Upcoming events...

Channel Issue 10 — Launch May 23  / 7pm / Unit 44 / Free entry (No booking)

Issue 10 of Channel, a journal of eco-writing publishing poetry and prose in English and Irish that fosters reconnection with the living world, will launch with contributor readings, music by Ellie O'Neill and bespoke refreshments by Emily Iseult Duggan.  

Warning: Contributing artists are free to perform work of their choosing; some content may not be suitable for children



Body & Voice Unbound Workshop — Parallel Arts
May 23  / 7pm / Unit 44 / Early Bird (Register before the event): Adult 12, Student 8 | Walk-ins: Adult 15, Student 10

A carefully curated vocal and theatre workshop that will help you weave tales throughout the voice and body in practice and performance.

Parallel Arts is a new multidisciplinary duo (Parvathi Jayaram and Leah Mullen) , specialising in collaboration between dance, choreography, singing, and music composition, based in Dublin.


BEELOCATION — Patryk Lichota
May 25  / 8pm / Unit 44 / €10 (Concession: €5)

Dark beekeeper's concert for two theremins, motion sensor and light control… [VIDEO TEASER

Patryk Lichota is a musician, composer, improviser, radio producer, and curator. 

Warning: The performance contains intense flashes of light and may sometimes cause feelings of anxiety.

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An Evening with The Bohman Brothers
May 29  / 7.30pm / Unit 44 / €10 (Concession: €5)

A guide to Room Service 

The brothers play selections from their latest album, Room Service. Some brand new material and some old favourites. 

Performers:  Adam Bohman and  Jonathan Bohman. Almost antediluvian, The Bohman Brothers continue to wander this Earth with their ‘less than mono’ trademark sound.

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Improvisation for Self-playing Harp and Guitarn — Samuel Tschudin
June 1  / 8pm / Unit 44 / Pay as you can

AAt his very first concert in Ireland, guitarist and instrument builder Samuel Tschudin will improvise to and with his self-playing harp and Guitar.

For the concert at Unit 44, Samuel Tschudin works with rotating magnets to set the strings of the harp in vibration. He refers to the resulting soundscapes with the electric guitar and creates a unique dialogue between the automated harp and the guitar.

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Magnets, Muons, Metal — Brutalust
June 14  / 8pm / Unit 44 / Pay as you can

Piano and percussion duo Brutalust delve into the ethereal resonances of magnetic feedback and the deep drones of spring coils. 

Brutalust is Maria Sappho and Colin Frank

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