SATUR­DAY 25.10.14

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - THE TICKET SEVEN DAYS - IMMA Dublin 7.30pm ¤39.50 bodyand­ Jim Car­roll SL Opera House 8pm ¤25 cork­op­er­a­ Tony Clayton-Lea St Pa­trick’s Gate­way Cen­tre 9pm ¤15/¤12 TCL Project Cube Oct 25 11am, 1pm,

BALL Shapeshifters’ Ball A new ad­di­tion to the Body & Soul menu to go with the col­lec­tive’s mid­sum­mer fes­ti­val in Co West­meath and the al­ter­na­tive uni­verse at the Elec­tric Pic­nic. Acts such as Young Fa­thers, Tim Sheri­dan, East In­dia Youth, Alex Do, Loah, Si­mon Bird, Téada and oth­ers will bring a touch of the gothic to IMMA. Nat­u­rally, there’s also a fine ar­ray of other attractions, in­clud­ing open-air opera and fancy dress cour­tesy of the Abbey The­atre’s wardrobe depart­ment. TRA­DI­TIONAL Mike McGoldrick Quar­tet Manch­ester-born and Ca­per­cail­lie veteran McGoldrick’s pip­ing, flute and whis­tle play­ing, not to men­tion his tune com­po­si­tions, have set him apart. Tonight’s billing at the Sligo Live fes­ti­val prom­ises to be some­thing very spe­cial, with Dezi Don­nelly on fid­dle, Ed Boyd on gui­tar and John Joe Kelly on bodhrán. IN­DIE The Frank and Wal­ters Cork in­die favourites (right) cel­e­brate 25 years in the biz they call show. Ex­pect brightly coloured shirts and ties, and re­silient pop-in­die tunes such as After All and Fash­ion Cri­sis Hits New York. Spe­cial guests in­clude The Rene­gade Brass Band. As part of Guin­ness Cork Jazz Fes­ti­val. CULT Lee Ranaldo Sonic Youth gui­tarist in South-east Ire­land? Why weren’t we in­formed of this months ago? An ex­tremely rare op­por­tu­nity to see a bona fide alt.rock star per­form a solo acous­tic show in an in­ti­mate venue? Beam me up, Scotty! As part of Imag­ine Arts Fes­ti­val. THE­ATRE The Vam­pire with No Teeth (and other sto­ries) As part of the In­ter­na­tional Con­cert Se­ries, Peru­vian op­er­atic tenor Juan Diego Flórez per­forms a se­lec­tion of French and Ital­ian arias. aided by the RTÉ Con­cert Orches­tra and con­duc­tor Se­bas­tian Rolli.

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