Something for the weekend
A music event which allows clubbers not only to hear but see, feel, taste and smell the music comes to the RDS tonight. Sencity is aimed at people with and without hearing abilities and includes a vibrating dancefloor. Light and aroma jockeys will transform the music into colours, shapes and smells. Tickets online or at the door. www.your-sencity.com
Oscar-nominated actor Stephen Rea will appear in Flann O’Brien’s The Third Policeman tonight at Limerick’s Lime Tree Theatre. Narrator Rea will be accompanied by a live quartet. Tickets €20 for adults and €16 for students and pensioners. Call 061-774774 or visit www.limetreetheatre.ie.
Concertina Cruinniú, a celebration of the concertina in Irish traditional music, takes place in Miltown Malbay, Co Clare, this weekend. Today classes and workshops will take place culminating in a concert at 8pm, followed by a “concertina trail” in selected pubs. Tomorrow will feature an opportunity to meet musicians Chris Droney, Tommy McMahon and Gerald Haugh. To register for events visit: oac.ie/site/
A river walk at Glensheláne Wood, Cappoquin, Co Waterford, takes place today at 11am. The 4km walk will take participants along the river into the Glensheláne valley. It will take an hour and a half and is suitable for families and leisure walkers.
Walkers should meet at 11am in Glensheláne Wood car park. To get there from Cappoquin take the R669 eastwards. At a junction where there is a statue between the two roads, veer right. Cross the bridge and turn left into the car park.