Fringe queen LIM­ER­ICK MON­AGHAN

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - GOING OUT -

Cel­e­brat­ing the re­lease of their sec­ond al­bum, All We Are, O.R.B. play an all ages head­line show. Pre­pare for fun and games. Olympia The­atre 8pm 120 olympia.ie

Kate’s Party

Ir­ish punk/pop band - they have the songs, the mu­si­cal weight, the t-shirts. Go get ‘em. Grand So­cial 8pm 15 the­grand­so­cial.ie

The Num­ber Ones

Dublin-based band launch their self-ti­tled punk/pop de­but al­bum. Spe­cial

TIGER FRINGE DUBLIN Meet­ing House Sq, Dublin, var­i­ous days/times/ prices fringe­fest.com

New spon­sor, new vibe? What­ever the an­swer, there’s very de­cent mu­sic on of­fer, from straight-ahead gigs to mu­sic as fil­tered through turnta­bles (DJ Kor­mac, guests in­clude So Cow, and Sissy. Bello Bar, Por­to­bello 7.30pm 18

Bree Har­ris Band

Stylish, sub­tle blues/soul singer. JJ Smyth’s 9pm 110 jjs­myths.com

Nik Ker­shaw

1980’s UK pop star con­tin­ues his solo, up-close­and-per­sonal Ir­ish tour. Dolan’s Ware­house 9pm 120 dolans.ie Also Sat, Dublin

Har­vest Time Blues 2014

The an­nual blues fes­ti­val that keeps on giv­ing - acts per­form­ing over tonight), in­stal­la­tion (turn­ing Sa­muel Beck­ett Bridge into one gi­ant, flippin’ harp) on Satur­day and the­atre (Maud in Ca­hoots present The Well Rested Ter­ror­ist ) on Tues­day. Mean­while, Sun­day pro­vides a multi-me­dia ex­pe­ri­ence when Tanya Ta­gaq per­forms along­side the 1922 silent movie, Nanook of the North. Wed­nes­day says a big wel­come back to Ir­ish singer Nina Hynes, whose alt.pop col­lec­tive Danc­ing Suns shares time, space and choco­late brown­ies with Ir­ish elec­tronic act, I Am the Cos­mos. And Thurs­day sees Camille O’Sul­li­van (above), one of Ire­land’s most ac­com­plished in­ter­pre­tive singers, take to the stage and

Marissa Nadler

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