If the weekend has already arrived and you have not yet thought about how to spend your free time, take a look at the three best proposals of today.
Songs of Joyce
Is there any better idea than to mix music and literature? Probably not. That’s why Darina Gallagher and Sinead Murphy will surprise you with a musical about James Joyce’s Dublin. You can listen to a song version of some of the best works of the Irish writer.
When: Thursday 30th May – Sunday 2nd June 2019 and Thursday 6th – Sunday 9th June
Where: Supper theatre at Bewley’s Grafton Street
Find out more at: http://bewleyscafetheatre.com/events/songs-of-joyce-1
Amélie The Musical
Whether you’re passionate about the French film or have not seen it yet, you can not miss this impressive Broadway Musical that now comes to Ireland.
To put you in context, Amélie is a young woman who lives quietly in the world, but loudly in her mind. She improvises small acts of kindness that bring happiness to those around her. However, when she falls in love, Amélie realizes that to find her own satisfaction she will have to risk and say what is in her heart.
When: Tuesday 28th May – Saturday 1st June 2019
Where: The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin 2, Ireland
Find out more at: https://www.gaietytheatre.ie/events/amelie-the-musical/
The Seamus Heaney Exhibition: Listen Now Again
The National Library of Ireland, the Department of Culture, Heritage and Gaeltacht, and Bank of Ireland come together to celebrate the life and work of the Irish writer Seamus Heaney.
Today is the last day to see The exhibition called “Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again”, that presents original manuscripts, letters, and unpublished works. In addition, you will see some of his personal items, such as the desk on which Seamus Heaney wrote in the penthouse family home in Sandymount; a lamp, which once belonged to WB Yeats; and a portrait of Louis le Brocquy, are included in the exhibition.
Where: 2 College Green, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
Find out more at: https://www.nli.ie/seamusheaney/