SATUR­DAY 30.09.17

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS - Fum­bally Sta­bles, ¤12/¤20 LB

EP LAUNCH Car­riages

This gig is a dou­ble de­light. Not only will Car­riages be launch­ing their Move­ment EP, it is also the de­but re­lease from Home­beat’s brand new record la­bel Home­beat Presents… Tick­ets are ¤12, but for ¤20, you can also get a copy of the 10” vinyl designed by Nooneboy. Fum­bally Sta­bles al­ways makes for an in­ti­mate gig so get ready to be up close and per­sonal with Car­riages boys Harry and Aaron. The free af­ter­party is happening in The Bernard Shaw. Con­sider your Satur­day night sorted.

TRADITIONAL The Ace and Deuce of Pip­ing

Lib­erty Hall, Dublin, 8pm, ¤25/¤20/¤60 (fam­ily) Broad­caster Áine Hensey MCs this year’s gala gath­er­ing of mu­si­cians, hosted by Na Píobairí Uil­leann, to cel­e­brate the grand sweep of the uil­leann pipes. This year’s pro­gramme fea­tures Brian McNa­mara, The Dublin Lasses, Pipers Union, Ed­wina Guck­ian, John Tuohy, Seán Ó Sé, Bryan O’Leary & Colm Guil­foyle. SL

ART Water Colour So­ci­ety of Ire­land

The Con­course, County Hall, Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin, Un­til Oct 1 wa­ter­colour­so­ci­ety­ofire­ The Water Colour So­ci­ety of Ire­land was founded back in 1870 and, in the years since, its an­nual ex­hi­bi­tion show­cases all the won­der­ful things this del­i­cate and tricky medium can pro­duce. Sure you can have a lit­tle sweep­stakes with your friends guessti­mat­ing the number of pic­tures of Florence and Venice, but you can also en­joy some se­ri­ously strong works of art. Aine Di­vine, who wowed on Sky’s Por­trait Artist of the Year, is an award win­ner here (in­clud­ing He­lena, left), and there’s a lot more to see be­sides. Move fast though, this ex­hi­bi­tion closes at lunchtime on Sun­day. GT

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