Sunday 8 December 2019

Crack up laughing

Dara O'Briain, Maeve Higgins, right, Alan Shortt and Christiane O'Mahony are just some of the comedians lined up for the Vodafone Comedy Festival, at the Iveagh Gardens, off Harcourt Street, from Thursday July 24 to Sunday July 27.

Pack in a premiere

Druid premieres Brian Martin's play Be Infants in Evil, at Mick Lally Theatre, Druid Lane, Galway, until July 26, 8pm, matinees July 23 & 26, 3pm, tickets €18-26. Starring Bailey Hayden and Roxanna Nic Liam.

Bolt to Bray

Bray Summerfest runs until August 4 and is jam-packed with free live music performances, free family events, along with fun for foodies and gardening events, and the Bray Air Show takes place today.

Hop to be hip

A hip hop theatre version of The Tain opens at The Milk Market, Limerick, today, and runs until Friday July 25, at 9pm nightly. It's the first hip hop theatre production to be presented in Ireland. Tickets €10/€5.

Cherish childhood

How to be a Child?, exhibition by artist Carmel Benson who uses the medium of print and painting to explore childhood as a struggle for comprehension, integration, and identity, at the Mermaid Arts 
Centre, Bray, until September 7.

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