Show Patrol

 
 

January 18th

The Wizard of Oz – The Mill Theatre – €16
January 19th

Laugh Out Loud – Anseo – €5/€8

The Phantom Band – Whelan’s – €15

January 20th

PJ Gallagher – Swords Comedy Club – €12/€15

Jinx Lennon – Whelan’s – €10

January 21st

Alice in Funderland – Project Arts Centre – €6/€8

Tommy Tiernan – Vicar Street – €35

Nouvelle Vague – Tripod – €20/€24.50

January 22nd

Ani Di Franco – National Concert Hall – €34.50

Adam Beyer – Tripod – €20

January 23rd

Capital Comedy Club – Ha’penny Bridge Inn – €4

Fossett’s Christmas Circus – Pavillions Shopping Centre – €10

January 24th

Madison Violet – Whelan’s – €12.50

Teddy Thompson – The Academy – €20

January 25th

Justin Townes Earle – Whelan’s – €20

All My Sons – The Mill Theatre – €15/€18

January 26th

Jeff the Brotherhood – Crawdaddy – €13
January 27th

Joe Pug – Whelan’s – €15

January 28th

DJ Redwood – The Academy – €20

Jason Byrne – Draíocht Arts Centre – €16/€20

January 29th

A Day to Remember – The Academy – €25.50

Revolver play Revolver – Whelan’s – €15

January 30th

Sleeping Beauty – Lambert Puppet Theatre – €11/€13
January 31st

Imelda May – Vicar Street – €35

The Blind Boys of Alabama – National Concert Hall – €22/€48
Jarleth Regan – The Woolshed – €5

Gig of the Fortnight: Strictly Come Dancing Live Tour

January 28th – The O2 – €45/€106.25
Hardcore fans will relish the opportunity to behold the spectacular show in all its sequined glory. Where else will you see an Olympian, a Corrie Actress, an MP and a psychologist in luminous pink leotards? After this experience you will struggle not to waltz up and down the concourse. If you want to make your mammy eternally happy, bring them to see the Guinness Book of World Records’ most successful reality TV show. Can you think of a more delightful way to beat the January blues?

– Rachel Heavey

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