WED­NES­DAY 18.11.15

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POP-UP JAZZ CLUB Strut The Im­pro­vised Mu­sic Com­pany stages a guerilla ac­tion in the Abbey this week, turn­ing the Pea­cock stage into a pop-up jazz club that, over four days,will push the jazz en­ve­lope in all di­rec­tions: funky Dan­ish or­gan trio Ibrahim Elec­tric (right) get things groov­ing on Wed­nes­day night; fast-ris­ing vo­cal­ist Lau­ren Kin­sella’s Blue-Eyed Hawk bring their many-hued sounds to Thurs­day’s cur­tain raiser; and then three tal­ented Guil­foyles and guest­ing Aus­trian trum­peter rent said cur­tain in twain with a scorch­ing late show. Con­tin­ues next week. HOME­COM­ING U2 In which the In­no­cence + Ex­pe­ri­ence tour fi­nally makes it home. Now tweaked to what is, by all ac­counts, a stream­lined, seam­less whole, this is U2’s first of­fi­cial in­door show in Ire­land since late De­cem­ber 1989 (when they played The Point). And, of course, as if we needed re­mind­ing, they are in Dublin next week – Novem­ber 23rd, 24th, 27th and 28th. TWIN PEEK In Dreams: David Lynch Re­vis­ited Making its de­but in Ire­land, this is a live homage to mu­sic and songs from di­rec­tor David Lynch’s film and tele­vi­sion work. Mu­si­cal di­rec­tor David Coul­ter over­sees Jehnny Beth (Sav­ages), Stu­art Sta­ples (Tin­der­sticks), Mick Har­vey (ex-Bad Seeds), Conor O’Brien (Vil­lagers), Cibo Matto, Steal­ing Sheep, and mor, in a unique show that has been ac­claimed from Aus­tralia to the UK. Unmissable?

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