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Sunday isn’t the easiest day to find something to do in Dublin. Half of Ireland emulates the religious ‘day of rest’ speel, while the other half look for a way to squeeze the last few drops of joy out of the weekend. Here’s Babylon’s top picks for events in Dublin this Sunday.
If you’re a fan of intimate gigs and gorgeous melodies, this one’s for you. Two powerhouse ensembles Glasshouse and Two Versus will be playing in Lost Lane as part of the Spike Cello Festival this Sunday night. In addition, there will be a secret gig from the exquisitely talented LemoCello upstairs.
Where: Lost Lane, 1-2 Adam Court, Grafton Street, Dublin, D02 RP20
When: Doors 8pm, performance 8.30pm.
What better way to usher in the week than belting out a few 2000’s pop bangers with friends? With a great cocktail menu, multiple dance floors and spacious smoking area Workman’s has it all. Start your week off right in Workman’s club, providing karaoke every Sunday night.
When: 11.30PM.until late.
Tickets: Free entry !
There’s nothing more Irish than a trad session. Why not celebrate yesterday’s victory over the Welsh by enjoying some traditional Irish tunes at a Dublin open-mic session. The event will be led by Adam Whelan and musicians are encouraged to bring their own instruments and join in!
The National Concert Hall will be hosting an incredible celebration of Irish women’s voices in music, poetry, and art tonight. Musicians such as SOAK, Lisa O’Neill, Radie Peat and Sorcha Richardson will be performing alongside writers Eimear McBride, Sara Baume, Wendy Erskine and more. A wide range of artists, musicians, and creatives will be performing on the night.
The Sitting Room Sessions have returned! This cosy set up lends itself to an intimate evening of live music. Cuddle up on a couch and get a first listen to some of Dublin’s hottest up and coming musical performers.
When: 7pm – 10pm