The Evil B'stards
Seeds Of 77
Who Killed Nancy Johnson?
Zero Tolerance
(A Punk Rock Xmas Cracker)
Dublin Castle
Sun 15 December
Dublin Castle
Fri 20 December
Dublin Castle
Sat 28 December
Rock N Roll Book Club
Mo Foster
British Rock Guitar
(The First 50 Years, the Musicians and Their Stories)
Dublin Castle
Wed 8 January
Dublin Castle
Sun 26 January
Grrrlesque! Burlesque!! Pogue Mahone! It's Christmas...

The Dublin Castle
Friday 13th December
Starsha Lee/The Weird Things/PollyPikPocketz/Roxanne Fontanna/Grrrlesque Burlesque!
Get Cheap Tickets Here

This fabulous image is of burlesque madame supreme Rachel Darq, who will be bumping and grinding with her troupe of guy (singular) and gals for Grrrlesque Burlesque in The Dublin this Friday 13th December. Myura and Frog from PollyPikPocketz are the the marvelous Muthafuckaz in Bugbear’s guest slot on the most recent edition of ‘Tales Of The Toilet Circuit’ out of Boogaloo Radio. Click upon Rachel’s pic for erudtion and ace tunes. Including part 2 of Glam Vs Punk with Julie Hamill off the back of our recent Rock N Roll Book Club assignment with the one and only Don Powell of Slade. We’re not worthy Part 94… Expect strong women doing their thing, nipple tassles afire and fierce female punk rock cum burlesque show that will tear Father Xmas a new one!

Saturday 21st December
The Dublin Castle
The Pogue Traders/Paul ‘Mad Dog’McGuinness/Polarized Eyes/Adam Masterson
Limited Tickets Available On The Door 7.30pm

The Pogue Traders conclude their ‘In The Bleak Mid Winter’ tour with a must catch Christmas hoolie in The Dublin Castle. A marriage made in heaven, The Dublin and The Pogue Traders is truly the finest festive hoedown you could hope for. If you love the music of The Pogues have no fear, it’s in extremely good hands with these boys and girl. They play a wide selection of classics from all eras of Shane McGowan and company’s illustrious back catalogue, and do it so incredibly well you don’t know whether to dance, laugh or cry. Or drink… heavily… if responsibly. About as good a night out as you could hope for. Tonight you are also party to a special appearance from Paul “Maddog” McGuiness from The Popes (Shane McGowans post Pogues band) plus Polarized Eyes, who BBC 6Music legend Tom Robinson described as “Lofi high energy punk rock”. Mere teens who play superb spritely guitar pop. Adam Masterson opens proceedings from 7.30pm, the New York based singer songwriter excels in gnarly tune laden pop rock with a bohemian bounce, and yerman has played with a plethora of the Great and the Good. DJs til 2am, so party hearty.



News Archive