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The Return To Camden Town Festival

Festival of Traditional Irish Music, Song & Dance

Performers

CrossHarbour is a dynamic young band from London’s thriving Irish music scene. Fusing well-loved traditional tunes and songs with original compositions and...

Some of our friends from the vibrant Birmingham Irish music scene kick off the 2015 Return to Camden Town Festival in fine style. * Noreen Cullen, Tommy Diegnan...

See Also Seven Glens, an impressive and versatile band of young musicians from Sliabh Luacra, are guitarist Cathal Flood, vocalist and musician Bríd O’Shea,...

One of the truly seminal bands in Irish music today, Altan started out in the early 1980s as a duo of Belfast flute-player, Frankie Kennedy and Gweedore singer...

See Also Danny Meehan and Le Chéile / Caitlín Nic Gabhann and Ciarán Ó Maonaigh – Sun 25th Oct – 2pm Le Chéile was formed in the early 1970s by...

See Also Opening Concert – Some of our friends from the vibrant Birmingham Irish music scene kick off the 2015 Return to Camden Town Festival in fine...

The first part of an exciting multi-media event at our new venue for 2015, the RADA Studio Theatre, will feature a screening of the documentary film An Godfather,...

If you love the wonderful, high energy traditional music of Sliabh Luacra, on the borders of Cork, Kerry and Limerick, this concert is for you. Please note...

Album Launch – Patsy Maloney / Caitlín Nic Gabhann and Ciarán Ó Maonaigh Limerick born flute player Patsy Moloney, who has lived in Birmingham for...

Making a welcome return to the Festival is Cork’s dynamic Abbey Ceili Band. Founded in 1995, the band started out with just two musicians, accordionist Ger...