Top 5 Events For a Tuesday Night In Dublin

Normal at The Smock Alley Theatre


Take a trip into the mind of a maniac lunatic where reality and fantasy morph into one through the impulses of a killer. Normal confronts the dark side of human nature and makes us ponder the question, What makes man turn into a monster? The play is credited as with helping start the “In-Yer-Face” style of British play writing made popular in the 1990s. The event starts tonight and runs through until the 5th of November.

Location – Smock Alley Theatre

Time – 20:00

Admission – 12 – 15

Yak Live at The Academy


Yak is an alternative rock band featuring 3 members from London. The band performs music that follows the path of early punk bands like The Clash. Yak was founded by childhood friends Oliver Burslem and Andy Jones. The band toured relentlessly over 2015-2016 even making a performance at SXSW festival. With a high energy and heavy bass riffs Yak will surely getting you jumping around at The Academy tonight.

Location – The Academy

Time – 19:30

Admission – 15

Rally To Support AAA – Repeal The 8th Amendment

The Anti Austerity Alliance is calling out for people to join them at their rally to raise awareness about the 8th amendment. The rally is taking place to make the public aware that abortions should be a personal choice. The AAA would like to see a repeal of this amendment and needs your help to make your voice heard.

Location – Dáil Éireann

Time – 17:30

Admission – Free

Roots and Blues Open Session

Grab your acoustic instruments and head out to Arthur’s Pub for their blues open jam session. The event is free and is a great opportunity to grab a drink and play some music with some of Ireland’s finest musicians.

Location – Arthur’s Pub

Time – 20:00

Admission – Free

Birdy – Beautiful Lies Tour


Jasmine van den Bogarede is an English singer songwriter that is known for captivating crowds with here serene voice. At the age of 19 this star already has over 2.5 million likes on Facebook and over 300 thousand followers on Twitter. Her career started at the young age of 14 with her cover of Bon Iver’s song Skinny Love. Her tour is for the promotion of her third album entitled Beautiful Lies that is available now.

Location – Olympia Theatre

Time – 19:00

Admission – 40

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