Top 3 Events for Tuesday

Island of the Hungry Ghosts – Documentary

The IFI shows this feature-length documentary film as part of the First Fortnight Festival. Island of the Hungry Ghosts is set on the remote Christmas Island. Poh Lin is a trauma counselor living on the remote Christmas Island with her young family. She works with people trying to seek asylum to Australia who have been detained in a high-security detention facility, deep within the island’s jungle. The island is one of the last discovered places on earth, with humans having migrated to its shores less than a century ago.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Gabrielle Brady and executive producer Sarah Perks.


Place: Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin

Time: 6:15 pm

Price: 9,90 €


Baby Witch – Concert

Originally from Co. Fermanagh, Clara Marie spent most of the past decade writing music in Montmartre, Paris and is currently based in Dublin. There she met drummer and electronic producer Hugh Cresswell and together they form Baby Witch. Baby Witch draws piano music into the realm of psychedelic wonder pop with ethereal vocals set over powerful hypnotic rhythms, surrealist lyrics and a dash of tongue in cheek cabaret.


Place: Crowbar, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin

Time: 8 pm

Price: Admission Free


Intimacy – Exhibition

How did the brain chemistry work when your parent saw you for the first time? What is scientific and artistic about the connection between humans? Neuroscience, behavior, belief, and trust are all called into question at this absorbing new exhibition at Trinity College Dublin’s famous Science Gallery. In an age when a significant amount of communication takes place electronically, the discussion around Intimacy is more relevant than ever.


Place: Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin, Pearse Street, Dublin

Time: Tuesday to Friday: 11 am – 7 pm

Price: Admission Free

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Hey, It's Juliane. I'm from the north of Germany where I study culture, language, and media. At the moment I'm working as an editor with Babylon Radio.

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