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Saturday 16 December 2017

hhh Music fans should watch out for Hudson Taylor's new single. Chasing Rubies' is the latest in a string of stirring folk-pop songs released by brothers Harry and Alfie. The young Dublin duo started busking on Grafton Street and have gone on to great success with hits like Battles and Drop of Smoke. The brothers have been making waves in the UK with support from BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe and Fearne Cotton and will be supporting Jake Bugg on his tour this autumn.

hhh Music fans should watch out for Hudson Taylor's new single. Chasing Rubies' is the latest in a string of stirring folk-pop songs released by brothers Harry and Alfie. The young Dublin duo started busking on Grafton Street and have gone on to great success with hits like Battles and Drop of Smoke. The brothers have been making waves in the UK with support from BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe and Fearne Cotton and will be supporting Jake Bugg on his tour this autumn.

hhh Steven Berkoff is presenting his latest play, the Actor's Lament at Dublin's Gaiety Theatre until September 6. The play describes the bizarre lives of actors and is about the stories that lie behind the passions and aggravations of being a performer. Tickets are from €20 are available from The Gaiety Theatre and Ticketmaster outlets.

hhh A more unusual addition to the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival, Songs From A Car Park is an evocative, cinematic play that will be using the rooftops of Dublin's multi-storey car parks as its stage. The play will be presented on the rooftop of The Square Tallaght car park on September 7 and on Drury Street's Park Rite Car Park on September 12, 13 and 14. Tickets are €14 and are available from www.fringefest.com.

hhh The Dublin Theatre Festival and The Ark, Temple Bar have teamed up to present a series of productions that will appeal to family audiences. The Family Season is a much-loved part of the festival's annual celebration of theatre and makes sure that young audiences and families are put centre stage.

The shows will be on at The Ark from September 27 to October 9 and tickets are available from www.theark.ie and the Dublin Theatre Festival Box Office on Essex Street in Temple Bar.

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