At a lose end this weekend and wondering what to do? We’ve got you covered with a roundup of the best events taking place throughout the country.
And guess what? Some are even reasonable!
What’s on in Dublin
Grab your glad rags and help Film Fatale celebrate their 7th birthday with a screening of Moulin Rouge and glam after party. Dress the part (does anyone have a can-can outfit we can borrow?) and head to the Sugar Club. Expect a seriously decadent affair. And, don’t forget your dancing shoes with music inspired from the film by the Tin Pan Alley Cats and DJs The Andrews Sisters’ Brothers.
Saturday, 17 February. Tickets from €10. For more information, visit filmfatale.com
What’s on in Galway
If you’re a comedy fan then head along to the Stephen Frost Improv Allstars. If you remember Whose Line Is It Anyway then you already know what to expect. Four comedians, no script, no idea what’s going to happen and no way to stop. So a great night then! Join Stephen Frost, Andy Smart, Steve Steen and Today FM’s Dermot Whelan in Roisin Dubh.
Friday, 16 February. Tickets from €12. For more information, visit roisindubh.net
What’s on in Cork
End of Day is a one-man show taken from Beginning to End comprising of excerpts from Beckett’s fiction, plays and poetry. Which means, if you’re a Beckett fan or want to know more about Irish literature, this is for you. This new production was originally commissioned by Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival 2016 and provides audiences a rare opportnity to enjoy, in one show, some of Beckett’s most profound and entertaining work. It takes place in St Mary’s Collegiate Church, Youghal.
Saturday, 17 February. Tickets from €13.56. For more information, visit eventbrite.ie
What’s on in Limerick
If you fancy a laugh go along to Pat Shortt’s How’s Tings? show in UCH. In a night of music and mayhem, Ireland’s most popular comedian explores all sorts of things. Big tings and little things. Personal tings and tings that are not so personal. Important international tings and tings that only affect the parish.
Saturday, 17 February. Tickets from €18. For more information visit uch.ie