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ART Camille Souter Em­met Theatre, Arts Build­ing, Trinity Col­lege Dublin 2pm (reg­is­tra­tion from 1pm)

A sym­po­sium in hon­our of the re­doubtable Camille Souter (right), and an ex­hi­bi­tion of her work from TCD’s col­lec­tion, cu­rated by Catherine Gil­trap (in the Arts Build­ing un­til Au­gust 28th). Catherine Mar­shall, Ce­cily Bren­nan, Gar­rett Cormi­can, Christina Kennedy, Pa­trick T Mur­phy and Yvonne Scott will speak at the event. AD


Thin Air Crane Lane Theatre, Cork 8.30pm Adm free cranelan­ethe­ Founded less than two years ago in Belfast, The Thin Air mag­a­zine and web­site fo­cuses on all ar­eas of pop cul­ture. Now branch­ing out to Cork, this launch fea­tures mu­sic from The Vin­cent(s), Hope Is Noise and Jonny Rep. The launch Cork is­sue, mean­while, fea­tures Cork psych-rock­ers The Al­tered Hours on the cover. TCL


Al­beiz Trio

Mer­maid Arts Cen­tre, Bray, Co Wick­low 8pm ¤16/¤14 mer­maid­arts­cen­ Serendip­ity has played a large part in bring­ing to­gether a trio of fine mu­si­cians: harpist Laoise Kelly, fid­dle player Tola Custy and flute/whis­tle player Cor­mac Breat­neach. The three played for the first time to­gether last sum­mer at a Basque fes­ti­val (hence their cho­sen ti­tle). All have a rep­u­ta­tion for in­ven­tion and an ap­petite for new hori­zons, so ex­pect a cache of sur­prises on

this, their first of­fi­cial con­cert on home turf. Siob­hán Long


Kid­nap Kid Cyprus Av­enue, Cork 10.30pm ¤15/¤13 face­ kid­nap­kid The re­cent buzz around pop­house turned out to be a good thing for Matt Rel­ton. The Sh­effield-born pro­ducer grew up as a drum’n’bass fiend, but his move to more house-based pro­duc­tions paid off with tracks such as Vehl and So Close get­ting a lot of at­ten­tion. But while many of his peers have thrown their hat squarely at the pop charts, Rel­ton has other ideas, and last year’s Stronger show­cased a pro­ducer keen to make dark, moody, dra­matic dance­floor cuts. JC CLUB In­ter­na­tional Motts Day Party

Sugar Club, Dublin 10pm ¤12/¤10/¤8 the­sug­ar­ Girl Crew Dublin team up with Dis­cotekken to mark their first birth­day as well as In­ter­na­tional Women’s Day 2015. It’s a crack­ing line-up for the col­lec­tive that came to­gether via a Face­book group, with live sets from Bitch Fal­con, But­ter and Feather, as well as DJs sets from To­day FM’s Kelly-Ann Byrne, DIP’s Cait Fa­hey and oth­ers. Let’s hope they’ve also in­vited Girl Crew icon Mary Robin­son to the ball. JC

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