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U2 frontman Bono is expected to attend tonight's unveiling of the latest work from artist Guggi.

The long-haired painter will be holding court in the Kerlin Gallery in Anne's Lane for his first Dublin exhibition in more than four years

The former Virgin Prunes musician will also be drawing inspiration from his time with the former punk band, whose members included Bono, and he'll be also showing off iconic photos from its heyday.

•AFTER making an energetic debut in 2012, the Meteor Camden Crawl Dublin will be returning.

Taking place over the May Bank Holiday weekend, from May 3 to 5, more than 150 Irish and international acts have been added to the bill.

The event will take place across more than 15 of Dublin's best-known music venues, from Camden Street to Temple Bar -- including Whelan's of Wexford Street and the Button Factory.

Among those organising the event are Today FM's Paul McCloone, Hidden Agenda and Other Voices.

There will also be a number of comedy acts. Limited tickets costing from €1 to €10 will be available for members of Camden Crawl Dublin and Meteor databases and social networks. General ticket prices start at €40.

•NEXT month will see Vicar Street hosting the first ever Comic Relief event.

This is the first time the star-studded fundraiser has come to Ireland and will see 20pc of the proceeds going towards Our Lady's Children's Hospital Crumlin.

Taking place on February 28 and called Comic Relief Does Dublin, guests will be taking to the stage at Vicar Street for the good cause.

Artists including Paddy Casey, Keywest, Bipolar Empire, Walking on Cars as well as UK comedian Joel Dommett. Tickets cost €17 are on sale now.

•THE newest venture by Krystle's former manager Conor Buckley and Everleigh Gardens appears to be holding its own when it comes to Dublin's fickle club scene.

Details have just been announced of its new club night, Garden Party, which will take place every Thursday and Friday evening at the Harcourt Street club.