Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
LIVE MUSIC – Mind the Gap, Quarter Final
Tonight The Underground and Ex Oh Promotions offers another good night of live music with five talented bands facing each other for big prizes: Blackcat, Minus Ten Thousand Hours, Stone Sea, The False and the Fair and Skodo Komodo. Join the Quarter Final of Mind the Gap and vote for your favourite band!
The Underground Venue
64 Dame St., Dublin 2
THEATRE – Let Me Look at You
From award-winning Starving Artists Theatre Company. Hilarious and touching. Stand-up meets solo theatre in this personal story from the gay “movement.” Grounded in history and battered by camp, a 50-something gay man shares his misadventures while quietly having a nervous breakdown.
The Dublin Gay Theatre Festival intends to celebrate the contribution of gay people to theatre and give visibility to existing and emerging gay artists. The festival will run until the 20th of May. Have a look at the rich programme on its website.
€15/€13. You can find tickets here.
The Ireland Institute
27 Pearse St., Dublin 2
LIVE MUSIC – Jalen N’Gonda
Since moving to Liverpool in 2014, Jalen has been playing gigs across the UK and beyond. Two years later Jalen is selling out headline shows in London and Geneva, is breaking into the Viral Charts with his debut single and is supporting touring act such as Laura Mvula, Martha Reeves and Lauryn Hill at the Montreal Jazz Festival. With his tender soulful voice and bluesy arrangements, Jalen will leave you no choice but to be drawn into his world.
€13. You can book your ticket here.
East Side Tavern
104 Leeson St. Lwr, Dublin 2