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HAPPENINGS:

Tuesday, 28th May, 2019 7:00pm
HAPPENINGS:

Dublin cover band DB Sound Collective

HAPPENINGS:

Dublin cover band DB Sound Collective

DB Sound Collective 

Popular Dublin cover band DB Sound Collective will be playing a special Ladies’ Mini Marathon After Party gig in Tamangos Nightclub, Portmarnock on Sunday June 2 from 10pm. 

The band, which comprises Kim Geleman on vocals, Killian Feehan on vocals, guitar, harmonica and ukulele, Karen McCauley on keyboard, violin and backing vocals, Colm Ennis on bass and Andre Falci on drums, covers classic pop, rock, folk, reggae and country songs to satisfy all tastes. Their full two hour set will followed by DJ Ken playing all the hits (from the ‘80s to ‘00s) till the late hours. For tickets visit: https://www.eventbrite.ie/o/tamango-nightclub-14838676696.

Charity gig 

A charity gig will take place at the Grange Woodbine Centre, Raheny on Friday, May 31, starting at 7.30pm. 

The event will be hosted by local band, ‘Weather Underground’, and is in aid of the charity Cycle Against Suicide. Other bands and artists will be performing on the night. The cost is only €5 and can be paid at the door on the night. 

Eyes down for bingo

Bingo takes place at the Raheny GAA Clubhouse, 2 All Saints’ Road every Thursday, from 8.15pm to 10.15pm. 

Always a fun night out, you might just return home with a few euro more than you went out with!

Contact bingo@rahenygaa.ie or phone 01-8313530 from 7.30pm to 10pm for more details.

Caricatures - An exhibition of Faces

Irish Caricaturist Ray Sherlock has an exhibition showcasing a selection of his humourous and topical renditions of famous faces at The Red Bank 1736 Tavern.

Sherlock is one of Ireland’s top caricature artists and his work has featured regularly in the media. His work is also available at Balla Bán Art Gallery in the Westbury Mall. 

The Red Bank 1736 Tavern is located in a historic building just off Grafton Street and has been carefully restored to how it would have looked when it was first establishes in 1736. 

The exhibition opens on May 30.

Appropriate 

Appropriate is the darkly comic tale of finding love in rural Ireland, and a bride that flees her own reception…Sorcha loves weddings. Just like the other girls in the parish, she’s been dying for her own day since forever and ever. The thing is, she has just run away from her own reception. It opens on May 28 and plays until June 8 at Bewley’s Café Theatre. See  www.bewleyscafetheatre

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