Top 3 Events for March 8th

Forró do Three – Banda Namangaia Ao Vivo + Dj Heron

Come over to the Three Spirits Bar to enjoy a night of Forró. At 8:30pm DJ Heron opens the night with some danceable tunes to warm you up for headliner band Namangaia. Expect to move your feet and hips to the beat of Brazilian folk music. Pints will be from 4€, shots from 3,50€. Don‘t miss out on that party!

Where: Three Spirits Bar & Grill, 89-94 Capel St, Dublin

When: 7pm to 1am

How much: Admission free

Time 4 Equality

The growing global movement around women’s oppression and specifically issues such as femicide and sexual harassment have inspired us to join the international call for action on these issues on International Women’s Day 2019. Developments in Ireland North and South over the last year – including the #IBelieveHer and #ThisIsNotConsent movement, the Google walk out to name but a few – have highlighted how much these issues are of concern for women and young people. Working women have been disproportionately on the receiving end of the ravages of a decade of austerity, and similarly have and will be at the forefront of the fight back — the historic role of the workers’ movement in founding International Women’s Day is more relevant than ever.

Where: O’connells Bridge – Dublin

When: 3pm

Jhumpa Lahiri – Launch of “Italian Short Stories”

Jhumpa Lahiri will join the IIC to launch “The Penguin Book of Italian Short Stories”, a landmark collection which brings together forty writers that reflect over a hundred years of Italy’s vibrant and diverse short story tradition, from the birth of the modern nation to the end of the twentieth century. Poets, journalists, visual artists, musicians, editors, critics, teachers, scientists, politicians, translators: the writers that inhabit these pages represent a dynamic cross-section of Italian society, their powerful voices resonating through regional landscapes, private passions, and dramatic political events. This wide-ranging selection includes well-known authors such as Italo Calvino, Elsa Morante and Luigi Pirandello alongside many captivating new discoveries. More than a third of the stories featured in this volume have been translated into English for the first time, several of them by Lahiri herself.

Where: Istituto Italiano Di Cultura – Dublino, 11 Fitzwilliam Square East, Dublin

When: 6:30pm to 8pm

How much: Admission free



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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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