What’s on tonight?
If you’re like us, you’re looking for a terrific, tenacious, and ever-so- tuneful Tuesday. Well we gotcha covered with Babylon Radios Top 5 Events on tonight, Tuesday October 15th!
A night that never disappoints, join Dolly Grip and the Grippettes for the experience of a lifetime! The hostess with the mostest, Dolly is a legend in the Dublin drag scene. Before her residency at the George, Dolly was the resident drag queen at the Dragon Bar and she’s been established within the LGBT+ scene for quite some time. We all know RuPaul’s Drag Race is great but nothing beats a live drag show with a queen on this level. So pop on down to The George tonight for an unreal evening of entertainment and probably a lot of show tunes.
Cost: Free Entry
‘Free funnyness’ is what’s on offer at Sin É tonight! With 18-20 comedians doing 5 minute standup sets, there will be a laugh for everyone at this fast-paced and energizing event! If you’re in need of a perk-me-up before mid-week, then head on down to Sin É , grab a drink, and laugh till you cry (happy tears only, we promise). Book your tickets here (don’t worry it’s free)
When: 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Student club night of the century, The Klass Project is in at Wigwam for its second installment. Expect a night of absolute chaos with Jonah Class and Colin Hart on the decks. Expect anything from EDM to 80’s disco hits to pump you up tonight and get you in the groove. Be sure to book boogie in advance and buy your tickets here.
Get involved with Global Debt Week by exploring the story of Thomas Sankara, a Burkimabe revolutionary and politician who served as president of Burkina Faso in the 1980’s. This documentary screening will be followed by a discussion about Sankara’s contribution to the debt justice movement. Additionally, Dr. Andy Story – assistant professor at the school of politics and International Relations at UCD will be providing an introduction to the political context at the time. Register your place here
Last, but certainly not least on our list of Top 5 Events for Tuesday October 15th, join coMORBID Productions for their festival of short plays featuring the narratives of several different playwrights affected by mental health. Themes such as gender, sexuality, mortality, dystopia, loneliness, and more will be highlighted throughout. This is sure to be an enlightening and thought provoking event so be sure to book you tickets here.