IT received rave reviews and sell-out shows, and now it's your last chance to catch puppet musical Monster/Clock at Smock Alley Theatre.
The show has been described by as a 'stand-alone triumph' and stars some of Ireland's hottest young actors including Camille Ross and Aaron Heffernan.
It tells the story of Toby, a monster and apprentice watchmaker whose world is blown apart by a raid on his workshop. Monster/Clock runs this week at 7.30pm.
• BRACE yourselves – bad boy Frankie Cocozza is hitting town this week.
The former X Factor contestant – who got kicked out of the show for his raucous behaviour and later appeared on Celebrity Big Brother – will play The Academy tonight.
• INDIE designing duo and brothers Jonathan and Mark Legge are known for their quirky online store Makers & Brothers.
They're also known for setting up a pop-up shop in their parents' back garden every Christmas; selling oak chairs and sheepskin throws while serving up hot spiced apple juice.
From April 9, the brothers will be selling their specialised Irish craft in the Living section of BTs.
• TOMMY Tiernan's manic and electric stand-up is one of a kind.
And on Thursday, the outrageous comic is hitting the stage at Vicar Street with his acclaimed show Stray Sod.
The show has been described as "joyous, uplifting, with the touch of an eejit".
Tommy performs the Olympia at 8.30pm.
• R'n'B bad girl, 90s lover and Rita Ora's arch nemesis Azelia Banks will play Dublin this June.
The New York singer made waves with her controversial and catchy song 212 and is known for getting in high-profile spats with other A-listers.
She plays the Academy on June 26.
• CALLING all shoppers with a serious shoe addiction.
Her uncle is no other than Jimmy Choo and Lucy Chaoi is fast becoming fashion's hottest young thing. Her designs are now available in Arnott's Shoe Garden.