This February, Tuesdays have provided an escape into the realm of Zissou cadets, highly intelligent (and perhaps corrupt) students and familial challenges of the Royal kind. The Little Green Gallery on High Street has opted to provide Wes Anderson fans ample opportunity to gather, and decipher the indie master’s oeuvres as well as attendee attire standards (dressing as a favourite character is encouraged).
Where Dublin’s non-monetary leisurely entertainment seems largely provided by art galleries, Little Green (both gallery showcasing local artistry, pub and café) steps up and provides the perfect chill setting in their vintage alcove (feeling so far removed from the bustle you wouldn’t think one of the busiest junctions is neighbouring). Along with free popcorn. And last night also included an intermission cocktail, all in the name of fun and fancy free (sorry, bit of a detour there… nonetheless).
Alas, the Wes display had its last showing yesterday, but The Little Green tantalises with another possible screening on Tuesday 26th. Bring your empty pockets and rejoice.
From Feburary 21st onwards Little Green continues the Wes adoration with an exhibition of his work interpreted by other visual artists.
IMAGE | ‘the wes anderson alphabet’ by hexagonall