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And another week of rockin’ Greystones gigs isready for your tender, loving care.

All you’ve got to do is, you know, just go outside that door. For one night.

For those who like to start their weekends early, Tuesday boasts a fine trad sessions in Dann’s whilst on Wednesdays, it’s songs around the campfire in The Horse & Hound. And if that don’t quite float your boat enough, the mighty Ger Doyle will be down at the harbour for his long-standing Thursday night residency too.

When Thursday night kicks in, the PSYCHEDELIC SESSIONS kick off at Molly’s in Kilcoole, budding rock giants invited to test their material at this open mic night run by CATHERINE SIMPSON SCHEFTER, alias Cat Fury, baby! Call 0863671314 for further details.

The big one tonight is THE EMMA & JULIE SHOW [above, left] at The Whale, the viral sensations bringing the funny to Greystones. About time!

On Friday, Big Muddy gets rockin’ at Dann’s – whilst upstairs in The Hot Spot, eh, nothing. 

Making sure our joints are rockin’ on a Saturday night, Something Else are rockin’ The Beach House, whilst it’s Jumper Night with DJ Darren from 10pm over at Lee’s of KilcooleNice. Even better, those North Wicklow filmmakers No WiFi have the third of their new short film showcases at The Whale, from 8pm.

There’s also The People’s Front Of Ikea and their End Of World Disco on from 8pm at The Hot Spot. Move it!

On Sunday, you can choose between Grand Hippy Central at The Hot Spot, as they have another lazy, hazy open folkie session from 4.30pm, whilst for the kids, the madcap Reuben bringing his many, many years of magic and mayhem for kids to The Whale for a 4pm matinee. Do it!

As always, don’t forget to check The Whale – including Greystones Film Club goodies and those live satellite link-ups – and The Hot Spot for all the groovy gigs coming up over the coming weeks, plus, of, course, perhaps the finest bar on the planet, The Harbour Bar, which is always free, always groovy, and always should have been built in Greystones. 

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