productions and remixes which are perfectly pitched and finely tuned for the kind of house music in vogue at the moment. on dancefloors and radio airwaves. Check his Knee Deep In Sound mix album from late last year for a taste of his deep, emotional sound with its rubs of classic house and tech. TRAD Anne Marie O’Farrell Partnering an instrument, musician and venue with an ear and eye to detail is tricky, but this final concert in the current Irish Composers series features the beautiful harp playing of Anne Marie O’Farrell (on both pedal and Irish harps). O’Farrell has proven herself as both a performer and composer, as her recent recordings with Cormac de Barra have attested. THEATRE A Boy Called Nedd A lot has been happening for Theatre Upstairs, the modest theatre space devoted to new writing on the Liffey. Recently it refurbished its auditorium, switched its main agenda from lunchtime slots to evening performances, and welcomed the young company Bitter Like a Lemon as artists in residence. Following Lee Coffey’s Peruvian Voodoo, an over-amped monologue play from Mark O’Rowe’s blueprint, comes something more earth-bound, Emily Gillmor Murphy’s play about a teenager trying to cope with his brother’s suicide in an age of internet virality. Karl Shiels directs. ART Product Recall It’s a neat idea for a group show. Curator Anne Mullee marshalls four artists, Damien Flood, Veronica Forsgren, Tom Watt and Sarah Baker, whose work takes on the idea of products gone bad, expanding the concept into ideas of defunct belief systems, dysfunction in general and consumerist culture.