Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
They have crammed some of the heavyweights of Irish comedy all into the one show to kick off Bray Comedy Festival in style. Hosted by Bray Comedy Festival legend Karl Spain, catch Kevin McGahern (former host of Republic of Telly), John Colleary (The Savage Eye), impressionist Al Foran and Barry Murphy (Apres Match) in an opening show that’s guaranteed to be packed to the rim with huge laughs.
Where: The Martello Hotel, 47 Strand Road, Bray
When: 8.30pm to 11pm
How much: €21.59
KUDOS bring their ‘Perfect’ tour to The Bello Bar to promote their new album which was released on Friday, February 8th. Originally from Cork, Sophie and Laura (KUDOS) have been writing and recording their debut album ‘Perfect’ on the remote island of St Helena in the South Atlantic since 2017. From a musical family, Sophie and Laura who play piano and guitar are equally comfortable playing their songs acoustically or performing electronically, dependent on the venue and audience.
Where: The Bello Bar, 1 Portobello Harbour, Dublin
When: 8pm to 11pm
How much: Admission free
In anticipation of Trinity’s Green Week, our latest Behind the Headlines looks to the humanities to take on Climate Change. How do history, literature, film, and art help us understand the contemporary environmental challenges we face? As scientists warn us of the consequences of our human impact on the environment, the arts help us visualise the consequences of climate change and natural catastrophe.
This multi-disciplinary and international panel will examine cultural interpretations of global environmental issues and disaster; biotechnology; climate and conflict in the ancient period as well as early modern narratives of climate change when people still didn’t believe.
Where: Thomas Davis Theatre, Arts Building Trinity College Dublin
When: 6.30pm to 8pm
How much: Admission free, register here