THE Vul­ture

The Mail crit­ics’ pick of the week’s must-see events

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ON SOUND MU­SIC CUR­RENT 2017

DUBLIN SOUND LAB is promis­ing three days of elec­tronic sounds from the best Ir­ish and in­ter­na­tional artists. This year’s line up fea­tures Ir­ish so­prano El­iz­a­beth Hil­liard, com­poser Christo­pher Fox, Ger­man en­sem­ble KLANK, plus a spe­cial clos­ing con­cert by all those in­volved in the fes­ti­val.

Smock Al­ley Theatre, April 27–29, tick­ets €15/10 from smock­alley.com

ON STAGE JENNY GREENE

MORE or­ches­tral ma­noeu­vres from the 2FM DJ and the RTE Con­cert Orches­tra. Jenny put an or­ches­tral twist on some 90s club clas­sics at last year’s Elec­tric Pic­nic and since then has been in big de­mand. Ex­pect vi­o­lins — and a bit of In­som­nia — at their big­gest show yet. ÷ 3Arena, Dublin, tonight, tick­ets from €49.50 at tick­et­mas­ter.ie

ON TOUR BRUNO MARS

IF YOU’RE an Up­town Funk fan then you won’t want to miss the only two Ir­ish dates Bruno Mars is do­ing here. The Marry You singer will per­form some of his chart-top­ping romps plus tracks from his lat­est al­bum 24K Magic. Pricey tick­ets, but Bruno puts on a stormer of a show.

April 29&30, 3Arena, Dublin, tick­ets from €92, tick­et­mas­ter.ie

ON VERSE PO­ETRY DAY IRE­LAND

THIS is a day to cel­e­brate an art form the Ir­ish are par­tic­u­larly good at. This year’s theme is Po­etry Con­nects, and every­one is in­vited to join in and con­nect through the power of po­etry. As well as free events around the coun­try, there will be live read­ings on Face­book fea­tur­ing Snow Pa­trol’s Gary Light­body and Joe Bi­den.

Na­tion­wide, April 27, po­et­ry­day.ie

ON SCREEN BANFF MOUN­TAIN FILM FES­TI­VAL

IDEAL for out­doorsy types and per­fect for all the fam­ily, the Banff Moun­tain Film Fes­ti­val World Tour is an un­for­get­table evening of ad­ven­ture films. View­ers can ex­pect some epic scenery and mind-blow­ing ad­ven­tures on screen. ÷ Na­tional Con­cert Hall, Dublin, May 9, tick­ets €14.50 from nch.ie

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