World Collaborations – REIJSEGER FRAANJE SYLLA – Nov 23rd

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“An Atheist, a Vegetarian and a Mussel Man” Ernst Reijseger – Cello Harmen Fraanje – Piano Mola Sylla – Vocals, M’bira, Xalam, Kongoma A world class trio of energetic, spiritual and incredibly talented musicians. This is one not to be missed. Myles O Reilly made a beautiful documentary on them which you should take the [...]

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Happiness for everyone on Nov 2nd

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“The way to Achieve happiness is to try for perfection that is impossible to achieve, and spend the rest of your life trying to achieve it.” Winston Churchill   We’ll be trying for our own happiness on Saturday 2nd as we host a screening of the Film of the same title. This is a Happenings [...]

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Pawel Grudzien every Wednesday

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Beautiful music by Pawel Grudzien every wednesday at 10am     Paweł is a classically trained pianist and composer. He currently studies jazz under a New York piano legend Dave Frank, himself a prominent student of Lennie Tristano. He explores many avenues and styles of piano performance, playing his own original pieces as well as [...]

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Finishing School Oct 22nd

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Gill & MacMillan and LeCool have teamed up to present a series of launches of some really great new Irish publications.   We have the pleasure of hosting one on Tuesday Oct 22nd for Lousie Hodgson’s ‘New Thinking New Ireland’ and Pat Whelan’s ‘The Irish Beef Book’. We’ll be working with a couple of recipes [...]

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Young Hearts on the Fringe -Sep 14th

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  Young Hearts Run Free will be coming back to the Fumbally on Saturday 14th as part of the Fringe Festival. All the usual loveliness and beautiful chaos from Siobhan Kane and friends. Kevin Barry, David O’Doherty, a radio presentation by Sounds Alive,  Caoimhín Ó’Raghallaigh & Nic Gareiss,  Tieranniesaur,  Come on Live Long,  Mossy Nolan [...]

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Fringe Trailblazing – sun 8th & sun 15th September

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Kathy Scott and Claire Mulvany have been inspiring Dublin since 2011 with their series of Trailblaze events. We still remember the first one we went to and the eyes wide, edge of their seats audience who all seemed to leave with a new idea or resolution brewing in their heads. They will be holding two [...]

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The Year of Magical Wanking – Sep 4th

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We’ve all been waiting for Neil to perform this show again…..and for one night only we are very honored that it will be taking place in The Fumbally.   Following its sell out Irish debut and critically acclaimed Australian tour 2012, The Year of Magical Wanking, this autobiographical tour de force voicing Neil’s unspeakable truth [...]

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This Is How We Fly – Apr 30th

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This Is How We Fly are an incredible collective of musicians. For those who are unfamiliar with them, expect beautiful arrangements for fiddle, clarinet, synths, percussion and toes. Ten toes and a pair of tap shoes are part and parcel of the band’s percussion!!   As with the End Is Nigh gig back in December, [...]

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Easter Rising – March 31st

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Young Hearts Run Free have been putting on inspiring music and literary events for the past 4 years – always in aid of the simon community and always in not so obvious spaces. Great to have them in the fumbally on this coming Easter Sunday. Music from the wonderful Alasdair Roberts, Peadair O’Riada and Mossy [...]

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Buffalo Woman – March 28th

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Neil Watkins is an Internationally acclaimed Poet and Playwright. He is. He is also likely to be serving you falafel and eggs on any given Saturday in the Fumbally, which is amazing really. Just like so many of our staff who all have these incredible talents that we are so privileged to see every now [...]

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