The Landmark on Wexford Street is hosting Dublin’s newest comedy night tonight, with a stellar lineup to get things started. With a free pint for the first 20 people through the door, amazing talent, and free entry there’s not many excuses to be made for missing it.
The night is opened by The Comedy Shed’s Joe Dowlin, while the hilarious Jim Elliot will headline and close the show. Other acts for the night include David Gilna, Emily Ashmore, The Ferit, John O Keeffe, Pascale Giordano and Gillian Fitzgerald.
Where: The Landmark, Wexford Street, Dublin 2
What happens when humanity is so divided we lose the ability to relate to each other, when it’s easier to blame the “other” for our own misfortunes and the degradation of the world, when our fears are exploited to bring out the worst in us? Through a dystopian take on the paranoia and division dominating our society, The Drowned World explores the dangers of putting people into boxes and dehumanizing those we don’t understand.
Where: The Lir Academy, Trinity College, College Green, Dublin 2
Lao Chinese and Korean BBQ on Parnell Square invite you to join them in a Hot Pot Night as part of the ongoing celebrations for Chinese New Year.
Come gather with good company around a boiling broth! Sometimes referred to as ‘Chinese fondue’, hot pots are among the most popular meals in China. Lao’s resident expert Yang Zhang will be there to provide you with a crash-course in concocting the perfect hot pot.
Where: Lao Chinese and Korean BBQ Restaurant, 102 Parnell Square West, Dublin 1