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SINGER-SONG­WRITER Max Jury Róisín Dubh, Gal­way 9pm ¤12/¤10 roisin­ Also Sun, Dublin From ru­ral Des Moines, singer­song­writer Max Jury (right) is as much in­spired by Hank Wil­liams as Tom Waits and James Blake. Such in­flu­ences could scup­per fu­ture plans, but Jury takes things in his stride. The mu­sic is re­laxed, and is in­formed as much by a sense of hu­mour (Black Metal) as by wist­ful rev­erie (Change Your Mind for Me). TCL

CLUB An­drew Weather­all Twisted Pep­per, Dublin 10.30pm Adm free body­ton­ic­mu­ We’ve lost count of how many times Weather­all has vis­ited town and the num­ber of dif­fer­ent guises he’s had. His most re­cent col­lab­o­ra­tion was with Bat­tant’s Ti­mothy J Fair­play as The Aspho­dells, who re­leased the al­bum Ruled by Pas­sion, De­stroyed by Lust and also teamed up with Friendly Fires. Support tonight from Alle Far­ben (the Ger­man pro­ducer be­hind the al­bum Synes­the­sia – I Think in Colours), Barry Red­setta and the Body­tonic DJs. JC

THE­ATRE Brigit & Bai­le­gan­gaire

Olympia The­atre 6pm & 8pm Writ­ten 30 years apart, Tom Murphy’s plays are best taken to­gether in one un­in­ter­rupted sit­ting. Staged by Druid, his new play Brigit may serve as a pre­quel to the bril­liant Bai­le­gan­gaire, but it also works as an artis­tic self-por­trait, ob­sessed with truth while ne­glect­ing all else. That en­riches the mes­meric ex­pe­ri­ence of the Bai­le­gan­gaire, which, in Marie Mullen’s per­for­mance, edges to­wards some­thing oth­er­worldly. PC

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