THURS­DAY 27.10.16

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS -

SONG­WRITER/PRO­DUCER James Blake Olympia the­atre Dublin 8pm ¤37 tick­et­mas­ter.ie Be­gin­ning his im­mensely suc­cess­ful ca­reer six years ago as a song­writer, mu­si­cian and pro­ducer with a trio of dub­step EPs, Lon­doner James Blake has since ad­vanced into the up­per realms of pop mu­sic by col­lab­o­rat­ing with the likes of Bon Iver, Kanye West and Bey­oncé. Solo shows such as this, how­ever, dial down the fame quo­tient, and present Blake’s of­ten frag­ile and min­i­mal­ist mu­sic to good ef­fect. TCL HOUSE Eats Ev­ery­thing Car­bon Gal­way 10pm ¤12/¤11 face­book.com/NoirGal­way It’s been an­other busy year for Bris­tol pro­ducer and DJ Daniel Pearce aka Eat Ev­ery­thing. Pick of the bunch from his 2016 out­put for many would prob­a­bly be his thump­ing, sound sys­tem-both­er­ing re­work of Green Vel­vet’s clas­sic Flash. Pearce can add that to his re­leases for Claude Von Stroke’s Dir­ty­bird and his own Ed­i­ble la­bels and remixes for such blue-chip acts as Rudi­men­tal, Four Tet and Dis­clo­sure. Sup­port from the NOIR res­i­dents. JC ART House and home The Ar­chi­tec­ture Gallery, Ir­ish Ar­chi­tec­tural Archive, 45 Mer­rion Sq Oc­to­ber 27- March 31 The Ir­ish Ar­chi­tec­tural Archive, a na­tional trea­sure, marks its 40th birth­day – it was es­tab­lished by Dr Ed­ward McPar­land and Nicholas Robin­son – with a fas­ci­nat­ing ex­hi­bi­tion and pub­li­ca­tion built around 40 orig­i­nal ar­chi­tec­tural draw­ings span­ning res­i­den­tial pro­jects in Ire­land from the mid-18th cen­tury to the late-20th cen­tury, plus mod­els, pho­to­graphs and pub­li­ca­tions. The re­sult is a cross-sec­tion of both Ir­ish res­i­den­tial ar­chi­tec­ture in that time span - and the archive’s con­sid­er­able hold­ings. AD TRAD WITH A TWIST Cor­mac Be­g­ley St John’s Arts Cen­tre, Lis­towel 8pm ¤12/¤10 stjohn­sthe­atrelis­towel.com Be­g­ley’s ut­ter pos­ses­sion of the con­certina in all its forms from pic­colo to bari­tone and bass, ren­ders the in­stru­ment afresh, pro­pelled by the va­ri­ety of tones avail­able to him through this most mod­est of in­stru­ment fam­i­lies. Tonight he’s joined by the intriguing cel­list, clown and all-round wit, Rushad Eg­gle­ston for an evening of highly orig­i­nal mu­si­cal hi­jinks. SL CON­TEM­PO­RARY TRAD Cuar The Cube The­atre, NUIG 1pm Adm free nuigal­way.ie/artsi­n­ac­tion Any­one’s who’s been lucky enough to hear the jazz and min­i­mal­ist-in­flu­enced En­sem­ble Ériú will be cu­ri­ous to hear founder mem­bers Neil Ó Lochlainn and Matthew Ber­rill’s lat­est in­car­na­tion as a trio, with the hugely in­ven­tive fid­dle player, Aoife Ní Bhri­ain. This lunchtime con­cert is a per­fect op­por­tu­nity to take a peep be­hind the cur­tain at their shiny new col­lab­o­ra­tion. SL DIVA Car­men Lundy Opium Rooms, Wex­ford st., 7.30pm, ¤29.95/¤24.95, wavtick­ets.ie US jazz singer Car­men Lundy (above) be­gan her ca­reer in New York in the late 1970s with the leg­endary Thad Jones/Mel Lewis orches­tra and she has been keep­ing sim­i­larly ex­alted com­pany ever since. She ar­rives in Dublin this week with a top-notch band that in­cludes ex- Tonight Show drum­mer Marvin ‘Smitty’ Smith and ris­ing pi­anist Victor Gould. CL

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