Akala, is an English rapper, poet and academic. Originally from Kentish Town, London, his older sister is rapper/vocalist Ms. Dynamite. In 2006, he was voted the Best Hip Hop Act at the MOBO Awards.
Cocktails, Pizzas, Prosecco & table service... limited to 150 tickets for screening
After ten years of making music, Croatian hip hop artist Kandžija released his first studio album Nema Labavo, accompanied by his band Gole Žene (Naked chicks). In order to promote his new album, they played in Zagreb’s biggest club Tvornica Kulture (Culture factory). Together they formed a great combination of the most brutally honest and witty lyrics with the eclectic, hardcore sound of Gole žene. Today they are one of the most important hip hop acts in the balkans.
A free one-off comedy show from Jason Byrne to celebrate the launch of his hilarious memoir, Adventures of a Wonky-Eyed Boy: The Short-Arse Years.
"It’s the sound of a songwriter who’s very in touch with his own ability and comfortable in his own skin" – Zane Low
We're in our 7th year of celebrating the Mexican Dead Of The Dead with cabaret, performance and comedy, which comes from a pre Christian Mexican tradition of dancing with death by celebrating life to it's fullest.
The album that brought us BLACK DOG, ROCK AND ROLL, WHEN THE LEVEE BREAKS and of course, STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN turns 45 this year. Marking this milestone birthday, WHOLE LOTTA ZEPP will perform it, live and in full.
The Circle Sessions is a not-for-profit performance collective based in Dublin, established in February 2014. We are known embracing the individual’s creative talent and nurturing through advice and respect, in small intimate venues.
On his debut album Wild Is... Graham explores elements of jazz, blues, classical and alternative contemporary. The avant-garde, almost vaudevillian, presentation underlies themes of evolution and transformation which define the work
Jim Carroll (The Irish Times) will be hosting a 'Banter' discussion with a panel from our 'Fantasy 12' exhibition, on Saturday 15th October.
For two decades Hot Club of Cowtown have been setting stages ablaze with their intoxicating blend of jaw-dropping virtuosity and down-home melodies, weaving together country, ragtime, big band jazz and blues to awesome effect.
It’s been an astonishing couple of years for Manchester based trio GoGo Penguin (drummer Rob Turner, double bassist Nick Blacka and pianist Chris Illingworth). Their trademark mash-up of minimalist piano themes, deeply propulsive bass lines and electronica-inspired drums has seen them shortlisted for the Mercury Prize and fuelled their exhilarating live shows from Manchester to Montreal and Paris to London.
Sun 04.12 / 07.00pm