The Cáca Milis Cabaret

Written by conall. Posted in Blues'n'Jazz

caca caca4 caca3 caca2Roll up, Roll up for The Cáca Milis 2014 Dublin Debut Cabaret – we present a FANTASTIC line-up of first time guests and old friends: New music, sassy spoken word, – a truly exceptional short film, a Circus Arts Hula extravaganza, a debut performer on the black and whites and of course, your Hostess Helena Mulkerns a…ccompanied by Pianoman Josh Johnson delivering some classic cabaret songs! Full Line Up:  Leni Morrison, Pearse McGloughlin, Nicole Eve Rourke, Helena MulkernsJosh Johnston, Andrew Legge’s beautiful film, “The Girl With The Mechanical Maiden,” Cathal Duffy, Shir Madness  – all in the intimate ambience of an historical building in the heart of old Dublin … It’s only €10 in, €8 concession – and anyone making their way up from Wexford is eligible for concession automatically.   We look forward to seeing you at this show, and we’ll see you for the Solstice then on 21 June in the Wexford Arts Centre !

Left, Right and Centre – 9pm

Written by conall. Posted in Blues'n'Jazz

Ed Deane, Noel Bridgeman and Tommy Moore play electric, rocked up, soulful, finger clicking, feet stomping songs from all the greats such as Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Smiley Williams, Freddie King, Levon Helm, Big Bill Broonzy and many many more. Ed Deane(guitar+vocals) began playing electric guitar with Dublin legends Blues House. That was before he ventured into the London boogie scene with Bees Make Honey when Ian Dury sat at the bar taking notes. He’s also played with Nick Lowe, Graham Parker and Dana Gillespie. Noel Bridgeman(drums+vocals) laying down the perfect beat in Skid Row when Philip Lynott was a singer without a bass guitar. Noel is the guv’nor as testified by the cast of superstars who won’t tour unless he’s behind the kit. Artists he’s worked with include Van Morrison, The Waterboys and Mary Black. Tommy Moore(bass+vocals) toured Canada with Honor Heffernan. Joined Paul Brady’s band along with Fran Breen, James Delaney, Artie Mc Glynn (gtr.),Jimmy Faulkner (gtr.) and also played in the legendary Irish Blues band The buissness and joined The Fleadh Cowboys too NO CCednoel3

The Solely Blues Club – Monday April 7th 9pm

Written by conall. Posted in Blues'n'Jazz

 blues club april Open mic/Jam Blues night on the first Monday of each month. All old time blues Anti-war, civil rights, race, historic, love, drinkin stories. The Solely Blues Club is Dublin’s authentic traditional Blues night. Only the great old time, early blues, soul songs will be played from artists like Leadbelly, Robert Johnson, Billie Holiday, Bessie Smith, Charley Patton and Big Bil Broonzy. Played on Slide/Steel Guitar and/or Piano, Harp and Double Bass. On the first Monday of every month upstairs in Arthur’s The Solely Blues Club hopes to create a long lasting authentic blues night where players and singers can come and perform these protest, civil right depression, race songs that originated form Africa to the chain gangs in the US to Alan Lomax tapes to the most famous venues around. We also want to create a community of blues performs that can meet others interested and maybe play together

Dublin Jam Sessions – Saturday 22nd March 9pm

Written by conall. Posted in Blues'n'Jazz

jammmy Bring your instruments! all levels and genres welcome. One Rule: You must invite someone to play with you(not from your own band) The Dublin Jam Sessions are events to gather musicians of all genres of music and at all levels to play, sing or just meet in a relaxed atmosphere. At different homes throughout the city Dublin Jam Sessions hopes to increase musicians network of friends where they can possible meet potential band members, learn/teach new songs and above all have some fun. Whether you are a busker, new learner or a seasoned pro you are all welcome to attend these no pressure to preform, at a certain time or play a particular song, no entry fee or dress code good old fashioned Jams

Dietrich’s Angels

Written by Arthur's Pub. Posted in Blues'n'Jazz

Enter a room with candlelight, dark corners and underground figures. A piano on the stage awaits to bring you to the 1920’s of Berlin and to guide you to the world of cabaret, the world where Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s dark characters were brought to life, and where Marlene Dietrich was born.


  • 28 Thomas Street
    D08 VF83 - Dublin


Opening Hours

Mon-Thu: 11am - 11.30pm
Fri-Sat: 11am - 00.30pm
Sun: 11am - 11pm