Top 3 Events for March 29th

By Juliane Girl / March 29, 2019

Woweembeem: Cooks But We’re Chefs, Farah Elle, Jackie Beverly, Elikya

After last month’s party at the more intimate venue, Bello bar, they’re doing it all again, across 2 days, with even more artists & DJs! Like a mini-festival. As always the focus remains the same; bringing people together to experience /enjoy/respect each other’s vibe and musical heritage. Everyone celebrating life, music & togetherness. When the live music finishes at BelloBar, the party goes on at Hang Dai, where the DJs will play on their super hi-end, hi-fidelity, hi-class, hyper hyper audiophile, hand made sound system, til late!

Where: Bello bar, 1 Portabello Harbour, Dublin

When: 8pm

How much: €12 – Friday early bird/€15 – Friday standard

Free Francophonie Night! Apero, Quiz & DJs

Come celebrate the Francophonie in Dublin with Pastis, Wine, Saucissons and Francophone music! To celebrate French Language and Cultural Diversity, has decided, in partnership with participating Embassies and The Church, to throw one of these big party that we love! They will start the evening softly with an APERO and a big MUSIC QUIZ for you to WIN NICE PRIZES (offered by Ambassade de France en Irlande, The Church Café, Late Bar & Restaurant, and Alliance Française de Dublin) Then the second part of the evening will be for you and your dancing shoes. The Dj has prepared a special playlist of a mix of French & International tunes. Get ready for some Francophoness!

Where: The Church Café, Late Bar & Restaurant, Junction of Mary Street & Jervis Street, Dublin

When: 6:30pm to 2:30am

How much: Admission free

Traces of Resistance – Crossing borders in Ireland and the UK

Following his research in Ireland and the UK, the editor-in-chief of Berlin-based Flaneur Magazine, Fabian Saul, will connect different streets in Ireland and the UK through stories of resistance. Starting from Dublin’s quays and in an attempt to call into question the limits, boundaries, and borders the urban landscape withholds, he turns to the element of water in order to re-connect different places. His performative lecture assembles multiple voices, defying canonic narration in favour of fragmentation.

Flaneur is a nomadic, independent magazine focussing on one street per issue. The magazine embraces the street’s complexity, its layers and fragmented nature with a literary approach. The content of the magazine is produced with and for Flaneur by artists of all disciplines.

Where: Goethe-Institut Irland, 37 Merrion Square, Dublin

When: 6pm to 8pm

How much: Admission free, registration required



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Juliane Girl

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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