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March 03 2015

Tuneyards

where Vicar Street, 58-59 Thomas Street, Dublin 2.
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when 7:30om

how much €22

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tUnE-yArDs

tUnE-yArds, the project of bubblegum-bright Merill Garbus, doesn't just have an overly stylized moniker, but also a musical smorgasbord of ingredients that find themselves mixed into catchy, helium-high, Afro-pop tunes. Looping and layering live sounds, it's as far from KT Tunstall's Black Horse and the Cherry Tree as you can get. The vocals are hyperactive, leading a chorus, while a sturdy drum and reliance on interesting percussiveness make You Yes You and Water Fountain the kinds of tunes that can sustain you during that 10pm slump at music festivals. This performance will be bright and loud, so come armed with glitter guns. / Kate Coleman

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March 03 2015

Searchplay

where Smock Alley Theatre, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
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when Until 5 March

how much €12/10

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Search

Search is new science fiction play by Dublin theatre stalwart, Sarah Ahern, whose semi-autobiographical work Franken 20 enchanted audiences at last year’s Collaborations Festival with its honest portrayal of life as a 20 year old Irish girl traveling alone for the first time. A different kettle of sardines altogether then, as Search sees three women (sort of), traveling through space in a mission to mine hydrogen from distant stars in order to return to earth and, in turn, save the human species. As ever, collaborations showcases two new pieces of theatre side by side. Also on the bill is Drawing Crosses on a Dusty Windowpane by Dylan Coburn Gray, who won the Fishamble Best New Writing Award for his pay Boys and Girls in 2013. Collaborations runs February 18th to March 7th. / Dave Desmond

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March 04 2015

Tomhunter

where Green on Red, Park lane, rear of apartments, Spencer Dock, Dublin 1.

when Until 28 March

how much Free

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Axis Mundi & Bathing Places

The Green On Red Gallery in its new Spencer Dock location hosts the opening of Tom Hunter’s fourth solo exhibition, Axis Mundi & Bathing Places, Dublin Bay. The show consists of two separate bodies of work, one made in the last two years in the artist’s native England, the other made during his residency at IMMA in 2006. Hunter is best known for his honest, relatable photographs of life around his home of Hackney in East London, which were composed to echo paintings from the collection of the National Gallery in London. The photos from Sandycove and Seapoint were shot using a large-format, pin-hole camera, which gives a dreamy distortion and bend. They’re all shot from the perspective of a bather at the top of the steps which disappear in to the snotgreen, scrotumtightening sea. / Olivia Rutter.

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