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Thu, 23 Mar


Dublin 1

The Craic Club- 5 Lamps Art Festival

Expect Caberet, Music, Dance and more at this prestigious and bold festival

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The Craic Club- 5 Lamps Art Festival
The Craic Club- 5 Lamps Art Festival

Time & Location

23 Mar 2023, 20:00 – 23:00

Dublin 1, 35 Liffey St. Lower, North City, Dublin 1, D01 C3N0, Ireland

About The Event

The Craic Club

This diverse and inclusive event promises to be a unique and unforgettable experience, showcasing the skills of talented artists from different backgrounds. With a lively atmosphere, great craic, and a range of captivating performances, don’t miss out on this opportunity to celebrate the arts and be a part of an exceptional evening at the Five Lamps Arts Festival.

Marian Mary the 6th

Nominated for best performer in the Dublin Fringe and fresh from the semi-finals of NADC London, Marian Mary the 6th, confirmation name Jane, Ireland’s number 1 Eucharistic Minisister, is a guitar-playing, knee praying, sexy virgin, riddled with catholic quilt..and herpes, With her trusty guitar, Bridget Bernadette, she blends a unique style of music and comedy with a political twist exploring what it means to be Irish. Usually busy administrating the body oddy in theatres, basements and festivals, you can also see her hosting “Songs of Theys” and “Gayli” in East London’s “The Glory”.


Bonnie Boux

Booty Poppin, Irish Jig Hoppin and Slut dropping Bonnie Boux snatches hearts with her intoxicating mix of the Classic Burlesque style and Hip Hop vibes fused with her comedic timing that is second to none. Bonnie takes inspiration on and off stage by her mantra, “Dance Yourself Free…‘ Spreading this message along with the importance of Self Love through movement to her students is a passion and a life purpose to Miss Boux, and lockdown saw Bonnie on national television sharing some of her dance moves as part of the Mind Yourself Campaign.

Miss Burlesque Ireland 2022 and 2017 and Top 30 European Queen of Burlesque 2019, Bonnie has been travelling all over, bringing her Irish charm to European stages.


Lapree Lala and South Side Moves

SouthSide Moves is a fun and supportive dance brand community that provides a space for expression and a network of other collaborative creatives and dance professionals, Their performance is called Piano, a variation of South African dance styles.

@southsidemoves, @luntu_love , @godanceforchange

Reylta Music, Folk Singer-Songwriter

Reylta is a singer-songwriter from Galway. Her music combines sweet and lamenting sounds with a dark perspective. She is deeply connected with Irish traditions and heritage – the poetry, the music, the landscape and the storytelling. These influences have nurtured a unique and haunting perspective, illuminated through poetic lyrics, luscious string arrangements and rich choral harmonies.

Reylta released ‘Semi Detached to The Flats’ in Feb 2021, a song dedicated to her time living near the Five Lamps in North Inner City Dublin. She has finished recording her first album, and her newest single, Lucifers Love, Is out now.

Pablo Santos

Pablo Santo is a Brazilian DJ based in Dublin. Pablo’s work consists of exploring and promoting Latin music. He consistently visits his music background bringing Brazilian music’s genuine rhythms and flavours. Regardless if the music is old or a new hit, you’ll probably hear it in his DJ sets, He is also the co-owner of the Different Rhythm music collective, which has featured in almost every festival in Ireland, such as Electric Picnic, All Together Now, and Beatyard in recent years, Pablo was also part of the Carnival of Cultures at Yaam in Berlin in 2019. His research includes Rhythms from Africa, Brazil, the Caribbean and Latin America.

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