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FFF Festivalgoers got an exclusive look at what to expect from this year's Casa Bacardí at Electric Picnic, with the Grand Final of #TryStopMe in Dublin's Sugar Club last Friday. Winners included DJ Leigh Farrell and photographers Erica Coburn and Monophat. They will be appearing at the festival from August 29 to 31.

FFF Festivalgoers got an exclusive look at what to expect from this year's Casa Bacardí at Electric Picnic, with the Grand Final of #TryStopMe in Dublin's Sugar Club last Friday. Winners included DJ Leigh Farrell and photographers Erica Coburn and Monophat. They will be appearing at the festival from August 29 to 31.

FFF Theatre buffs will be delighted to hear that the box office for the Dublin Theatre Festival is now open. The festival will run from September 25 to October 12 across various venues in Dublin city and suburbs, and will include more than ten world premieres from great Irish writers and companies, alongside an extensive programme of international work. Tickets are available at the Box Office at 44 East Essex St, Temple Bar or at www.dublintheatrefestival.com.

FFF As ever, the Workman's Club on Wellington Quay has an Impressive line up for the months ahead, including a gig with singer Indiana who launched to fame two years ago after a balladic cover of the track Gabriel for BBC Radio Nottingham went viral. Indiana will play the Workman's Club on October 28.
 Tickets are €13 including booking fee and go on sale from all Ticketmaster outlets tomorrow Friday August 15 at 9am.

FFF With the release of their much-anticipated debut album, Ballet School have just announced news of a ten-date UK and Ireland tour in November. Their debut album, The Dew Last an Hour, is set to be released on September 8, and the German trio have announced a gig at the Workman's Club as part of their tour.

They will play the popular venue on November 21. Tickets are €12.50, including booking fee, and are on sale now from all Ticketmaster outlets.


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