Top 3 Events for Tonight!

By Gamze Yarsi / November 2, 2017

Dublin Book Festival

We are happy to tell you about the 11th Dublin Book Festival! It is one of the largest festival in Ireland. It will run from 2nd – 9th of November this year. It celebrates Irish writers and Irish publishing, across a whole range of genres, from politics to literary fiction, business, illustration and children’s literature, to poetry and Irish language events. Almost all the events will take place at the Smock Alley Theatre. There will be an exciting mix of readings, public interviews, debates, book launches and workshops.

Almost all events are Free!

More information and programme:

http://www.dublinbookfestival.com

Where:

Smock Alley Theatre

Exchange Street Lower, Ireland

The Roy Orbison Story

The Olympia Theatre today opens its doors to a unique story which is called ‘The Roy Orbison Story’. Barry Steele is widely recognised as one of the worlds leading vocalists playing homage to the legendary Roy Orbison. He has stunned audiences across the globe with his uncanny similarity and ability to authentically revive the exquisite toe-tapping sound of this music giant. Not only does Barry bring the music of The Big O back to the centre stage, the show also features chart busting hits originally performed and made famous by George Harrison, Jerry Lee Lewis, ELO, The Spencer Davis Group, The Traveling Wilburys and of course, the Big O.

Doors open at 7 pm, the show will start 8 pm.

Tickets:

€ 30

Where:

The Olympia Theatre

72 Dame Street
Dublin

Thermal and A Quarter live at Whelan’s

Whelan’s is hosting “Bangalore Rock” pioneers Thermal And A Quarter. Having opened for artists such as Deep Purple and Slash, they are one of the India’s biggest music acts and their music is a mix of progressive rock, blues and rock ‘n’ roll music. They will be supported by Shane Hayes, PECO and Sinead McNally.

For more details:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1803997119890827/

Show starts at 8 pm

Tickets:

€ 11

Where:

Whelan’s

25 Wexford St
Dublin

 

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