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FUSE: With fashion

Leading Irish fashion stylist Aisling Farinella and photographer Rich Gilligan have created a fashion photographic exhibition that twists convention and links fashion and architecture. Until Tuesday in 28 South William St, D2. www.mumm-twisting conventions.com


in local lenses

Chez Youen, West Cork's celebrated Breton restaurant, which was opened over 30 years ago by acclaimed chef Youen Jacob, is being transformed into a photo gallery exhibiting the work of five local photographers. ChezFoto is open seven days per week, from 11am to 7pm. Tel: (028) 20600


for your supper

Prompted by a shared dread of public speaking, Sarah Leahy and Victoria Mary Clarke have organised speaking suppers where guests combat their nerves by talking briefly on a pre-arranged topic. The next supper takes place on July 27 in The United Arts Club on Dublin's Fitzwilliam St. www.eventelephant.com/aspeakingsupper27july


at comedy

The Vodafone Comedy Festival with a star line up and homegrown talent includes Maeve Higgins. In the Iveagh Gardens from Thurs 21 to Sunday 24 and there's a free App to keep you up to date. To download www.vodafonecomedy.ie freetext comedy to 50400



Not Natasha, an award winning photographic exhibition, which focuses on victims of human sex trafficking, runs until August 5 at The Creation Arcade, Duke St, Dublin 2. Tel: (01) 674 0202

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