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  • Entertainment


Tuesday, 3rd September, 2019 7:00pm

Keith Barry


Keith Barry

Keith Barry

Keith Barry and his ‘Deception’ Show is coming to Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel, Killiney, on Friday, September 6. Tickets for the final date in his show tour, which blurs the lines between reality and deception, are priced at €30 each.  As part his show, Keith will explore mind control, brainwashing, subliminal messaging, cults and every form of deception imaginable.


Fresh from a critically acclaimed debut at Vault Festival in London, Oisín McKenna’s Admin makes its Irish premiere at the Project Arts Centre as part of Dublin Fringe Festival.

McKenna turns his attention in Admin to the relationship between class, capitalism and health in a searing and timely look at contemporary urban life. His satirical look at the challenges posed by emigration, housing, and capitalism has been electrifying audiences and it receives its Irish premiere at Dublin Fringe Festival from September 6 to 15 in Cube, Project Arts Centre. Tickets from €11 from

To Hell in a Handbag

While others are preoccupied with cucumber sandwiches and railway cloakrooms, two minor characters from The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde are up to their necks in something else.

To Hell in a Handbag is a subversively funny new take on an Irish comedy classic.

It runs until September 7 in Bewley’s Café Theatre.

Festival of Food

Airfield’s Festival of Food is back on Saturday, September 7, from 9.30am.

It’s an extravaganza of artisan food, cookery, gardening, workshops, wellness, live music and kids’ play in the beautiful surroundings of Airfield Estate.

Visitors are encouraged to use public transport to get to the festival as there’s limited parking at €5 per car available on a first come, first served basis.

For full details see

Food and Craft Market

Experience the ambiance of the Food and Craft Market in the Farmyard behind the Farmleigh Gallery in Farmleigh House, Phoenix Park.

The market offers visitors a wide variety of products. Come try the delightful treats, award winning cheeses, organic vegetables, meats, and so much more!

Markets take place on the first Sunday of the month and the next one is this Sunday, September 8, from 10am.

Nepal-Ireland Day

Nepal Ireland Day is taking place from 11am-5pm on Sunday September 8, at Farmleigh, Phoenix Park to promote the Visit Nepal 2020 campaign and celebrate the friendship between the two countries.

The day will include a cultural program with performances from both Nepalese and Irish artists. The event will also feature an electronic photo exhibition of photographs taken by Irish tourists, Nepalese Handicraft Stalls, Travel Agencies and Airlines Stalls and various other activities and performances.

Fingal Fleadh

THE third annual Fingal Fleadh will see Swords Castle and Main Street host a four-day, free-of-charge festival of craíc agus ceol.

Swords Castle will be the key venue for the event, which runs from Thursday to Sunday, September 5-8, with free concerts featuring The Kilfenora Céilí Band, Ulaid, Liam O’Maonlai, Moya Brennan & Cormac de Barra, John Spillane, The Dixie Micks, Meath Beo and many more.

For all the latest information, follow Fingal Fleadh & Fair on Facebook or Twitter. For any queries email

Bleeding Pig Film Festival

The Bleeding Pig Film Festival will take place in Keelings of Donabate from Monday to Wednesday, September 9-11.

This year it wraps up its two nights of impressive short films with new Irish
feature film ‘Float Like a Butterfly’ on the third night.

Full details and trailers for all films can be found at

Ordinary Days

The Rising Theatre Company presents ‘Ordinary Days’ at the Boys’ School, Smock Alley Theatre, Exchange Street Lower, Temple Bar, Dublin 8 from September 5-7.

From one of musical theatre’s most exciting new composers, ‘Ordinary Days’ is a refreshingly honest and funny musical about making real connections in the city that never sleeps (but probably should at some point.) Tickets €18/€15 student/OAP/unwaged

For more information visit

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