Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
1. Chris Kabs at The Grand Social
Tonight the producer and artist will be presenting his own way of understanding music and making the best of soul, pop, reggae and R&B rhythms.
With his unique sounds, he is able to express his passion for music and his evolution in the field. Showing his never ending desire of growing and creating great productions while using music as a means of testing the limits of his imagination and intuition.
Having been his own trainer, he is coming to show all of us how the young little drummer and pianist has become his own teacher and grown to be the reason why we will be smiling and freeing our emotions when succumbing to his art.
Be sure to come and discover a new way of making and feeling music! He will be supported by
Where: The Grand Social, 35 Liffey Street Lower, North City, Dublin
Price: €8 at the door
For more information, visit: https://www.facebook.com/chriskabs/?ref=page_internal and https://www.facebook.com/thegrandsocialdublin/?fref=ts
2. Wild Child at Whelan’s
Kelsey (violin and vocals) and Alexander (ukulele and vocals) are a big part of the five-piece band Wild Child, a powerful Austin based band with two albums in their shoulders.
After a long and very personal walk through music while projecting their own experiences in the songs, Wild Child are now touring Europe to spread and share them with us. Their lyrics and how are them delivered in a charming, careful and unique way are their distinguishing mark.
Don’t miss this opportunity to see Wild Child live, it knocks but just once!
Where: Whelan’s, 25 Wexford St, Dublin, Dublin 2
Buy your ticket at: http://www.ticketmaster.ie/wild-child-dublin-03-08-2017/event/18005181E9EBD7B3?artistid=1942773&majorcatid=10001&minorcatid=1
For more information, visit: https://www.facebook.com/wildchildsounds/?fref=ts and https://www.facebook.com/whelanslive/?fref=ts
3. Movie Screening and Forum: Suffragette (2015)
The School of Education of Trinity College Dublin, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences are today honouring the International Women’s Day with the screening of one fierce, powerful and moving film, Suffragette.
While harsh but very realistic (don’t forget it is based on actual historic facts) the movie shows the struggles of them who fought for Women’s rights by even risking their lives for equality.
After the film an open forum for comments will be held. Do not hesitate to rise your hand and intervene, I am sure you will be surprised to hear and discuss other perceptions and ideas!
Where: Robert Emmet Lecture Theatre, Room 2037, Arts Block, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin 2
When: 19:00 – 21:00
Price: Free admission, but booking is required
Book at: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/international-womens-day-movie-screening-and-forum-suffragette-2015-directed-by-sarah-gavron-tickets-32374733700?ref=devg
For more information, visit: https://www.facebook.com/education.tcd/?fref=ts