Events Guide 19th – 25th February

Events guide picWhat’s on tonight!

Upstairs in Whelan’s on Wexford Street, Ruth Keggin will be performing some Manx  Gaelic Music. The gig starts at 8pm and its only €5 on the door. For more info log onto:

There’s some live comedy at The Patriots Inn on the South Circular road featuring Joe Rooney, Rory O’ Hanlon and Donal Vaughan. Gig starts at 9.30pm.

The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival began last Thursday 13th February and runs until this Sunday 23rd February. The festival is dedicated to presenting and supporting the very best in Irish and international film. For more info log onto:

One of the world’s favourite musicals, Fiddler on the Roof will be in the Bord Gais Energy Theatre Centre until Saturday 22nd February.  For more info log onto:

Thursday 20th

Kiely’s Of Donnybrook is holding a fun quiz night in aid of Our Lady’s Hospital in Crumlin. There will also be some music that night by Gerry O Donovan. Quiz starts at 7pm sharp. Table of four: €40. For more info contact Mary on: 01 2830209

Thin Lizzy Tribute band called Skid Lizzy performs at The Leeson Lounge in Dublin 4. Gig starts at 9pm and it’s free in.

Singer/songwriter Niall Connolly all the way from Brooklyn in the USA plays in Bewley’s Café Theatre on Grafton Street at 8pm. Doors open at 9pm. Tickets are €12. For more info log onto:

Friday 21st

A fundraising night for Laura Lynns Children’s hospice takes place at The Avenue on Parnell Square.  It will be a night of entertainment about the life and music of Percy French, who was one of Ireland’s foremost songwriters and entertainers in his day. Doors open at 8pm. Tickets are €15. For more info contact Helen on 087 6836473 or email:

Saturday 22nd

Slattery’s bar on Capel Street is holding a Guinness Hooley night with a traditional Irish band, Irish dancers, an Irish story teller plus a three course traditional menu. Over three and a half hours of entertainment! Price: €40. For more info log onto:

The Vintage Inn in Ringsend have live music with Paul McDonald. Gig starts at 10pm.

Sunday 23rd

Some live Jazz is happening from 5.30pm in Searsons Public House on Baggot Street.

Monday 24th

Number one selling and Grammy nominated Eric Church is an American country music singer-songwriter and he will be playing in the Olympia Theatre. Ticket price range from: €25.40. For more info log onto:

Tuesday 25th February

For one night only Dara O Briain re-assembles the team from the much-loved RTE comedy show, The Panel. For more info log onto:


By Donna Dunne