Category Archives: Dublin

This Week

A quick post with a few links for this week: On a non-musical note, I’ve been crafting again! These are some red heart garlands – I’ve made some green ones for an ‘alternative’ Paddies’ Day party I’m heading to in … Continue reading

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A trim Fringe for 2010

A serious lack of time and funds this year means that I’m not going to be able to get to as many Absolute Fringe events as I’d like to this year, but I just arrived back from Copenhagen (more anon!) … Continue reading

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Music in The Historic Quarter

The CMC are presenting a new programme, Music in the Historic Quarter, launching this Friday and based around the music and cultural organisations based at the Christ Church end of Temple Bar – the recently titled “historic quarter”. There are quite … Continue reading

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Blog this…

I have a load of emails in my inbox with the subject line “Blog this”, which are meant to remind me to follow up on something or other. I don’t always get around to blogging the notes I sent, but … Continue reading

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Culture Notes

So I found a little while to write a quick blog post while chatting with my brother (while he torments some sort of ghost army in Wolfenstein so the chat is really me talking and him shouting “OH MY GOD, where … Continue reading

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Gig reviews

I’m going to hold off on writing about the Crash Ensemble gig on Friday last for a few days as I forgot to pick up a programme at the performance in Samuel Beckett. I’d rather not go into it without the … Continue reading

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Dublin living

As  much as I talk about missing the country and spending a lot of time on trains up and down to Tipp/Sligo/Cork I still adore living in this city and this morning was a prefect example of why. I had … Continue reading

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