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September 28 2014

Mart

where MARTCADE, 46 Rathmines Road Lower, Rathmines, Dublin, Ireland
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when 6pm

how much €10 - €200

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The MART Academy

While MART as a collective has been about since 2006, their physical presence in Dublin is still relatively new. With their first studios in the old fire station only opening, last year, their empire has quickly grown, encompassing 3 different buildings, a multitude of studios, exhibition spaces, a market, cafe and performance venue and now MARTcademy, a one stop shop for budding, developing and established artists. Covering a wide range of artistic and creative disciplines, there’s everything from an intro to turkish art to singing for the terrified. And they’re such sweeties, they even promise tea and cake for participants (let’s be honest, that’s what we all want!)So try something new this autumn, and head towards Rathmines for a little MARTucation! / Beccy Fitzpatrick

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October 31 2014

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where Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
01 679 3477
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when 2.10pm & 6.30pm

how much €7.60/€9

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One Million Dubliners

There's a poignant twist to One Million DublinersAoife Kelleher (director) and Rachel Lysaght (producer) spent several months documenting some of the famous dead residents and living inhabitants of this iconic cemetery. They covered humour such as the lady in love with Michael Collins and the raw sadness of recent bereavement of Danielle Doyle as she brings flowers to her mum's grave. Many towering names in Irish history (Roger Casement, Maud Gonne MacBride) rest among the estimated 1.5 millions souls here. Amongst the folk who carried out the business of working here is the late Shane MacThomais, the exceedingly affable tour guide and resident historian, who exuded a charm and sincerity. This is a simple, on our doorstep story, well told and wonderfully shot. A fitting tribute to the deceased and a thoughtful insight into those living within their shadows. / Zach Joyce

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October 31 2014

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where Meet at St. Stephen's Green

when 6pm

how much Free

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Critical Mass: Halloween Edition

This hallowe'en, you'd be brave NOT to cycle in the city, because the zombie apocalypse is upon us, cycle-style. Dark-eyed and blood-kissed, the undead will be taking to two-wheeled light machinery in order to frighten you slow pedestrians as they coast on by, looking hungry, their rotting stomachs grumbling and grouching for the taste of human flesh. Critical Mass is a monthly cycle that is all about taking back the roads for machines powered by people, rather than fossil fuels. It's about shouting out about the benefits of cycling infrastructure and becoming a coherent cycling movement. So meet them at Stephen's Green, with your fake head tucked under your arm and your bike disguised as a gross, undead horse, if you're psyched for cycling. / Kate Coleman

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October 31 2014

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club night

Best for spookin'!

Spookers be spookin' with Mother & those dutty Pygs in Powerscourt Townhouse this Hallowe'en. For the first time, the townhouse will be creeped out with truly frightening hags, all ripped up in their disco threads, grooving the night away. Over at the Joinery, there will be a Hallowe'en Spectacular with Tarracoír playing an earth-trembling gig, whilst the Grand Social (pictured) will have Kelly-Anne Byrne discospinning you into an early grave. At TBG&S you should be prepared to get the HeeBeeGeeBees when the #1s and a load of mad creative yolks will be bringing the studios crashing down around your Spock ears. Dress up, creep it up, and party it up. / Kate Coleman

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October 31 2014

Jerryfish

where Whelan's, 25 Wexford Street, Dublin 2
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when 8 pm

how much €16.50

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The Jerry Fish Electric Sideshow

Step onto the carousel. Watch the ringmaster doff his hat. Watch him parade around the stage, sending his coat-tails whipping in the hot air, the crowd shuffling its feet a little harder and a little louder as each twang on the guitar and beat of the drum sends vibrations through everything in the room. Become a part of the ‘carnival of freaks’ that is the Jerry Fish Electric Sideshow, a bombastic boombox of a show that is uniquely indescribable as it is uniquely brilliant. Some seriously impressive musical chops, from guests like R.S.A.G to Jerry Fish himself, make this one of the genuinely best live experiences you’ll see in Ireland. The carousel will swing you around until all you can see are the spinning lights. Step on./ Hugh Torpey

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October 31 2014

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where The Science Gallery, Trinity College, Pearse Street, Dublin 2
01 896 4091‎
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when 7pm

how much Free

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Dead Beats

This isn't an accusation, it's a fact. Come Friday, the Science Gallery will be packed to the brim with dead beats. Popping up amongst the exhibits in their current Blood exhibition, there will be performances from electro-gods Ships,and little xs for eyes. With spoken word performances, comedy, Ed Hick from J Hicks & Sons doing a very special black pudding demonstration, and general ghastly ghouliness. It would be churlish to try and protest that science ain't cool. In this case, the Nutty Professor is a hipster lifestyle choice, not a ride at Chessington World of Adventure, so backcomb your hair, steal a lab coat from a student, and get spooked, Science Gallery style. / Kate Coleman

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October 31 2014

Thehuntersgathering

where Generator Hostel, Smithfield Sqaure, Dublin 7.

when 9pm

how much Free (only 50 on door)

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club night

The Hunter's Gathering

The Generator Hostel is hosting one of this Hallowe'en's wildest rave-ups, by bringing over the incredible tune-merchants, Wolf + Lamb from Brooklyn, NY. They've stormed sets here before, and this time will outdo them all, so get on top of their Soundcloud and Boiler Room mixes so you're schooled before the gig. They'll be supported by Dale Howard, deep house aficionado, being flown over the sea from the UK, and Generator regular Lorcan Mak. Our very own This Greedy Pig DJs will also be bringing booty to the floor. Dress to impress - think Mona the Vampire all grown up. Glam'n'fangs. Win Tickets / Sarah Keane

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