dublin

today

THESE ARE TODAY'S LE COOL LISTINGS. WANT MORE? USE THE 'WHEN' NAVIGATION TO VIEW THE WEEK OR WEEKEND TO COME...

Signup for the weekly magazine

Gr_event_lecool_logo

September 28 2014

Mart

where MARTCADE, 46 Rathmines Road Lower, Rathmines, Dublin, Ireland
Location Map

when 6pm

how much €10 - €200

Sunday_22043_0

workshop

The MART Academy

While MART as a collective has been about since 2006, their physical presence in Dublin is still relatively new. With their first studios in the old fire station only opening, last year, their empire has quickly grown, encompassing 3 different buildings, a multitude of studios, exhibition spaces, a market, cafe and performance venue and now MARTcademy, a one stop shop for budding, developing and established artists. Covering a wide range of artistic and creative disciplines, there’s everything from an intro to turkish art to singing for the terrified. And they’re such sweeties, they even promise tea and cake for participants (let’s be honest, that’s what we all want!)So try something new this autumn, and head towards Rathmines for a little MARTucation! / Beccy Fitzpatrick

post

Blogger Del Digg Facebook Monster Myspace Stumble Twitter

Calendar (.ics)

Download


link


email

Gr_event_lecool_logo

October 23 2014

Nosaj_thing

where The Bernard Shaw, 11-12 South Richmond Street, Portobello, Dublin 2.
Location Map

when 9pm til late

how much Free

Thursday_22043_0

dj set

Nosaj Thing

"Clear some way folks. Make some room. Late festival booking coming through!" LA producer Nosaj Thing drops into the Shaw as part of the Beatyard Festival. His sounds are pensive and mercurial reminiscent of deep breathy cityscape swirls at nighttime. Yeah that last line was a bit spoofy but immerse yourself in a track like Fog and tell me otherwise. There's echoes of dearly departed electronic gems such as Plone and Pulseprogramming skittering over his sounds. He's produced tracks for hot to trots such as Kendrick Lamar, Kid Cudi and Chance the Rapper. He's dropping in from Budapest and off to Milan in the morning so yiz better make him feel at home tonight. A broody beauty a born. / Michael McDermott

post

Blogger Del Digg Facebook Monster Myspace Stumble Twitter

Calendar (.ics)

Download


link


email

Gr_event_lecool_logo

October 23 2014

Mavericks

where Theatre Upstairs, Above Lanigan’s Pub, Eden Quay, Dublin 1

when see link

how much €10

Thursday_22043_0

theatre

Mavericks

A play about two struggling actors struggling to write a play about two struggling actors struggling to write a play, Mavericks confuses you and makes you cringe just the right amount. Although they hit a little too close to home in their portrayal of the struggles of the jobless and terrified youth, you may just find yourself laughing till the bitter end. There are a plethora of bad accents (including one Tom Cruise/Chick Flick inspired monologue with Take My Breath Away amping up in the background), unsubtle digs at all levels of the Theatre Industry, and a slightly horrifying take on Burger King. The writers don’t spare themselves, or their realistically awkward real life friendship (complete with unrequited love), and all in all the show seems like it was written by two mates having a laugh, which it was. Or else they’re just great actors, in which case they’ve definitely got us fooled. / Olivia Rutter

post

Blogger Del Digg Facebook Monster Myspace Stumble Twitter

Calendar (.ics)

Download


link


email

Gr_event_lecool_logo

October 23 2014

Lunice2

where The Twisted Pepper, 54 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1.
Location Map

when 10:30 pm

how much €10

Thursday_22043_0

gig

Lunice

It’s probably fair to say that most of us wouldn’t have known who Lunice was if not for his Hudson Mohawk collaboration TNGHT. While the world waits with baited breath for the next offering, Lunice (and HudMo) are both working on tracks for respective albums. In the mean time, Lunice’s live shows are more than enough to tide us over. No stranger to diving out from the booth to mix it up with whoever is in the front row, his sets are not for the faint hearted. Comfortable playing to a room of 20 or to 2,000 (Just check out his London Boiler Room set), Lunice’s live shows are definitely for the party crowd. Expect Wakka Flocka, Juicy J, Chief Keef and Kanye edits. If Trap is dead, it certainly lives on in these live sets. Paired with his own tight and focused production, it’s a show that certainly not to be missed. / Jack Broughan

post

Blogger Del Digg Facebook Monster Myspace Stumble Twitter

Calendar (.ics)

Download


link


email

Gr_event_lecool_logo

October 23 2014

Blood630x420

where The Science Gallery, Trinity College, Pearse Street, Dublin 2
01 896 4091‎
Location Map

when 6pm-8pm

how much Free

Thursday_22043_0

exhibition

Blood

With All Hallows Eve approaching, global Ebola outbreak and pop culture’s obsession with all things vampire, never has there been a better time to delve into the most vital of crimson fluids. The definitive rhythm and pulse- a comrade of life and death, with the power to charm and repulse in equal measure. Through artistic, medical and scholastic mediums, the Science Gallery’s newest exhibition illustrates the blurred lines that exist between the colloquial and the scientific, as well as answering the all-important question: where can one get a decent Black Market Pudding round here? Not idyllic for the faint-hearted, nonetheless is it not about time we put the bloody taboo to bed? / Claire Mullane

post

Blogger Del Digg Facebook Monster Myspace Stumble Twitter

Calendar (.ics)

Download


link


email

Gr_event_lecool_logo

October 24 2014

Daddy

where Turk's Head, Turk's Head Parliament St. Dublin 2.

when 10pm - late

how much €8 before 11:30pm, €10 thereafter

Friday_22043_0

club night

AmsterDADDi XXX

DADDi is a turning out to be a very fun, well-attended gay night for Bears, their many, many sub-spieces (Otters, Cubs, Musclebears, Polar Bears etc.) and their numerous admirers. Tonight in the (bear) pit that is the Turk’s Head, the crew are hoping to turn up the heat, and lower the lights, to present AmsterDADDI XXX. Aiming to re-create the Dutch red-light leather bar vibe, there will be a “Wear What you Like” dresscode and Amsterdam’s own DJ Max Del Principe will be on hand to bang out Circuit-style house tunes. Expect bare chests and bear bellies. Also in the pipeline (ahem) is a sexy floor show from a visiting ‘adult entertainer’ Filipe Ferre and there will be plenty of drinks promos. You’ll have to postpone your hibernation for another weekend at least! Woof! / Mick Connell 

post

Blogger Del Digg Facebook Monster Myspace Stumble Twitter

Calendar (.ics)

Download


link


email

CLOSE

Overlay_title_login_en
CHOOSE A CITY

CLOSE

Overlay_title_login_en

We have sent you a confirmation email.
Please review your inbox to activate your account.
 

If you need any help contact us at any time!

CLOSE

Unsubscribe