Top 3 Events for Friday the 1st

Candlelit Tales: For the love of Gods

Cozy up at the Irish Whiskey Museum as the talented storytellers of Candlelit Tales combine Irish mythology and traditional Irish music for a riveting storytelling experience. Sit back and relax over a drink as they transport you to the world of Irish myth and legend. This month is the story of “For the Love of Gods”. February is the month of romance. It’s a time for new beginnings, and new love, and here in Ireland, that means tales of betrayal, adultery; heroes fighting over beautiful damsels in distress; beautiful Queens going to war over heroes in distress; shattered lives; broken hearts; and the worst courtship gift in the history of the human race.

Place: Irish Whiskey Museum, 119 Grafton Street,

Time: 7:30pm – 9pm

Tickets: 14€

Syrian Architects Art & Design Exhibition

An exhibition showcasing artworks and designs by graduate Syrian architects from Aleppo University who completed their studies through the war. They are sharing here their stories and sending a message of human resilience about beauty and hope, for peace and reconstruction.

Place: Seamus Heaney Theatre, DCU St Patrick’s Campus, Drumcondra Road Upper, Dublin

Time: 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Price: Admission free, register here

The J-TEES’ Soul Revue

The J-Tees’ Soul Revue celebrates the finest soul music of the last 60 years with a dynamic and incendiary show! Inspired by the super soul shows of Stax, Motown, and Daptone, The J-Tees’ Soul Revue pays homage to the music of Etta James, Marva Whitney, James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Lee Fields, and Sharon Jones. Dance, spin and groove as a high energy seven-piece band, lead by Jen Tull, takes you from the sweet soul of Bettye Lavette to the vintage funk of James Brown!

Place: Sin É, 14/15 Upper Ormond Quay, Dublin 1

Time: 9pm

Price: Free before 9pm, 5€ thereafter

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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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