For the first time in world history, Owen is taking his thoughts and opinions to the stage, covering his favourite topics from Crows and Ronda Rousey to Milfs and Fighting with a little something extra just to say thanks for coming.
The Concert will also feature the debut performance of Ardú A Cappella Chorus, a brand new initiative of young a cappella singers from throughout Ireland. Audience prizewinners from Ireland's A Cappella Competition 2017, Vocal Point, will also perform on the night. As part of the 2018 Irish International A Cappella Festival, Ardú are launching their first full album in two years, featuring music arranged by Ollie Lambert, Jon Smith and Ardú director Ciarán Kelly!
After five years of touring across 34 cities in 11 countries, David Owens has gained a reputation as one of the top street musicians in Europe. Regularly drawing massive crowds with his small grand piano and his big smile. He is bringing his unique brand of intimate piano playing and emotive singing combined with a cheeky humour and honest story telling to the Sugarclub for one night only.
As the title suggests, the gig will include the songs from her EP, plus plenty of ‘other stuff’! Along with a few well-known tunes, Caroline’s love of Musical Theatre will be evident in much of the set-list with songs from the West End and Broadway, as well as some premier performances of songs from the new original Irish musical she is writing.
Vibraphonist/vocalist Roy Ayers is among the best-known, most loved and respected jazz/R&B artist on the music-scene today.
Chris Dave was born in Houston, Texas and began his music career in the late 1980s. He started out by playing in church and credits jazz music as his strongest influence. He states that although his father plays drums, he has never actually seen him play. As a teenager, he was exposed to jazz legends like Miles Davis and John Coltrane when listening to music with his father. Chris Dave blossomed on the drums, eventually graduating from Houston’s prestigious High School for the Performing and Visual Arts.
Director Jonathan Demme captures the frantic energy and artsy groove of Talking Heads in this concert movie shot at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in 1983.
From the talk-box space funk of 'Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger' to future disco of 'One More Time', from the sexy filter house of 'High Life' to the robotic syncopated 'Short Circuit'... Robot Rock have done their homework;) and have lovingly recreated the sounds and using vintage, analog synths and modern VST technology.
We. Can. Not. Wait to see Alanis Morissette play in the Iveagh Gardens on Thursday 5th of July. Straight after the gig, we'll be heading right around the corner to The Sugar Club for a midnight sing along to Jagged Little Pill. In its entirety.
The Soul Tree is a one-day music festival taking place on Friday, 6th July, presented by Oíche Events and hosted by The Sugar Club. The festival will present a range of Irish and international Soul acts, tapping into a variety of styles including Soul, R&B, Reggae, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Afro-Funk, Neo-Soul and more.
A Brooklyn teenager feels his only chance to succeed is as the king of the disco floor. His carefree youth and weekend dancing help him to forget the reality of his bleak life.
With its unwavering determination to poke fun at anything and everything Ireland has experienced in the last few years this show is a must for anyone with an adventurous and sometimes wicked sense of humour. Lady Windermere’s Fan premieres in The Sugar Club Leeson St Dublin 2 on Mon 9th of July before embarking on its nationwide tour.
Soul Brass Band is exactly what it needs to be: a great New Orleans Brass Band steeped in tradition that also plays the perfect party. Day after day in New Orleans, this all-star lineup is called upon for its top-flight traditional Brass Band repertoire and Second line Parades; and then night after night, they’re called upon again for front-man Derrick Freeman’s signature brass band infusion of classic Soul.
Join us as we dive head first into the delicious delirium and devilish delights of The Rocky Horror Picture Show Summer Sizzler
The Ramparts are an all-male Dublin based a cappella group set up in Feb 2016 by Ruaidhrí Ó Dálaigh.
Since first arriving on the Canadian scene at the turn of the millenium, the Souljazz Orchestra has never stopped pushing the limits of its signature sound: an explosive clash of Soul, Jazz, Afro, Latin and Caribbean styles, unleashed by blaring majestic horns, dusty vintage keyboards, and an arsenal of earthquaking percussion.
Join us for the World Cup Final 2018
Irish singers Glenn Murphy and Ronan Scolard aka Glenn&Ronan shot to viral video fame with their spur of the moment collaboration on a YouTube tribute to Adele ahead of her shows in Dublin in 2016.