1. Francophonie Screenings: A Promise delivered. Secrets of Vilnius (2014)
Celebrating the Mois de la Francophonie (Month of the Francophony) in Dublin, The Alliance Française has prepared a series of screenings so that francophones and non-francophones can enjoy French as a language and culture all at once. How? By inviting all of us to discover or even see again very special movies.
Today’s one is A Promise delivered. Secrone of the bestselling French novelists Romain Gary’s life while his childhood in Vilnus.
If you want to immerse in a beautiful story while you learn and surround yourself of a multicultural environment, don’t hesitate to come over!
Where: Alliance Française, 1 Kildare Street, Dublin 2
Price: Free admission
Book your ticket at: https://afdublin.extranet-aec.com/events/detail/167
2. Jazz Jam at The Grand Social
Like every Monday, The Grand Social presents its weekly jazzy session in which musicians will be playing their hearts out following the rhythms of their stage fellows.
If you like to make the best of your Monday evenings, come over and discover yourself engaging in the sounds and vibes of its music. I’m sure your ears and and dancing feet will appreciate it!
Where: The Grand Social, 35 Liffey Street Lower, North City, Dublin
Price: Free admission
For more information, visit: http://www.thegrandsocial.ie/
3. The Woman in Black
The Susan Hill written, Robin Herford directed and Michael Holt designed hailed production comes back again to Gaiety Theatre for just one more week.
Arthur Kipps, portrayed by David Acton, and “The Actor”, characterized by Matthew Spencer will make this black, horror and gripping story come to live once again from today until Saturday. The well-known story counts with an enviable 27-year run and has amazed more than 8 million people since its debut.
If you want to feel in your own skin a mix of fear and curiosity, don’t miss this chance to learn and engage in a deep story of curses, dark memories and the search of freeing a lawyer’s soul.
“The audience were jumping out of their seats” – The Observer.
Where: Gaiety Theatre, South King St, Dublin 2
When: Mon 13th March to Sat 18th March
Price: from €16
For more information, visit: http://gaietytheatre.ie/index.php/whats-on-buy-tickets/calendar/the-woman-in-black/645