5 things to do this week

FIVE REALLY COOL THINGS TO BRIGHTNE UP YOUR WEEK

1|music|

ROYAL BLOOD

TODAY:

The blues rock duo won the best British band at the recent Brit Awards, and play two nights at the Olympia in Dublin.

GO:

www.olympia.ie 

2|theatre|

WITNESS

TUESDAY:

Kate Stanley Brennan stars in a play by Ballydehob-based Carmel Winters that was adapted from her film, Snap.

GO:

Until Saturday, www.everymancork.com 

3|theatre|

DEATH OF A COMEDIAN

TUESDAY:

Owen McCafferty’s new play follows a stand-up comedian who seems to be going the right way in the fame game.

GO:

Until April 4, www.abbeytheatre.ie 

4|music|

ALL WE ARE

FRIDAY:

Corkman Rich O’Flynn

returns to his hometown as part of a Liverpool-based trio that have been getting plaudits in all the right places.

GO:

www.cyprusavenue.ie 

5|music|

KILFENORA CÉILÍ BAND

SATURDAY:

Get the St Patrick’s Day celebrations off to an early start and strut your stuff at Cork Opera House for the world’s most famous céilí band.

GO:

www.corkoperahouse.ie 

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