an English comedian, actor, and writer. Tom Allen is going to be suited, booted, and armed with jokes at the Laughter Lounge, where he’ll be performing some of his witty and meticulously well-crafted material.
More information about him:
The Laughter Lounge Comedy Club
8 Eden Quay
RTÉ Concert Orchestra Signature Series: Stacey Kent
Stacey Kent! She is an American Jazz singer and tonight she will be at The National Concert Hall.
Kent, Grammy award winning American Jazz singer in her National Concert Hall debut joins the RTÉ Concert Orchestra for a night of jazz standards, bossa nova classics and more recent songs co-written by Kazuo Ishiguro.
“Stacey’s singing never lets us forget these songs are about people. Her protagonists come to life so fully in her voice, you sometimes have to remind yourself the CD has no visuals. She has, in fact, much in common with today’s finest screen actors who, assured of the camera’s ability to pick out detail, portray complex shades of personality, motive and feeling through subtle adjustments of face and posture….here’s a great jazz diva of our age.” – Kazuo Ishiguro
More Information about her:
National Concert Hall
The Promised Land: The Bruce Springsteen Project
There will be a concert at Pavilion Theatre tonight, and it will start at 8pm. This first time performance of Springsteen’s songs in Irish takes us on a voyage to the ‘promised land’ of his vision, drawing on albums such as Darkness on the Edge of Town and Nebraska.
Featuring Liam Ó Maonlaí on vocals and piano, guitarist Steve Cooney, saxophonist Nick Roth, Robbie Perry on percussion and Joe Csibi on bass. The lyrics are translated into Irish by Gabriel Rosenstock and stunning screen projections created by Margaret Lonergan.
For more information and to book:
Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire