5 things to do this week

Don’t miss out on the great hings going on this week.

1|Cinema|

THE WOLF PACK

Superb documentary on bunch of cinema-obsessed immigrant brothers in New York who were never allowed leave their house.

  • Triskel, Cork; Light House, Dublin

2|album|

LANA DEL REY – HONEYMOON

Lana herself has been hands-on production wise for her fourth album, and from what we’ve heard so far it won’t be a huge departure from previous work. That’s probably no bad thing.

3|music|

SOUNDS FROM A SAFE HARBOUR

Thursday’s opening gig from The Gloaming is long sold out, but there are tickets left for most of the other events at this four-day feast of music in Cork.

4|TV|

LATER LIVE WITH JOOLS

Foals, Rickie Lee Jones and Disclosure with Sam Smith feature on the first episode of the new series.

  • Wednesday, BBC Two, 10pm

5|event|

CULTURE NIGHT

The annual extravaganza of free arts events takes place on Friday in various venues around the country. There really is something for everyone.


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