May 17

Presented by ChoiceCuts

Louis Cole

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Louis Cole
€20 ex booking fees

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Louis Cole is a Los Angeles based singer songwriter, producer and
multi-instrumentalists. Celebrated as one of the world’s most
future-sonic-funk drummers and co-founder of KNOWER, his mission is “to
create deep feelings through music.” Cole has proudly been DIY to date,
amassing millions of views with his viral videos like ‘Bank Account’,
and arrives with his third album debut ‘Time’ out now on Brainfeeder.

‘Time’ is - a casual but addictive LP, with a blend of quickfire,
hook-laden electro-funk bullets and wistful, soft-focus balladry - and
it’s compelling. “A lot of it is little thoughts, that I made into big
songs… blasts of inspiration that I was lucky enough to receive.

Louis Cole
May 17

Presented by ChoiceCuts

Louis Cole Late Nite Live

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General Admission - on sale Friday 15 March

A very special Late Nite Live Future Jazz Session…

Tickets on sale Mar 15th 12pm

Louis Cole is a Los Angeles based singer songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalists. Celebrated as one of the world’s most future-sonic-funk drummers and co-founder of KNOWER, his mission is “to create deep feelings through music.” Cole has proudly been DIY to date, amassing millions of views with his viral videos like ‘Bank Account’, and arrives with his third album debut ‘Time’ out now on Brainfeeder.

‘Time’ is - a casual but addictive LP, with a blend of quickfire, hook-laden electro-funk bullets and wistful, soft-focus balladry - and it’s compelling. “A lot of it is little thoughts, that I made into big songs… blasts of inspiration that I was lucky enough to receive.”

Louis’s new album features his friend Thundercat (with whom he worked on “Drunk” co-writing ‘Bus In The Streets’ and ‘Jameel’s Space Ride’) who returns the favour, contributing lead vocals on ‘Tunnels In The Air’. KNOWER’s Genevieve Artadi, and acclaimed jazz pianist and experimental composer Brad Mehldau also pop up on ‘When You’re Ugly’ and ‘Real Life’ respectively. Furthermore, ‘Last Time You Went Away’ features a 23-piece string orchestra - the Rochester Stringz from Eastman School of Music.

Known for presenting a show that you will never forget, catch Louis Cole’s ‘Time’ tour with solo dates, or his unforgettable 18-piece brass band show in the US, EU, and Asia.

“Time” is out now, on Brainfeeder: louiscole.lnk.to/time

Louis Cole Late Nite Live
May 18

Presented by ChoiceCuts

Ed Motta

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€20.00 + Booking Fees

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At the age of 15, Ed Motta recorded his debut album “Ed Motta & Conexão Japeri” (Warner Music, 1988) which became an instant boogie-funk classic. Three decades later, eleven albums deep, seven soundtracks for film and a score for musical theatre, Ed Motta will now presents his latest work “Criterion of the Senses”. Since his first LP, Ed was always the de facto producer of his discography, arriving at the studio with a concept in his head and working meticulously towards perfected instrumentation.

On stage and in the studio, Ed has engaged in musical exchanges with musicians such as Roy Ayers, Chucho Valdés, Jean-Paul “Bluey” Maunick (Incognito), Ryuichi Sakamoto, Patrice Rushen, Hubert Laws, Bernard Purdie, João Donato, Dom Salvador and Greg Phillinganes.

Ed Motta
May 19

Presented by Cello Ireland

Cello Ireland: Mahler Reimagined

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Cello Ireland returns to The Sugar Club for an exciting new collaborative project with Cathal

Coughlan (Microdisney, Fatima Mansions)and Jazz Quartet bringing you Mahler in a brand new
setting arranged by Brian Byrne!
Cello Ireland was founded in 2014 by Una Ni Chanainn, cellist RTENSO and is earning a reputation for
an innovative, fresh approach to music, often bringing together musicians from diverse
backgrounds.
Recent collaborations include Cello Voce, with special guest Liam O Maonlai; Bowie to Buckley: a
World aPart with Gerry Leonard in new arrangements of Bowie’s later work, Hugh Buckley jazz
Quartet and most recently an exploration of cello with traditional musicians Cormac Begley
(concertina) and Liam O Connor (fiddle).
In this collaboration Cathal will sing Mahler in his own style in stunning new arrangements by Brian
Byrne.
This will be against a rich tapestry of cello quartet and jazz quartet.
It promises to be yet another spectacular evening of music!

Cello Ireland: Mahler Reimagined
May 22

Presented by ChoiceCuts

Liniker e os Caramelows

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Award-winning Liniker e os Caramelows from São Paulo take their journey from performing at some of Brazil’s best events to Europe. Liniker e os Caramelows create a contemporary sound which combines soul with the tropical heritage of MPB (popular Brazilian music). Brazilian Soul, with a show both beautiful and full of energy throughout. Transgender singer Liniker has a spark and she shares it with you. Looking deep into the eyes of the audience – you don’t have to speak Portuguese to be completely entranced by that moment, it’s universal.

Liniker e os Caramelows
May 23

Presented by ChoiceCuts

Butcher Brown

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Marcus Tenney, Morgan Burrs, Corey Fonville, Andrew Randazzo, and DJ Harrison. Straight out of the underground, a steady rumble is building and it’s called Butcher Brown. Pulsing from the nerve center of Jellowstone Studios in Richmond VA, Butcher Brown takes careful note of the history and legacy of jazz and throws caution to the wind with wanton abandon. Garage punk jazz funk on the low end of the dial gives way to delicate and elegant compositions as the band shows off without trying. These are not just players, these are musicians.

Butcher Brown
May 24

An Evening with Jerron Blindboy Paxton | 24.05

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Join us in celebrating heritage, culture, the blues, comedy and some of the best musicianship you are likely to see on a night out. Although still in his 20s, Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton has earned a reputation for transporting audiences back to the 1920’s and making them wish they could stay there for good. Blind Boy Paxton may be one of the greatest multi-instrumentalists that you have not heard of. Yet. And time is getting short, fast.

Jerron performed to a sold out audience at the Lead Belly Tribute at Carnegie Hall on February 4, 2016 along with Buddy Guy, Eric Burdon, Edgar Winter, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and other stars. It is no exaggeration to say that Paxton made a huge impression. In the two years since his incredible performance at that star-studded show in one of the world’s great concert houses, Paxton’s own star has been rising fast. He opened for Buddy Guy at B.B. Kings in NYC; for Robert Cray at the Reading PA Blues Festival, and performed at numerous other festivals including: Woodford Folk Festival & Byron Bay Blues Festival in Australia; Calgary Folk Festival in Canada; Jewel City Jam in Huntington WV; Freihofers Jazz Festival in Saratoga Springs FL; Clearwater Festival in Croton-on-The Hudson NY; Fayetteville Roots Festival in Fayetteville AR: Cambridge Folk Festival in the UK., Harvest Time Rhythm & Blues Festival in Ireland; and headlined the 2017 Brooklyn Folk Festival.

This young musician sings and plays banjo, guitar, piano, fiddle, harmonica, Cajun accordion, and the bones (percussion). Paxton has an eerie ability to transform traditional jazz, blues, folk, and country into the here and now, and make it real. In addition, he mesmerizes audiences with his humor and storytelling. He’s a world-class talent and a uniquely colorful character that has been on the cover of Living Blues Magazine and the Village Voice, and has been interviewed on FOX News. Paxton’s sound is influenced by the likes of Fats Waller and “Blind” Lemon Jefferson. According to Will Friedwald in the Wall Street Journal, Paxton is “virtually the only music-maker of his generation—playing guitar, banjo, piano and violin, among other implements—to fully assimilate the blues idiom of the 1920s and ‘30s.”

An Evening with Jerron Blindboy Paxton | 24.05
May 25

Presented by ChoiceCuts

An Evening with Jerron Blindboy Paxton | 25.05

7:30PM
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General Admission - On Sale 12/03/19

Play on Spotify

Join us in celebrating heritage, culture, the blues, comedy and some of the best musicianship you are likely to see on a night out. Although still in his 20s, Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton has earned a reputation for transporting audiences back to the 1920’s and making them wish they could stay there for good. Blind Boy Paxton may be one of the greatest multi-instrumentalists that you have not heard of. Yet. And time is getting short, fast.

Jerron performed to a sold out audience at the Lead Belly Tribute at Carnegie Hall on February 4, 2016 along with Buddy Guy, Eric Burdon, Edgar Winter, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and other stars. It is no exaggeration to say that Paxton made a huge impression. In the two years since his incredible performance at that star-studded show in one of the world’s great concert houses, Paxton’s own star has been rising fast. He opened for Buddy Guy at B.B. Kings in NYC; for Robert Cray at the Reading PA Blues Festival, and performed at numerous other festivals including: Woodford Folk Festival & Byron Bay Blues Festival in Australia; Calgary Folk Festival in Canada; Jewel City Jam in Huntington WV; Freihofers Jazz Festival in Saratoga Springs FL; Clearwater Festival in Croton-on-The Hudson NY; Fayetteville Roots Festival in Fayetteville AR: Cambridge Folk Festival in the UK., Harvest Time Rhythm & Blues Festival in Ireland; and headlined the 2017 Brooklyn Folk Festival.

This young musician sings and plays banjo, guitar, piano, fiddle, harmonica, Cajun accordion, and the bones (percussion). Paxton has an eerie ability to transform traditional jazz, blues, folk, and country into the here and now, and make it real. In addition, he mesmerizes audiences with his humor and storytelling. He’s a world-class talent and a uniquely colorful character that has been on the cover of Living Blues Magazine and the Village Voice, and has been interviewed on FOX News. Paxton’s sound is influenced by the likes of Fats Waller and “Blind” Lemon Jefferson. According to Will Friedwald in the Wall Street Journal, Paxton is “virtually the only music-maker of his generation—playing guitar, banjo, piano and violin, among other implements—to fully assimilate the blues idiom of the 1920s and ‘30s.”

An Evening with Jerron Blindboy Paxton | 25.05
May 25

Tau & The Drones of Praise

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4/5 The Irish Times

“New single ‘Craw’ is a potent case in point. Featuring a sublime video, co-directed with Kyle Ferguson (who also filmed and edited the accompaniment), it’s a song that traces the dense mythos of home, belonging and the past, as well as the duality of existing within the confines (both good and bad) of the modern world. Don’t hesitate to file this tale – along with the images that mirror the incommunicable essence of it all so well – under “vital”.”
* The Thin Air

Tau & The Drones of Praise
May 26

An Evening with Jerron Blindboy Paxton | 26.05

7:30PM
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10:30PM

General Admission
€20.00 + Booking Fee

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Join us in celebrating heritage, culture, the blues, comedy and some of the best musicianship you are likely to see on a night out. Although still in his 20s, Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton has earned a reputation for transporting audiences back to the 1920’s and making them wish they could stay there for good. Blind Boy Paxton may be one of the greatest multi-instrumentalists that you have not heard of. Yet. And time is getting short, fast.

Jerron performed to a sold out audience at the Lead Belly Tribute at Carnegie Hall on February 4, 2016 along with Buddy Guy, Eric Burdon, Edgar Winter, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and other stars. It is no exaggeration to say that Paxton made a huge impression. In the two years since his incredible performance at that star-studded show in one of the world’s great concert houses, Paxton’s own star has been rising fast. He opened for Buddy Guy at B.B. Kings in NYC; for Robert Cray at the Reading PA Blues Festival, and performed at numerous other festivals including: Woodford Folk Festival & Byron Bay Blues Festival in Australia; Calgary Folk Festival in Canada; Jewel City Jam in Huntington WV; Freihofers Jazz Festival in Saratoga Springs FL; Clearwater Festival in Croton-on-The Hudson NY; Fayetteville Roots Festival in Fayetteville AR: Cambridge Folk Festival in the UK., Harvest Time Rhythm & Blues Festival in Ireland; and headlined the 2017 Brooklyn Folk Festival.

This young musician sings and plays banjo, guitar, piano, fiddle, harmonica, Cajun accordion, and the bones (percussion). Paxton has an eerie ability to transform traditional jazz, blues, folk, and country into the here and now, and make it real. In addition, he mesmerizes audiences with his humor and storytelling. He’s a world-class talent and a uniquely colorful character that has been on the cover of Living Blues Magazine and the Village Voice, and has been interviewed on FOX News. Paxton’s sound is influenced by the likes of Fats Waller and “Blind” Lemon Jefferson. According to Will Friedwald in the Wall Street Journal, Paxton is “virtually the only music-maker of his generation—playing guitar, banjo, piano and violin, among other implements—to fully assimilate the blues idiom of the 1920s and ‘30s.”

An Evening with Jerron Blindboy Paxton | 26.05
May 28

An Evening with Alan McGee

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Alan McGee: one of the most important names of the British music industry of the last 30 years will be doing an exclusive Q&A session in The Sugar Club Dublin on May 28th.

Alan McGee is the outspoken, maverick genius behind the mighty Creation Records and has worked with some of the most significant bands of the last 30 years including Oasis, Primal Scream, My Bloody Valentine, the Jesus and Mary Chain and The Libertines to name but a few. Alan still manages a number of bands including The Happy Mondays and CAST and recently launched his new record label Creation 23 because he says he ‘wants to put out records again’.

Alan McGee was the firebrand spirit who signed bands on instinct, risking bankruptcy. Despite this, Creation had an astonishing run of artistically and commercially successful acts, breaking through with the Jesus and Mary Chain in 1985 and continuing with Primal Scream, the House of Love, My Bloody Valentine, Ride and Teenage Fanclub, before signing Oasis in 1993.

Alan will be interviewed by Robert Fiddaman before a short Q & A session with the audience. Robert is a music historian, author, broadcaster and the founder of the Britpop Store and Britpop TV.

Mods “Marquis Drive” will be opening the event, featuring Leon Harrison (Ocean Colour Scene) expect to tap your feet and nod your heads - this band will leave you wanting more. Their most recent single Move On has amassed almost 150,000 streams on Spotify alone.

An Evening with Alan McGee
May 31

Soul Fusion Presents

Motown 60

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Join us for the most soulful party ever to hit Dublin. 3 rooms of dancing covering the full range of Motown & soul music, from rare vinyl records to house music edits from Reverend P & a movie paying homage to possibly the greatest unknown band.

- STANDING IN THE SHADOWS OF MOTOWN - THE MOVIE

- REVEREND P: Dj/Producer behind Motown Party. Spinnin tunes in Paris most exclusive clubs such as Le Palace, Les Bains Douche & What’s up bar. He naturally slided to soulful house & classics, performin’ at Queen, Bus Palladium, Nirvana. He spun in New York clubs such as Shelter (invited by Timmy Regisford), Cielo (invited by Louie Vega), Avalon, nublu, Saphire & Pink Elephant (with the Animal House Crew) resident DJ of Club Djoon & Motown Party for almost 11 years.

- BUBBLES/WHAT IS SOUL: Dublin Soul boys Paul Davis & John Dunne, 2 of Ireland’s finest collectors of Soul music on Vinyl. They single-handedly keep the soul/mod scene on fire with their club nights. These boys fill a dance floor from early doors. Catch them in the sidebar, a journey deep into the archives of Motown & Tamala Records. Every bit of wax they spin fills the floor.

- REBIRTH OF COOL: Motown was more than just music…the style, the sharp look, the haircuts. It was a way of life. Eamon & Crew keep Dublin looking Soulfully Dapper with their clobber down in Temple Bars clothing emporium. They will keep things soulfully sweet out on the decking with crates of rare soul vinyl wax.

Motown 60
Jun 05

Pierre Schryer & Adam Dobres - with guests Dermot Byrne & Martin Nolan

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Experience the magic of this phenomenal Canadian Celtic duo - fiddler Pierre Schryer and guitarist Adam Dobres, in collaboration with two prominent musicians on the Irish Trad scene - Donegal button accordionist Dermot Byrne and uilleann piper Martin Nolan from Dublin. Schryer & Dobres have just released a new album called “Mandorla” which features an eclectic array of musical gems from across the globe including traditional and contemporary tunes in various styles from far reaching places including Canada, Ireland, Algeria, Brazil, Quebec, and more. The show will surely delight, as this quartet is a tour de force of versatility, fine musicianship and technical dexterity. Together they represent four diverse and successful music careers laden with awards and nominations including JUNO, Canadian Folk Music Awards, Western Canadian Music Awards, TG4 Irish Traditional Musician of the Year and Grammy Awards. In Ireland for one night only!

Pierre Schryer & Adam Dobres - with guests Dermot Byrne & Martin Nolan
Jun 07

Crazy P

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CRAZY P: BRAND NEW ALBUM AND FIRST LIVE SHOW IN 10 YEARS!

The Sugar Club

Jun 7th

Tickets on sale Friday Feb 1st: 9am

Nottingham/Manchester collective Crazy P are currently setting the scene for their upcoming new album Age Of The Ego (due May 3) and a first live show in Dublin in over 10 years! Today they’re unveiling the project’s lead single “S.O.S”, inspired by their dissatisfaction with the current state of the world, from the pervasiveness of social media to the divisiveness of British politics. While you might expect such sentiments to reveal themselves in something dark or angry, sonically speaking, “S.O.S” has a vibrancy that’s hard not to feel energised by.

Lead singer Danielle Moore said: “It’s been hard to not be emotionally influenced by the situation we find ourselves in; not just in this country, but worldwide. I feel very angry and frustrated, but sometimes have to laugh at myself, because I struggle to articulate my feelings in normal conversation. I suppose lyrically it is political, a reflection of the times, but with a twist of humour and always a lot of love.”

Catch Crazy P’s live Disco extravaganza in The Sugar Club on Jun 7th. Tickets from Ticketmaster and Eventbrite.ie.

Crazy P
Jun 12

Tony Cantwell’s LIVE Feed Vol. IV

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“Tony Cantwell’s LIVE feed: A Heart-pounding Night of Incognito Browsing”

Join comedian Tony Cantwell for a brand new night of live stand up, sketches, and videos inspired by his own meme-soaked social media feed. Tony Cantwell is a Dublin based comedian who’s generated over 4 million views online and amassed quite the cult-following thanks to his oddball alter-egos Your Ma’s Mate, The Dublin Frenchman, as well as hundreds more created through his daily Instagram stories. As a performer; the first run of his last Dublin show ‘Soft Boy’ sold out in just 20 minutes, followed by sell-out shows at Kilkenny Cat Laughs, Cork and both appearances at Vodafone Comedy Festival.

“One of Ireland’s greatest ever comedy sketches” Joe.ie

“His unconventional take on comedy belongs on The Adult Swim Network” The Irish Times

Tony Cantwell’s LIVE Feed Vol. IV
Jun 14

Celtic Soul - A Tribute to Van Morrison

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Receiving critical acclaim from devout Vanatics wherever they perform, Celtic Soul are the definitive Van Morrison tribute. The 7-piece band from Belfast perform authentic and inspired renditions of songs from Van’s days with Them right through to the present.

Expect to hear the big hits as well as classic album tracks from Astral Weeks, Moondance, Avalon Sunset and the other albums from the extensive catalogue of the Belfast bard.

Celtic Soul - A Tribute to Van Morrison
Jun 17

Greatest League in the World Podcast LIVE

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The popular Greatest League in the World podcast undertakes its first live show to bring you top class guests, tackle important issues, and engage in the type of debates that League of Ireland supporters want. Con Murphy and Conan Byrne will host the event and quiz the special guests, while there will be an opportunity to ask questions in the final section.

Greatest League in the World Podcast LIVE
Jun 22

Presented by Ugly Duckling

INK / Coldcut / Doc Zilla / Up, Bustle & Out

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Dublin emcee game has changed, witness INK.The trendsetter of UK drill/trap music. All immitation fall back, hometown debut with special guests worldwide’

Irish drill artist INK first hit the streets of Temple Bar at the young age of 16 busking most days until he was discovered by fm104 DJ Mike Hogan, who interviewed INK as the first Irish rapper to be aired on the show.

Inks style is Dublin street culture based and most of his music tells the story of the grim reality of growing up in Dublin as a mixed race youth and the harsh times he went through.His lyrics are also based on gang culture in Ireland.

He was born in 1986 in the Rotunda hospital(Dublin) his father is of Arabic origin and his mother Irish.

Ink takes influences from UK grime and American drill music such as Chief Keef, Young M.A , Skepta, Lethal Bizzle, Tempa T and D Double E.

He is the Godfather of Irish drill music and has been crowned by the Irish and the UK music scene as the founder of Irish drill and the creator of the genre itself! He is paving the way for the new generation and has opened the door to Irish urban music being on same level as the UK and America currently!

He chooses to use his Dublin accent as a style to boost Irish music culture and encourages other young Irish musicians to do the same.

His harsh Dublin accent has a unique sound, that makes his music captivating with an urban presence and uses Irish street slang to make a whole genre of music in itself.

With intense visuals and lyrics that resonate with his fans and make him and his music relatable is the reason why he has a popular and rapidly growing fan base.Since Ink has made his Style so unique, he has inspired more young Irish artists to follow in his footsteps.

After winning Irish rapper of the year and being invited on BlackBox UK as the first Irish drill artist, its only onwards and upwards for Inks career as he continuously holds the flag for Ireland within the genre.

Even though Inks lyrics are based on violence and can be perceived as such, his real intentions are to encourage the youth of Ireland to steer themselves away from gang culture and match up to the UK scene currently, with the likes of merchandise and different creative opportunity.

INK / Coldcut / Doc Zilla / Up, Bustle & Out
Jun 24

Presented by Aiken Promotions

An Evening with Dom Joly

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Aiken Promotions proudly presents An evening with Dom Joly, live at Sugar Club, 24th June 2019. Tickets €23.00 inclusive of booking fee, on sale Thursday at 10AM.

Dom Joly is a multi-award winning British comedian and writer. His smash hit hidden camera series Trigger Happy TV re-defined the genre and was a primetime UK hit - selling to over 80 countries around the world with a spin-off series on Comedy Central USA. He also made World Shut Your Mouth and This is Dom Joly for the BBC and Fool Britannia - a prime-time comedy show for ITV. He recently brought back an updated and brand new series of Trigger Happy to huge acclaim on All4 and Channel 4.

He’s currently developing a sitcom (FTK) from his pilot script recently optioned by seasoned comedy producer Mark Freeland at Working Title TV, and sis podcast Earworm (“Staggeringly funny phone calls with a soundscape by Stephen Jones of Babybird”) has topped the comedy charts and just been purchased by Amazon.

But Dom is not just a man who shouts into big cell phones or crosses the street slowly dressed as a giant snail. He’s a former diplomat and political producer turned columnist and award-winning travel writer and has written extensively for the Sunday Times, The Independent, The Mail on Sunday and many, many other newspapers and magazines.

And he has adventure in his blood: his latest book The Hezbollah Hiking Club, in which he walks the length of Lebanon with two friends, is out in June. And to celebrate the release of this book, and his extensive and varied career in comedy, broadcasting and writing, Dom will be visiting Ireland in June for his first ever series of spoken word live shows…

The show will consist of a live interview with Matt Stocks (presenter and host of the iTunes chart-topping podcast, Life In The Stocks) and Dom, followed by an Audience Q&A where YOU get to ask Dom anything you like, and finally there’ll be a Meet & Greet at the end where anyone who wished to say HELLO to Dom, have a picture or get stuff signed can do so at no extra cost.

Doors at 7pm. Show starts 7:30 sharp. Don’t forget to turn your phone off!

An Evening with Dom Joly
Jul 01

Ireland: A Survivor’s guide

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5 Star Trip advisor-rated comedy sketch show. A hilarious, energetic, inventive guide to Irish history and culture for all the family.

[ Monday to Friday from 1st of July to 2nd of August ]

This 5 star tripadvisor-rated comedy sketch show is a rollercoaster guide to Irish people, culture and customs using physical comedy, audience interaction and a box of strange props. Sketches include: The Complete History of Ireland in 7 minutes, An Interactive Game of Hurling, A Guide to Irish Music, and many more. This inventive, energetic show is ideal entertainment for the whole family with physical comedy for younger audiences and plenty of satirical comment for the adults. Join Dublin’s finest performers at at Dublin’s coolest music venue- The Sugar Club for afternoon performances.

Showtimes and booking available at www.irelandsurvivorsguide.com | Booking information: irelandasurvivorsguide@gmail.com

Ireland: A Survivor’s guide