5 Things To Do In Dublin Tonight If You're Not Ready For The Sesh To End

My liver is telling me no. But my body, my body's telling me sesh. ​

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The Paddy's long weekend sesh will never end. 

We've been drinking since 5pm Thursday and feel positively alive. 

The sun is shining, we've beers in the fridge and our wallets are not yet 100% empty. 

Go fourth, and plan your Sunday sesh. 

1. The Karaoke Club — Workmans 

Karaoke plus 80s,90s,00s 'Guilty Pleasures' by Colin Devine on the first floor. 

Yes plz. 

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2. Pyg Sundays 

Absolutely lethal but the ultimate way to kick-start a new week. 

Two for one cocktails, 40% off all drinks and music from 6pm. 

G'wan. 

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3. The Man From Moogaga — Grand Social

You may recognise Aindrias de Staic from the telly — he's a presenter, comic artist, actor (The Hardy Bucks), storyteller and musician. 

See him at his finest in his one-man comedy show that’s difficult to define but impossible to match as he celebrates Moogaga’s radio debut with The Latchikos!

Kicking off from 8pm in The Grand Social, tickets are €15 and you can get them here

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4. The Rock Tenors — The Sugar Club 

Rock and classical collide as this amazing new rock group take you on a high-speed, roller coaster ride with unbelievable rock/classical mash ups and huge rock medleys. 

Sounds like a buzz. 

Tickets €20 plus booking fee. Doors 7.30pm. 

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5. The Dublin Blues Cartel — Whelan's 

These fellas will be playing the front bar from 10.30pm. 

They play a mash-up of New Orleans R’n’B with a classic rock twist, sandwiched with swing, Rock’n’Roll, Soul, Funk, Blues and rap of all eras. 

Their sets consist of radical re-workings of well known R’n’B standards which segue into lengthy improvisations that are one minute, blues jazz crescendo, the next a funk dervish, one minute a pyschedelic freak out, next a country boogie twist, the next a dark ascension of Wagnerian majesty.

No cover charge

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Written By

Alana Laverty

Just a Galway gal eating and writing her way around Dublin alana@lovin.com / @alanalav

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