Live Music has a new home in Dublin at The Bowery in Rathmines.
Based in the bustling bohemian area in Dublin City it’s a unique, dedicated live music venue and Rum bar. We’re very passionate about our music and you can tell. We’ve everything covered from Rock ’n’ Roll to Ska, Acoustic to Funk and loads of special guests. We’ve also got some of the best DJ’s Dublin has to offer. Imagine being in the “bowels” of an 18th Century boat and you’re half way there. With the finest wood panelling from the local convent, port holes from the decommissioned Irish Naval Ship Le Setanta and floorboards from the Bolands Mill.
We’re “Hot” according to The Irish Times.
Lovin’ Dublin love the Nautical feel.
Hot Press are excited about “Dublins brand new music venue.”
Anyway enough of our waffling, you need to come in check us out, listen to some music and grab yourself a Rum Cocktail. As we like to say live long and Rock ’n Rum.
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I had such a wonderful time in Nashville and felt that I was in such a powerfully supportive Creative Community that I am determined to Return to Record Part 3 of the Current Triple Album there. Our Engineer Kevin Whyte will be over there Touring in September so ideally that would be the time to go so Brian and I will have him there to oversee the Recording. We have all the Songs for Parts 2 and 3 and start Recording Part 2 with Kevin Dara and Tommy in Late June 2011. I have €1,300 and need in the region of €7,500 to make the Album. All Proceeds from Part 1 will be going toward the Nashville Recordings. Any Donations however small will be gratefully received and rewarded with Surprise Gifts of Promo Items, Poems, Hand written Lyrics, Drawings,before and over the Release of all 3 Albums. I am also Organising an Art Auction on E-Bay to fund the Trip.
Celtana is the 1st publisher of children's interactive book apps promoting Irish mythology, legends and folklore.
Till date we’ve published three titles: “The Salmon of Knowledge”, “Oisin in Tir na nOg” and “The Children of Lir” which are available from the App Store and Google Play.
Please visit our website and social media pages to stay up to date with our book apps:
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Bar. Cafe. Creative Space.... As promoters, music is our first love and putting on parties and events is our job. Musically, we cover a lot of bases. We have DJs and bands playing across the board from house to jazz to grime, roots reggae to disco, hip hop to rock.
Events-wise, on any given day you could walk into a back yard market, an exhibition launch, a marathon 10hr set from a Detroit DJ legend, a hot-tub party, fresh pizza on a double decker bus, an Italian breakfast, a live show from emerging Dublin bands, graffiti battles, sunshine sangrias in the yard, or even just a simple pint of plain and a chat.
Poets, pubs and pints!
Crossing Baggot Street and the surrounding area, actor Paul O’Hanrahan leads this summer walk revealing the wealth of literary and theatrical connections in ‘Baggotonia’. From Kavanagh and Behan at the upper end, to Yeats and Gogarty at the lower, with Beckett literally bridging the two, here is Irish literature in an afternoon’s leisurely stroll. This walk includes readings and stops at some of the city’s most famous hostelries.
Meet at The Waterloo, 36 Upr. Baggot Street.
Saturdays in August at 3 pm: August 9, 16, 23, 30
The tour finishes at Toner’s Pub, 139 Lower Baggot Street with a stop en route at no.51 Pub, Haddington Road. Duration: two hours. Tickets: €7 (no pre-booking required).
With weekly performances by our resident orchestra - the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra - and a programme ranging from classic operas and magical musicals to contemporary Irish folk, the National Concert Hall is a thriving venue catering for all musical tastes.
The Focus Theatre in Dublin was a small but respected theatre which offered a variety of plays from new and established writers.Focus Theatre's Acting Studio was founded in April 1963 by the Irish American actor, Deirdre O'Connell (d. 2001). The Focus Theatre itself was founded by O'Connell and her husband, Luke Kelly of The Dubliners in 1967, and opened on 29 September with a production of Doris Lessing's Play With a Tiger.It has been at the forefront of training actors and directors in Stanislavski's system as well as putting on productions of the classics of European and international theatre.Several notable actors have been associated with the Focus, including Gabriel Byrne, Sabina Coyne (wife of the President of Ireland), Olwen Fouéré, Tom Hickey, Bosco Hogan, and Gerard McSorley. The artistic director is Joe Devlin.The theatre closed in April 2012 due to funding issues.
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Fitzwilliam Square Distance: 0.7 miTourist Information 20 Fitzwilliam Street Upper Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2
Fitzwilliam Square is a Georgian garden square in the south of central Dublin, Ireland. It was the last of the five Georgian squares in Dublin to be built, and is the smallest.The square was developed by Richard FitzWilliam, 7th Viscount FitzWilliam, hence the name. It was designed from 1789 and laid out in 1792. The center of the square was enclosed in 1813 through an Act of the Parliament of Ireland. To the north is the much larger Merrion Square, with which Richard FitzWilliam was also involved. The square was a popular place for the Irish Social Season of aristocrats entertaining in Dublin between January and Saint Patrick's Day each year.Shootings took place in the square during Bloody Sunday of 1920. Sir Thomas O'Shaughnessy (1850–1933), the last Recorder of Dublin, lived in Fitzwilliam Square and died there on 7 March 1933.The N11 road passes through the northwest side of the square on its way into central Dublin.In March 2011, the entire space at 14 Fitzwilliam Square was let on a flexible seven-year lease to gold bullion brokers GoldCore.
The SugarClub is a multi functional venue, cinema, auditorium and bar.
Celebrated for it's beautiful interior, cinema style setting and Georgian quarter location in the heart of Dublins city centre. Dedicated to the fusion of popular art & culture in music, film, theatre and dance; the venue's mission is to revive the relationship between art and revelry; to establish a creative space for both artists and audiences
The Sugar Club prides itself in offering the highest quality eclectic programming, impeccable acoustics, and bold design. The unique performance space offers full flexibility in multiple configurations: seated, standing and numerous alternative arrangements.
The unique facilities and location of the venue to all bus routes, luas & taxis and situated close restaurants bars in the greater Dublin area attract a wide mix of clientele (Grafton, Camden & South William St are are all less than 5 minutes walk)
The Sugar Club is a place you can trust for exposure to visionary work, people of character, and a consistently dynamic environment. We invite you to a place of true substance and vitality.
Bring open minds and dancing shoes
Group Bookings - [email protected]
( tables, food, table service )is available on request depending on size of party booking
Winner of Best Nightclub in Ireland 2007, 2008, 2010, shortlisted for 2015 and 2016. Half the club is outdoors, fully sheltered and heated for your exceptional comfort. Our new renovations return us as the premier nightclub in Dublin.
Krystle is located on Harcourt St in the heart of Dublin. There are two large bars. One huge rectangular bar greets customers on entrance. The second bar is positioned in the fully heated roof top beer garden. An established cocktail menu blends old classics with its own unique twists, attracting a more mature clientele.
Krystle has a selection of excellent areas, booths and tables indoor and outdoor for customers. There is no charge to book a table nor is there a minimum spend required. Customers can book these booths by emailing [email protected] or by calling the mobile numbers on the contacts page.
Krystle’s beer garden, probably the most impressive in the country, is fully heated and seated so whether its January or June you will feel a world away from Ireland’s cold climate.
Musically Krystle offers something for everyone. There is an excellent mixture of familiar commercial sounds, R’n’B, plus upbeat funky house with live percussionists adopted from some of London’s finest clubs. Krystle is the embodiment of new trend of funky house.
KRYSTLE has won Best Nightclub in Ireland 2007, 2008, 2010 at the National Hospitality awards in Dublin’s Four Seasons.
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We have three private function rooms available to hire. Please fill out a function enquiry form on our website www.russellcourthotel.ie and we will send you availability and a brochure.
FREE ROOM HIRE *
FREE BAR EXTENSION
DRINK PROMOTIONS FROM 4PM DAILY
GREAT FINGER FOOD PRICES
*terms and conditions apply
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