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Wednesday 7 December 2016

Ezra Furman's for the Academy

Ezra Furman
Ezra Furman

Due to demand, US musician Ezra Furman's Dublin show has been moved to the Academy.

The indie rocker, whose new album Perpetual Motion People was released earlier this month, was originally set to play The Workman's this autumn, but his October 20 show will now take place in the bigger venue.

Those who had tickets for The Workman's show are assured they will remain valid for The Academy headline gig. Tickets are priced at €14.35 and are on sale now from www.ticketmaster.ie

Surf's up in Skerries

Skerries will be transformed this weekend into an adventure hub packed full of activities as the annual Skerries Water Festival gets underway.

Tomorrow and Sunday, the seaside town will host a wide array of activities from noon onwards, including kite surfing, paddle boarding and beach fun including rugby, GAA, cricket and tennis.

Adventurous types of all ages are invited to grab a wetsuit and sign up for what promises to be a weekend to remember.

Families will also get to relax and take in some spectacular kite surfing displays. The event is one for foodies too, with delicious snacks available from the onsite tented food and craft village. For more information on this weekend's action-packed programme, visit www.visitskerries.ie

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