Skip to content

Davy Kehoe & Wah Wah Wino

Featuring Sean MacErlaine, Poppa Wheelie with Little Movies, Dream~cycles and Dark Delight

The Douglas Hyde are delighted to announce this one-off event devised by producer Davy Kehoe along with the imprint Wah Wah Wino, featuring a host of their frequent collaborators, on Friday 6 October at 6.30pm.

Poppa Wheelie will be travelling all the way from Amsterdam with his tapes and other sounds, and will be accompanied by Little Movies and their MS-20 synthesisers. Sean MacErlaine will follow this with a solo clarinet performance, before Davy Kehoe and his live band play songs from his debut album Short Passing Game.

The night will end with a back to back DJ set from Dark Delight and Dream~cycles.

Upcoming Events

Liliane Tomasko

Discover the world of Liliane Tomasko’s artistic practice through her insightful essay delving into her distinctive formal approach to painting and the nuanced choices that define her unique visual language.

Dr Aoife Brady
Researcher's Talk

The Douglas Hyde is delighted to share details of this upcoming talk by Dr Aoife Brady, Curator of Italian and Spanish Art, National Gallery of Ireland, which will focus on art historical references within Siobhán Hapaska’s exhibition Medici Lion. Booking required. Please use the link on this page to book your place.  

Ingird Swenson
Writer Response

As part of our Response Series, The Douglas Hyde is delighted to announce a Writer’s Response where curator and writer Ingrid Swenson will respond to the work of Siobhán Hapaska and her exhibition Medici Lion.

To every action

The Douglas Hyde is delighted to present a new music session with music assemble Kirkos as part of our First Thursday series. Through this new series of late openings, the gallery becomes a space for hosting unexpected, experimental practices across multiple artforms from live music and expanded cinema to performance and spoken word. Join us each […]

Art & Ideas

Artists present us with new perspectives on the world we live in. Explore the exciting ideas behind our programmes, hear more from the artists we work with and discover new ways of engaging with art.

Art & Ideas into your inbox