Directed by Andrew Flynn, this exciting new production of The Lieutenant of Inishmore is now on at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin. The run has been extended due to demand, but hurry, it ends 14th March.
Irish Mail On Sunday
The Road To The Great Escape will come to Dublin in the days leading up to The Great Escape new music festival and conference in Brighton. With two-day events taking place in multiple venues across Dublin (Academy 2, The Grand Social, Lost Lane, Tramline) on 11-12 May 2020, up to 30 emerging artists spanning a vast array of genres will perform before they make their way to the English South coast for The Great Escape itself, which takes place from 13-16 May 2020.
The line-up for Dublin’s The Road To The Great Escape has now been announced. The event showcases a plethora of brilliant emerging artists including homegrown acts Malaki and April, alongside Scottish singer-songwriter Aaron Smith, Blackpool experimental punks Strange Bones, and the enigmatic indie alternative guru Oscar Lang.
The initial line-up is below:
HOUSE OF PHARAOHS
LUCIA & THE BEST BOYS
THE PALE WHITE
TEEN JESUS AND THE JEAN TEASERS
“Glasgow and Dublin are hotbeds for new music, and we are delighted to reflect this at The Road To The Great Escape. We are incredibly excited by the range of acts we’ve selected. This is one not to be missed!” – Rory Bett, CEO MAMA Festivals
The Road To The Great Escape will showcase new and upcoming artists from across the Globe. Tickets go on sale Friday 24 January from 9am.