What’s on this weekend

If contemporary folk music with a twist is your thing, then Ranagri will be right up your street on Thursday, February 20th. Subterranean Sounds are back on Saturday 22nd at Grimes with Belfast band, Arborist. And there's more.

Catch something a bit different

Contemporary folk/world music band, Ranagri play Garter Lane this Thursday, February 20th. Since 2013, Ranagri have recorded three studio albums at Grammy Award Winning Record Label, Stockfisch Records and released their latest album, ‘Playing For Luck’ in 2019.

Check them out

The Dark Secrets of 1798

Enjoy learning all about the dark side of Ireland’s 1798 Rebellion with entertainer and musician Paddy Cullivan at Central Arts this Friday. Check it out below.

Cannot recommend this night highly enough. The show is brilliant!’

Phelim Drew – Actor/Musician

Subterranean Sounds at Grimes

Belfast-based band, Arborist, fronted by Mark McCambridge play on Saturday, February 22nd at Grimes. The band’s new album ‘A Northern View’ was released February 7th and based on previous album reviews, these guys are not to be missed!

Watch their video

Tickets €15

Something for the kids

Captain Cauliflower and Marvin the Mischievous Moose has played to audiences all over the UK and they’re coming to a theatre near you! Bring the kids to Garter Lane to see 50-minutes of hilarious non-verbal comedy. Suitable for ages 3+.

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