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March 29th

James Blake – Whelan’s – €15

March 30th

Grant Hart (Husker Du) – The Workman’s club – €12

The Frames – Vicar Street – €30

Elbow – The O2 – €44.20

Roisin O – Whelan’s – €10

April 1st

Dum Dum Girls – Whelan’s – €17.50

Inspirations in aid of Barretstown Feat Glen Hansard – Olympia Theatre – €30

Modfest – The Village – €49.50

April 2nd

The Blackout – The Academy – €18.50

Westlife – The O2 – €54.80

The Saw Doctors – Olympia Theatre – €24

April 3rd

Japanese Voyeurs – Academy 2 – €13.50

Noah and the Whale – Whelan’s – €18

April 4th

McFly – The O2 – €39.20

April 5th

Children of Bodom plus guests – Vicar Street – €35.50

April 6th

Bowling for Soup – The Academy – €25

Bell X1 – Vicar Street – €33.60

April 7th

Cloud Control – Academy 2 – €13.50

Jessie J – The Academy – €14.50

Ryan Sheridan – Whelan’s – €12

Hamell on Trial – The Sugar Club – €15

April 8th

Esben and the Witch – Crawdaddy – €14

Artificial Intelligence – The Twisted Pepper – €11.80

April 9th

Today is the Day – Whelan’s – €21

Portugal the Man – Academy 2 – €13.50

Brooke Fraser – The Sugar Club – €13.50

The Unthanks – Vicar Street – €25

April 10th

Clare Maguire – The Sugar Club – €15

The Low Anthem – Vicar Street – €21

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Gig of the Fortnight: Noah and the Whale

April 3rd – Whelan’s – €18

With their latest album, Last Days on Earth, under their belt, indie-folk band Noah and the Whale will be playing both Whelan’s and the Academy this April.

They’ll be playing the collection from Last Night On Earth including the single ‘L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N.’, which reached number one in the NME chart.

Their latest offering presents a more upbeat and cheerful sound in comparison to their 2009 album, The First Days of Spring, which focused more on the breakup experienced between lead singer Charlie Fink and former member Laura Marling.

With them showcasing new material since The First Days of Spring, catch them before they play Oxegen this summer.

– Laura O’Connor

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