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Tuesday 22 August 2017

Calum does the town

Calum Best. Photo: Brian McEvoy
Calum Best. Photo: Brian McEvoy

IT WAS quite the weekend for reality TV star and renowned ladies' man Calum Best, who partied in not one, but three capital nightclubs.

Calum started the weekend early on Thursday as he kicked things off in celeb hotspot Lillie's Bordello before making his way to new Harcourt Street venue Everleigh Garden, where he was enjoying the attention from a bevy of ladies. The Celebrity Salon graduate then continued the party at Krystle on Saturday where he was joined by a group of pals from the UK. Meanwhile, Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison paid Everleigh Garden a visit while in town for her sister's 22nd birthday.

- DJ David McGoff will open a section at the Electric Picnic Festival next weekend after winning a competition in the capital.

The Kildare tune-spinner took the top prize of performing first at Casa Bacardi on the opening night of EP, next Friday, August 30.

David wowed hundreds of festival-goers and music fans during an exclusive preview gig in Dublin's Sugar Club last Friday.

Dublin's newest and quirkiest drinks venue opens tonight amid a flurry of swirling carpets and mosaic tiling. The Liquor Rooms on Wellington Quay will serve an extensive selection of the finest libations as guests enter the candle-lit cavern for a night of music and nibbles.

- Don't miss your last chance to sample music cultures from all over the world as the Northside Music Festival approaches its climax.

The free music extravaganza has been running through August as it showcases music styles from around the globe, including Irish trad, reggae, rock, and hip-hop.

- Move over Tommy, comic sister Eleanor Tiernan will take centre stage when she fronts the Capital Comedy Club in the city centre tonight.

Taking place at the Ha'penny Bridge Inn, Eleanor will be joined by some of the fastest rising comedy talent in the country.

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