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Thursday 19 April 2018

Political cabaret returns with a Little treat that's good for the constitution Presidents' favourite to play NCH

Leviathan, everyone's favourite political cabaret show, returns for a new decade on Thursday in the Button Factory in Temple Bar. Hosted by Mark Little (formerly of RTE) the topic will be: 'A New Constitution? A Second Republic?' The panel will include constitutional expert, Dr Gerard Hogan SC; Brendan Halligan, the former chairman of the Labour Party; lecturer Elaine Byrne; Senator Ronan Mullen and what is billed as 'an eminent constitutional expert'. There will also be entertainment of a political and scandalous hue from Paddy Cullivan and The Emergency. Tickets from €17.50. More information from

Presidents' favourite to play NCH

Judy Collins is one of the great icons of American music, whose recent projects included albums of songs by Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan, will play the National Concert Hall in Dublin on February 15, following a concert in Belfast the previous night.

She was the first major artist to make popular the songs of Joni Mitchell with Both Sides Now and her own hit Amazing Grace. She is the only artist to have performed at the inaugurations of two US presidents, John F Kennedy and Bill Clinton. Further information from the National Concert Hall, see

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