Five things to do this week

1|theatre|LOVE, PEACE AND ROBBERY

MONDAY: The return of court reporter Liam Heylin’s tale of hapless criminals combines both hilarity and poignancy. Until August 2.

GO: www.everymancork.com

2|musical|SHOW BOAT

TUESDAY: A big budget South African version of the classic show is sure to underline the racial elements to the story. Until August 2.

GO: www.bordgaisenergytheatre.ie/

3|art|FIELDWORKS/LEARNING ZOO

THURSDAY:This new double exhibition at the Glucksman at UCC has a section on animal habits in contemporary art, as well as samples of the college’s zoology collection.

GO: www.glucksman.org

4|festival|SPRAOI

FRIDAY: Three days of fun in Waterford will reach its highpoint with the spectacular annual parade.

GO: www.spraoi.com

5|dance music|LTJ BUKEM

FRIDAY: The drum’n’bass innovator is still doing his thing, though he will probably be showing some of his jazz influences at Dublin’s Twisted Pepper.

GO: www.bodytonicmusic.com


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