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Saturday 20 October 2018

FFF Irish artists Paul Brady, The Stunning, Frances Black and Big September will take to the stage at the Olympia Theatre to raise money for Palestine. The Gig For Gaza will take place on Sunday, September 21. All monies raised on the night will be donated to Amnesty International for funds in Gaza. Admission is €30, and tickets are available from all Ticketmaster outlets.

FFF Irish artists Paul Brady, The Stunning, Frances Black and Big September will take to the stage at the Olympia Theatre to raise money for Palestine. The Gig For Gaza will take place on Sunday, September 21. All monies raised on the night will be donated to Amnesty International for funds in Gaza. Admission is €30, and tickets are available from all Ticketmaster outlets.

FFF Ever wanted a behind-the-scenes peak on what it's like being an actor? Well now you can, with the new production of B(r)itches as part of the Tiger Fringe Festival. The play will run from September 16 to 20 at the Project Arts Centre in Temple Bar. Tickets are €15 and are available from www.fringefest.com and the Project Arts Centre.

FFF Craft beer afficionados take note: the Irish Craft Beer & Cider Festival returns to the RDS from September 4 to 7. There will be master classes and Q & A sessions about different Irish craft beers and ciders and foods. Tickets start at €10 and are available from www.eventbrite.com.

FFF Dublin singer-songwriter Gavin James will be supporting James Blunt on the Dublin date of his Moon Landing 2014 World Tour at the O2 on November 20. Gavin has won the Irish Choice Music Prize Award. Tickets are €44.05 and are available from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

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