Easter Sunday event , Dublin Afrobeat Ensemble to perform with support from Manden Express, Truth & Souls DJ Akalepse & IZEM
Following on from last year’s sold-out show, Levon Helm, drummer and vocalist with the legendary Americana act, The Band will once again be celebrated by a gathering of stellar musicians on his second anniversary April 19.
Brown Coats Assemble!
Discotekken present Linotype: The Film (Screening) w/ Q & A
The Burlesque & Cabaret Social Club is a must for lovers of burlesque, cabaret, vaudeville and all things vintage.
An Irish government commission of enquiry into institutions responsible for cruel and inhumane treatment of children is in session. In the foyer, James X, one of those children, now a man, anxiously prepares to offer the testimony which he hopes will unshackle him from the past.
Uptown label-whores. Downtown eccentrics. Kids dressing for the lens. Models on the verge of discovery. Wannabes demanding attention.
A chronicle of Terri Hooley's life, a record-store owner instrumental in developing Belfast's punk-rock scene. A Q&A with Terri Hooley plus a special DJ set from the one and only Terri Hooley
Big Daddy Kane is a Brooklyn, New York M.C. who undisputedly defined the term “lyricist” in the world of hip-hop. Along with the lyrical ingenuity he brought to the genre, he also introduced innovative live performances as well. Kane was the first rapper to ever hold not one but two sold out shows at the world famous Apollo Theater for women only. These lives performances, which consisted of theatrics, choreography and tailored costumes proved that Big Daddy Kane was not only an M.C., he was a full entertainer. Kane revolutionized hip-hop fashion and the way hip-hop shows were performed.
Fronted by British / Nigerian vocalist Eno Williams, they combine elements of West African highlife, disco, post-punk & psychedelic electro soul.
NY Times “Brothers Hypnotic will restore your faith in humanity, bring a tear to your eye, a heavy stomp to your right foot and, possibly, make you curse your parents for not forcing you to wake up at the crack of dawn for tuba practice.”
Kirkos Ensemble celebrates two years and twenty concerts by pushing the boat out in our most ambitious event yet. On May 6th we present a smorgasbord of new music in the Sugar Club from an assortment of next big things in Irish composition, performed by the incredibly talented musicians of Kirkos. It's our annual showcase of what the most talented young composers in Ireland have to offer.
During the seventies Watts appeared on countless numbers of pop and R & B albums by Carole King, Marvin Gaye, Donald Byrd, Dizzy Gillespie, Randy Crawford, Helen Reddy and Paul Anka to name but a few. He toured with the Rolling Stones in 1981 appearing in their 'Let Spend the Night together' film of the tour.
Marcos Valle was born in Rio de Janeiro on September 14, 1943. He was raised on a staple diet of classical, Brazilian popular music and North American jazz. Marcos grew up to be one of the most influential musicians (guitar, piano and vocals) of the Bossa Nova period.
The fourth annual sell-out Douze Points Party is the place to be to watch the final of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
Bridal Rock is Ireland's first ever Wedding Band Festival!
We're back. Making the impossible possible. Creating dreams and silliness. There's always something weird and wonderful about making shows, and this one will be no different. The 6th Steampunk burlesque and cabaret show is being born. Travelling through time, freaks born of hybrid imaginings, fighter pilots, goddesses, damsels in corsets and bustles. Pocket watches and top hats and of course Inventions!
80’s Dublin Band High Society will play one gig in The Sugar Club on the 20th May. This will be a unique evening as the band will be joined by various artists and performers from the period.
Fri 10 May