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Going out? Here are some things to do this Bank Holiday weekend
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IT’S A BANK Holiday and for many of us, that means a glorious three-day weekend.

If you haven’t already made your plans, let us give you a hand.

Here’s some of what’s on around the country:

Dublin

Saturday:

Klingande, The Olympia Theatre, 7.30pm, €23.90

Shonen Knife, Whelans, 8pm,  €16

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Andrew Bird, Vicar Street, 7.30pm, €28

Guys and Dolls, Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, 7.30pm, €20-€55

Tina’s Idea of Fun, Peacock Theatre, 8pm, €13/€20

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Gate Theatre, 8pm, €27

Today is International Jazz Day and there will be events across the city, including a jazz trail starting at Nearys on Chatham Street at 4pm. For more information, call 087 287 8755.

Sunday:

Tell Me On A Sunday, Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, 7.30pm, €20-€45

The Video Games Live Concert, Convention Centre, 7pm, €50-€80

Monday:

The Dublin Gay Theatre Festival kicks off, running until 15 May.

Limerick

Saturday:

Annie Get Your Gun, University Concert Hall, 7.30pm, €21

Sunday:

Hermitage Green, The Big Top, 7.30pm, €23

Monday:

Tea Dancing, Fitzgerald’s Woodlands Hotel, 3.30pm, €10

Riverfest will see 40,000 come to the city over the weekend to see some of the world’s top watersports performers. It takes place all weekend.

Cork

Saturday:

Le Galaxie, Connolly’s of Leap, 8pm, €17

Declan O’Rourke, White Horse, Ballincollig, 8pm, €20

The Plough and The Stars, Opera House, 2.30pm/8pm, €25/€35

David McSavage, Everyman Palace, 8pm, €22

Sunday:

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Jeffrey Lewis, Connolly’s of Leap, 8pm,  €13

Starman, Everyman Palace, 7.30pm, €15

Rebecca Storm, Opera House, 8pm, €25/€33

Monday:

Grant Lee Philips, Cyprus Avenue, 8pm, €22.50

The Magic of Motown, Opera House, 8pm, €32

Galway

Saturday:

Sisters of the Rising, Nun’s Island, 2pm, €12

Dreams Under The Roof, McNally Theatre, 12pm, €12

Sunday:

Family Fun Day, Edward Square, 12pm, Free

Monday:

Mary Mary Mary, An Taibhdhearc, 8pm, €12

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