St. Patrick’s Eve is typically one of the busiest nights on Ireland’s clubbing calendar, and while we can’t be united on the dancefloor the evening, a documentary by The Big Romance and Homebeat promises to offer a kaleidoscopic view of Dublin’s nightlife culture.
Paused II – A Love Letter To Dublin At Night, which will be broadcast tonight at 10.15pm on www.stpatricksfestival.ie, features Sunil Sharpe, R. Kitt and music from Dreamcycles.
The documentary promises to ‘take us on a trip around Dublin city as we hear from those affected by lockdown as they look ahead to returning to dancefloors soon. It’s a celebration of the music that moves so many dancefloors all over the country’.
Filmed at The Big Romance and around Dublin City, the concept was developed by Janet Takuz with filming and editing undertaken by Adrian O’ Connell of Itchy Feet Creative.
‘Dublin is a thriving city late at night, we hope this piece captures what is possible when we can dance again,’ as The Big Romance and Homebeat put it.
St Patrick’s Eve is typically one of the busiest nights on Ireland’s clubbing calendar. With the clubs remaining closed, a documentary by The Big Romance and Homebeat, being broadcast as part of the St Patrick’s Festival, promises to offer a kaleidoscopic view of Dublin’s nightlife culture.
Tonight at 10pm, a documentary from the @BigRomanceBar – with performances from @sunilsharpe / R. Kitt and Dreamcycles and more, as part of the @stpatricksfest online program pic.twitter.com/EnzXJFe9qC— Stephen Manning (@stiofainmanning) March 16, 2021