Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
Incubus have lined up shows in Belfast and Dublin.
The California band will play the Ulster Hall on September 10 before heading to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre the following day as part of a wider European tour.
Tickets available here
From 7 PM
A series of evening talks delivered by the Irish Georgian Society, in partnership with Dublin City Council’s Heritage Office, in the Knight of Glin Exhibition Room, City Assembly House. Following the Restoration (1660) Dublin became the second city, after London, of the British Empire. Scholars will deliver research celebrating the works of Dublin’s great Georgian architects responsible for designing the classical buildings of Dublin during the reign of Kings George I to IV, and provide an understanding of their design, materials and construction, as well as placing them in their social, political and cultural context.
From 6.30 PM
Learn the essential leading and following techniques necessary to communicate on the dance floor. Leaders will learn how to execute figures with the appropriate signals, timing, momentum and adding spin techniques into your dancing. Followers will learn how to respond rapidly to these signals with the proper body resistance and speed. The goal of this class is to develop clear and effortless social dancing with a variety of dance partners and skills.
From 8 PM
At MyArt Dublin