At a loss for what to do this weekend? Want to go out but don’t know what’s on? Sure Nova has you covered! We’ve picked out the best bits.
If you’re lucking enough to have a tickets to Eddie Vedder’s SOLD OUT concert tonight at the 3Arena we hope you have a great night! For those of you with no plans this weekend, sure we have a few suggestions for you!
Declan O’Rourke plays the Mill Theatre in Dundrum tonight at 8 pm. He’ll be play some material from across is career as well as a few new tracks. Tickets €20/€22.
New play Cyclops is at the New Theatre in Temple Bar at the moment. It’s a play full of drunkenness, song, history, infidelity and the everlasting question of who belongs where. By Peter Reid, adapted from Ulysses by James Joyce. Tickets €12.50/€16. From 7.30pm
Kildare band Bunoscionn take to the stage at the Bowery in Rathmines tonight. With their own take on traditional and folk music from 11pm tonight. It should be good craic and entry is FREE!
The hit musical Evita is at the Bord Gais on Saturday evening. Featuring some of the most iconic songs in musical theatre, including Don’t Cry For Me Argentina and On This Night of a Thousand Stars, you’ll be trying your best not to sing along! Tickets €20/55. From 7.30pm
For a few laughs, check out ‘Ireland A Survivor’s Guide’ at the International Bar. The 5 star Tripadvisor-rated comedy sketch show is a rollercoaster guide to Irish people, culture and customs. Tickets €8/€10. From 1 pm, runs until Friday
Be My Baby – The Phil Spector Story is at the Sugar Club on Saturday night. You may have heard them on Morning Glory this morning. Pure talent. This will be a good night!! A tale of tragedy and pure genius. Focusing in the first half on the Spector studio sessions, a live band perform some timeless musical moments. Tickets €15. From 7.30pm
For Something a bit Different
The Gaudette Singers perform The Owl and the Pussycat at the Freemasons’ Hall. We’re curious to check it out based on the venue alone! The singers are returning with memories of childhood and a different programme centered on John Rutter’s Five Childhood Lyrics. From 8pm. Tickets €5/€15.
Dublin’s Gay Men’s Chorus are celebrating their 5th birthday! The choir will be entertaining audiences with a selection of favourites from years gone by, contemporary pop tunes, classical hymns, musical theatre delights at St Stephen’s Green Church. Tickets via Eventbrite. From 6.30 pm
Whatever you end up doing with your weekend, we hope you have a good one!
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