Music is the brandy of the damned – a music & arts series

A celebration of Ireland’s creatives with a 3 week visual art exhibition aided with music, film and discussion panels exploring art within the music sector.

All events are free entry but limited capacity – sign up to our mailing list below for early access to bookings

⚡️Every Thursday – Saturday⚡️

From September 16th – October 2nd 

📍The Basement of the Bernard Shaw

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3 weeks of Music, Art, Film and Discussion 

Thursdays: Panels hosted by District Mag

Fridays & Saturdays: Exhibition, Film and Music

 

All events are limited capacity. Sign up for pre-access to bookings below

We created a playlist of our most memorable tunes within Shaw history – the last tune ever played at our old location, tunes from memorable gigs,  favourite tunes from Bodytonic pals, that one tune that was rinsed on speakers that you wished you’d never hear again…

The exhibition will comprise of 12 visual artists who will choose one song from this playlist to base their piece.

The medium for the exhibition – disco balls.

Painted. Sprayed. Destroyed. Smashed on the floor, Pinned to the Wall. Whatever is felt from the chosen song. Muralists will paint chosen walls around the Bernard Shaw and Eatyard – a classic graff jam like the good old times.

 

Check out the Line up below

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Music

Art

Discussion

Health & Safety ❤️
 In line with Irish Government guidance — there will be a number of measures in place to keep everyone safe, and these rules will be strictly enforced. Please read below:
Please wear a mask when travelling to, and queuing for the venue. Wear your mask when travelling around the venue, and making toilet trips to & from your table/booked area.
We will have face masks, general face masks and hand sanitiser bottles on sale, if you wish to purchase or you have forgotten yours. Hand sanitation stations will be positioned around the place too, and we advise you use them, every 30 minutes.
All groups must arrive together, and be seated at the same time, together. If people in your group are arriving late, it will delay us being able to seat you.
All guests will be asked to sanitise their hands upon entry to the venue.
Hand washing facilities are in all toilets and there are several sanitiser stations set up around the venue – please make use of them!
You can order food and drink via your mobile phone, through the vendors or via our floor crew. QR codes and mobile friendly web links will be on all tables, so you can read menu’s on your mobile phone for increased safety.
Keep to your own table area if you are attending the seated music portion of the event. We cannot allow tables to join together, and its important you stay in your area, to maintain socially distant bubbles.
Finally, have fun – but please do respect everyone’s personal space, including fellow party goers and our crew.

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