TRA­DI­TIONAL

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SIOBHÁNLONG SUN­DAY 15 DOWNINTHECITY

The Sugar Club, Lee son Street 7.30 pm ¤25 the­sug­ar­club.com En­tic­ingly billed as an op­por­tu­nity to re­claim your Sun­day evenings, this newly-minted se­ries of three monthly con­certs of­fers “an al­ter­na­tive Sun­day ser­vice” with some finely-tuned pro­gram­ming to match. Tonight’s guests are the ever young Scul­lion, The Gloam­ing’s sublime singer Iarla Ó Lionáird and poet Paula Mee­han. Praise be.

WEDNESDAY18 BR Í DH AR PER, TONY O’ CON­NELL AND CYRIL O’ DO NO G HUE

St John’ s Theatre, List ow el, Co Kerry 8 pm ¤12 st johns theatre list ow el. com The finer points of Done­gal fid­dle mu­sic couldn’t find a bet­ter ex­po­nent than Bríd Harper, whose play­ing is ex­em­pli­fied by a rich at­ten­tion to de­tail. Tonight she’s joined by con­certina player Tony O’Con­nell, a west Lim­er­ick mu­si­cian now res­i­dent in Kerry, and gui­tarist/bouzouki player Cyril O’Donoghue.

THE CLÉCLUB

Lib­erty Hall, Dublin 7.30 pm ¤5 cle­club.wet­paint.com Fran­cis Devine de­liv­ers the Hugh Ger­aghty Me­mo­rial Il­lus­trated Talk, the fo­cus of which is Jim Con­nell: Songs of Hope & Strug­gle. Noel Po­cock, fear a’ tí, will keep or­der on the evening’s pro­ceed­ings.

THURS­DAY 19 NOTES & NAR­RA­TIVES

NaPío ba iríUil le ann, Hen­ri­etta Street, Dublin8pm¤10/¤5pipers.ie This monthly lec­ture/recital se­ries con­tin­ues tonight with a lec­ture from Bernard Fla­herty ti­tled Ir­ish dance mu­sic, rhythms of an­other gen­er­a­tion? An in­trigu­ing in­ter­ro­ga­tion of the con­text in which our tra­di­tional dance orig­i­nated and of the space it oc­cu­pies now.

FRIDAY20 PA­TRICK BERG IN, HANK WED EL TRIAD AND RONÁNÓS NOD AIGH

DC Mu­sic Club, Cam­den Row, Dublin 9pm¤16/¤14mu­si­clee.ie Amer­i­can singer/song­writer, now res­i­dent in Cork, Hank Wedel re­sumes his col­lab­o­ra­tion with ac­tor Pa­trick Ber­gin for a night of rau­cous

mer­ry­mak­ing, aided and abet­ted by Kíla’s Ronán Ó Sn­odaigh, whose pres­ence will surely add fur­ther mis­chief to what was al­ready a rap­scal­lion’s de­light of a night.

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