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January 30 2015

Digitalbiscuit

where The Science Gallery, Trinity College, Pearse Street, Dublin 2
01 896 4091‎
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when Until Friday 30th

how much €66.50 - €150.00

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Digital Biscuit

If you were intrigued by the excellent shot-for-shot Dublinized Soprano’s intro that’s been making the rounds lately, you may already know that this year’s three day international film and technology conference will feature the famous family’s real Godfather, creator David Chase. Digital Biscuit kicks off with a screening of Inherent Vice, and then is dotted with masterclasses and talks by expert speakers from the likes of Amelie, Harry Potter, and The Tudors. There will also be goodies to screw with your mind such as a Taste Perception Experiment created by the Irish Film Board and Oxford University. Or, if you really want to creep yourself out, there will be Black Mirror-esque live demonstrations of Oculus Rift virtual reality film, The Doghouse, where you join others in experiencing a short scene about a family meal though the eyes of one of the dinner guests. And then Jon Hamm gets you to admit to murder. / Olivia Rutter

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January 30 2015

End

where The New Theatre, 43 Essex Street East, Dublin 2
01 670 3361
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when 7:30pm

how much €15/€12

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The End

A beautifully passionate yet bleak enactment of one man’s final journey. Marcus Lamb, our storyteller for the evening, quietly forges an intimate relationship with his audience at The New Theatre. Narrating us along his wanderings through the vaguely familiar landscapes of his native town and countryside, he is met with kindness, cruelty and indifference. Stories that appear unbelievable often are; exposing the helplessness of a worn-out man, removed from a safe environment and spewed out onto the streets to fend for himself. Only if he decides to go on that is. Masked by the sharp wit of Beckett’s prose, sits a sorrow that interrupts our quiet laughs and makes us wonder where our compassion lies. Lamb compels us to consider the fragile and durable nature of the human spirit in this flawlessly executed hour-long performance. / Julieanne McMahon

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January 30 2015

Maxcooper

where Opium Rooms, Liberty Lane, behind Whelan's, Dublin 2.

when 10pm

how much €12

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Max Cooper

Human, Max Cooper's debut album, was released last year. With maturity, Cooper's love of minimalist, ethereal compositions is unapologetically brightening the canvas of his scientific scapes. His conceptual focus has developed from functionally good club tracks to a beautifully immersive representation of the human condition. This gradual development serves to strengthen Cooper's exquisite ability to feed human emotion. Euphoria and mournful reflection can become hot and sweaty in the listener's brain at the drop of a hat. This seemless juggling of feelings through detailed, calculated and challenging creations is what makes Cooper an exceptional producer. One day, he is bound to break restrictions to fulfill his creative potential, but for now he is still in touch with his club roots and this we shall enjoy. / Warren McCarthy

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