Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
Tom Stade – I Swear
Canadian comedian Tom Stade will be at Whelan’s tonight. His latest show is called ‘I Swear’. The UK-based comedian will be using his outlook, as a Canadian, to explore all the madness in the world right now. With no subject off limits, Tom will lead a charming offensive on politics, war and the everyday taboos that seem to haunt the newspapers week in and week out.
23rd October, 8 pm – 10 pm
Tickets : €22
25 Wexford Street
Tribes by Nina Raine
On 23rd of October, The Gate Theatre will organize a play called ‘Tribes’. Nina Raine started to think about families and their own rituals. In some families, you go on holiday and have to bring a novelty magnet home. In others, the family would balk at you for bringing anything back at all. Tribes, created by Nina Raine focuses on a funny Jewish British family, with one deaf child. The plot has stories about love, language, steadfast beliefs and hierarchies.
Fiercely intelligent, caustically funny and emotionally wrenching piece about communication, belonging, and identity. -The Independent
A smart lively play that asks us to hear how we hear, in silence as well as in speech… -NY Times
“Tribes made me excited about New York theatre again; I haven’t been this knocked out by a play in a long time.” – NYTheatre.com
Nina Raine’s dazzling play. -NY Post
Tickets : €25-€38
Cavendish Row, Parnell Square
Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland
On 23rd of October, tonight, The Light House Cinema opens its doors to a unique show called ‘Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland’. Almost everybody has an idea about it. But this version is a little different than the others. Choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon at the Royal Ballet, it will now be performed at The Lighthouse Cinema. Don’t forget to book your tickets for this magical adventure!
7.15 pm- 9.15pm
Light House Cinema, Smithfield