Petal To The MetalJuly 12, 2019
Colour Me ScarletJuly 11, 2019
Listen up, feckers, this week, Dylan’s going eclectic, with a real oddball ragbag of Greystones goodies on offer.
So, get yourself connected, erected, elected, and get out that door.
Leading the way, as always, there are three diddley-aye fixes available each week – Tuesday’s open session in Dann’s, Brian Farrell and co gathering around the Horse fire on Wednesdays, and Ger Doyle caught in fiddle-driven time warp every Thursday in Dann’s. Forever. And ever.
On Thursday, TransGreystones will be premiering their debut film, Let Your Colours Run Free, at The Whale theatre, this revealing and heartfelt documentary charting the brave new world that these local trailblazers have forged. Tickets are €10, and kick-off is 8pm…
To make sure your Friday night is a-boppin’, Big Muddy will be country-rockin’ the bejiggers out of Dann’s, whilst over at The Whale, the bould Westlife are being beamed live via satellite from Croke Park. Boom!
Making sure that your joints are rockin’ on a Saturday night, over in sunny Kilcoole, they have Dream House at Lee’s, The Banned are in The Beach House, and over in Pluck’s, they have folkie fecker Pat Kelly. Who flew in all the way from Kilmacanogue.
The big one on Saturday sees The Bear Paw giving itself over to a certain French classic, Amélie being screened at The Whale downstairs at 9pm, following a nosh-up at Claire’s place. The meal is sold out, but you can still join in the fun by grabbing a €10 ticket to this big-screen delicacy.
On Sunday afternoon at The Hot Spot, it’s Pat’s Afternoon Session, kicking off at 5pm and winding down around 1974.
As always, don’t forget to check out The Whale (including Greystones Film Club goodies and that Amélie night on July 20th), Pluck’s, and The Hot Spot for all the groovy gigs happening over the coming weeks – plus, of course, the finest bar on the planet, The Harbour Bar.