Top 5 events for 11 February 2020 in Dublin

Don’t let the windy weather keep you from enjoying the best the city has to offer! This Tuesday, there is everything from music, to movies, to side splitting comedy to fill your evening and keep you from blowing away!

K-Fest Presents The Love Buzz and Krisdeberg at The Workman’s Club

Get ready for a night of pulsing music at The Workman’s Club with two awesome acts presented by K-Fest. First up is psych-rock trio from Cork, The Love Buzz. They are followed up by Dublin’s electronic outfit Krisdeberg. Check it out, it’s sure to be a highlight of your week.

When: 11:30pm

Where: The Workman’s Club

10 Wellington Quay

Dublin 2

Tickets: Free

Working Girl at the Hotel Generator

In the mood for a classic? Swing by the Hotel Generator for a free screening of the 80s film “Working Girl”. Stick around afterward for a discussion on the film’s links to feminine economics. The discussion and screening is hosted by Financial Justice Ireland.

When: 8pm

Where: The Hotel Generator

Smithfield Sqaure

Dublin 7

Tickets: Free

Get tickets here.

New Comedy Tuesdays at the Comedy Cellar

Bad weather getting you down? In need of a laugh? Head on over to The Comedy Cellar for New Comedy Tuesdays, featuring comedians from comedy groups around Ireland. This week’s lineup is guaranteed to have your sides split by the end of the night!

When: 9pm

Where: The Comedy Cellar Dublin

The International Bar

23 Wicklow Street

Dublin 2

Tickets: €5

Get tickets here.

Michael Buckley and the House of Horns at Lost Lane

Who doesn’t love a night of RnB, soul, and groove? Head on over to Lost Lane and check out Michael Buckley Music and his critically acclaimed nine piece “House of Horns”. This is a great opportunity to listen to some awesome music performed by some of Ireland’s top musicians!

When: 9pm

Where: Lost Lane Dublin

1-2 Adam Court

Grafton Street

Dublin 2

Tickets: €10 cover charge

Pints of Malt: Live Show

Podcasts are one of the most popular forms of media nowadays, and amazing way to share stories about different experiences. The Pints of Malt podcast is the perfect example of this. Four Nigerian/Irish lads talk about their experiences of growing up and living in Ireland. Tonight is their 50th episode, and it will be a live taping! Topics of discussion will include sticky situations, most likely, and much more!

When: 7pm

Where: The Podcast Studios

13 Magennis Place

Dublin 2

Tickets: Free entry

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