Culture Vultures is delighted to announce its return to The Sound House as part of this year’s St. Patrick’s Festival Ireland, on March 15th. This exciting edition of Culture Vultures, hosted by pop culture critic/writer Tony Clayton-Lea, promises to captivate minds with music from two-time Grammy-nominee Iarla Ó Lionáird and guitar virtuoso Steve Cooney, as well as powerful conversations from these creative thinkers. Iarla Ó Lionáird is best known for his unmistakable voice as part of the successful group The Gloaming. He has worked with a stellar cast of artists including Peter Gabriel, Nick Cave, Robert Plant, and Sinead O’Connor. For this very special concert, he will be accompanied by acoustic guitar virtuoso Steve Cooney. Steve is considered a musical polymath and is best known for his influential guitar style, for which he won the National Entertainment Award.
Where: The Sound House, 28 Eden Quay, Dublin
When: 7:30pm to 10:30pm
How much: €18
For the first time ever the Cumann Gaelach is putting on a musical! Come to the biggest ( and maybe the worst?!) event in the history of the Cumann. It certainly cannot be missed with a star cast from both sides of the border ( see if you can pick them out). This original piece of work, written by the Drama Officer, is going to be testing the waters in the Players Theatre on the 12th,14th and 15th of March.
Where: Players’ Theatre, Trinity College, Dublin
When: 7pm to 9:30pm
How much: €5
Head down to the Irish Whiskey Museum for a truly Irish take on Karaoke! Choose from The Dubliners and Rory Gallagher to The Cranberries, U2 and The Script! (With a few classic karaoke songs thrown in for good measure). Sign up for a song and receive a free tasting of whiskey on your way up to the stage!
Where: Irish Whiskey Museum, 119 Grafton Street, Dublin
When: 9pm to 11pm
How much: Admission free