FRI­DAY 26.09.14

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - THE TICKET SEVEN DAYS - Tony Clayton-Lea Var­i­ous times/ticket prices/venues Un­til Thurs­day TCL Peter Craw­ley Siob­hán Long SL Lime­light, Belfast. 9pm, £8/£6, rbma.ie Jim Car­roll JC

FES­TI­VAL Cough­lan’s Live 2014 Fea­tur­ing gigs (some free) by Anna Mitchell, Booka Brass Band, Jerry Fish, Mick Flan­nery (sold-out), RSAG, Hot Sprock­ets, Adrian Crow­ley, Wal­lis Bird, and our good if ubiq­ui­tous friends, Spe­cial Guests.

PROTEST FOLK

Dick Gaughan

Scot­tish singer-song­writer Dick Gaughan shares cre­ative and cere­bral space with the likes of Billy Bragg and Christy Moore. THE­ATRE Ham­let

Wild, whirling and thrillingly un­pre­dictable, Thomas Oster­meier’s pro­duc­tion is a lot like its pro­tag­o­nist. You could ar­gue that Shake­speare’s play was al­ways a kind of tragi­com­edy, and here this Ham­let pur­sues vengeance, lu­dic wit and per­for­mance art in a court fes­ter­ing with cor­rup­tion. EX­PER­I­MEN­TAL Caoimhín Ó Raghal­laigh and Dan True­man have let sparks fly on their de­but col­lab­o­ra­tion Laghdú. See re­view, page 13. Just one act in this di­verse fes­ti­val. COL­LAB­O­RA­TION Dirk Pow­ell, Bren­dan Glee­son, Michael Mc Goldrick and Fran­cis Gaffney Mu­sic from Ken­tucky to Ire­land via the Louisiana bay­ous. Dirk Pow­ell is a mu­si­cal force to be reck­oned with; here he’s joined by ac­tor Bren­dan Glee­son, Man­cu­nian piper, flute and whis­tle player Michael McGoldrick and gui­tarist/singer Fran­cis Gaffney. CLUB RBMA Belfast The pick of the week­end’s Belfast jump-off for the Red Bull Mu­sic Academy fea­tures a thump­ing triple-decker tonight in the shape of Skream’s Ol­lie Jones, Spe­cial Re­quest’s Paul Woolford and the leg­endary Chez Damier. CLUB Satoshi Tomiie Here’s a throw­back to a dif­fer­ent era en­tirely. Once upon a time, Ja­pan house don Satoshi Tomiie (be­low) was a fix­ture on the su­per­star DJ cir­cuit. Now re­turn­ing to the game after a spell away work­ing in his stu­dio on new re­leases, this is a night for any­one who re­mem­bers Tomiie’s Red Box thrillers of old.

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