, Gig news: Tash Sultana, Repeal @ Olympia Theatre, Aine Cahill, Carla dal Forno, Homebeat shows & more
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Gig news: Tash Sultana, Repeal @ Olympia Theatre, Aine Cahill, Carla dal Forno, Homebeat shows & more

As featured here last year, Melbourne former busking singer-songwriter Tash Sultana is planning to play a big show at Vicar Street on 29 June 2017. Tickets go on sale priced at €20 + fees this Friday 27th January at 9am through Ticketmaster & usual outlets.


Repeal ‘A Night in Key of 8’ is a fundraiser for the Repeal the 8th campaign to take place in Olympia Theatre on April 23rd. It’ll feature performances from, among others, David Gray, Mary Black, Neil Hannon, Camille O’Sullivan, Loah, Lisa O’Neill, Printer Clips featuring Paul Noonan & Guests, Roisin O, Wyvern Lingo

Along with Panti, Activist Ailbhe Smyth, Writer Roisin Ingle, Comedian Tara Flynn, Writer Una Mullally and more.

Tickets from €28.50+ fees.


After announcing the closure of their café space ThirtyFour, Homebeat have some gigs and things coming up:

February 9th @ Fumbally Stables: Goodnight Brooklyn – The Story of Death By Audio
The story of the closure of a DIY space in Brooklyn as they battle with gentrification and get screwed by Vice magazine who first championed them, and then stole their space from them.

February 24th @ D Light Studios: Ryan Vail (A/V show), Wastefellow, Hvmmingbyrd

April 21st @ D Light Studios: Zehr Guht: Christian Loffler & Margie LewisThe final installment of the Zehr Gut collaboration with The Goethe Instut Irland.


Aine Cahill is to play The Sugar Club on April 20th with other dates nationwide


Australian artist Carla dal Forno (pictured) makes her Irish debut playing at The Grand Social on Valentine’s Day, February 14th. Support is from Somerville. Tickets are €12.50 + fees.

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, Gig news: Tash Sultana, Repeal @ Olympia Theatre, Aine Cahill, Carla dal Forno, Homebeat shows & more

Italian film composer Ennio Morricone announced that he will perform a farewell concert at Dublin’s 3Arena on Saturday 23 September. Tickets from €87 + fees.


Little Hours play a matinée and evening show in Smock Alley Theatre on April 2nd.


Spike, The Alternative Cello Festival was just announced and features cellists performing in various capacities from February 10th to 12th in the Workman’s Club. See the schedule.


Also announced:

Future Islands
Belle & Sebastian

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