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London Irish Centre (Chapel) – Singing Session – Hosted by Pat Connolly and Annie Power – Sunday 28th October – 5.00pm – Free
London Irish Centre (Mac) – Garadice/ Mary Bergin and Mick Conneely – Sunday 28th October – 7.30pm – £12/ £6 under 18s
Tickets: https://bit.ly/2uQanwF £12/ £6 under 18s
London Irish Centre (Mac) – Concert in Association with Irish Elderly Advice Network Eleanor Shanley and John McCartin/ Mick O’Connor, Tom O’Connell and Mick Bailey – Monday 29th October – 2pm – £10/ £5 conc.
Tickets: https://bit.ly/2NMbeFM £10/ £5 conc.
Dave Flynn’s Irish Memory Orchestra (formerly the Clare Memory Orchestra) is the first and only orchestra in the Western World to play exclusively from memory, crossing traditional boundaries between orchestras and audiences. Visionary founder Dave Flynn has enlisted 20 of Ireland’s leading traditional, classical and jazz musicians to perform his critically acclaimed music. Achievements include […]
Return to Camden Town Festival have adopted the legendary musician, academic and social historian, Reg Hall as their ‘poster boy’ for their 20th anniversary year. Reg, who has been the most important figure in documenting the history of Irish music in London, has generously shared his findings in the online publication ‘A Few Tunes of […]
Evening Concert – Claire and Sinéad Egan / Peter McAlinden and Pete Quinn at Green Note – Tues 24th Oct 7.30pm – £10 adv.
London-born fiddle player Claire Egan released her debut album, Turning Tides, in 2015. From a musical family, Claire grew up immersed in traditional music and is recognised for her unique interpretation of the tunes and fine musicianship. She has an impeccable technique and an innate understanding the expressive quality within the music. She is accompanied on guitar […]
Evening Concert – Matt Molloy, John Carty and Arty McGlynn / The London Lasses and Chris O’Malley at Clayton Crown Hotel – Weds 25th Oct 7.30pm – £15/ £6 under 18s
Three of the great players of Irish traditional music unite to indulge their shared love for the music of North Connaught in one of the most exciting musical combinations of recent times. Matt Molloy is regarded as the greatest living exponent of Irish flute playing. A member of the Chieftains for more than two decades, […]
Session – Ben Gunnery, Brendan McAuley, Liam O’Barr Wed 25th Oct – 8pm Guinea Grill – Free
Session Adam Mace, Tad Sargent and friends The Railway Tavern – Free
Album Launch Night – Matt Tighe / Comhaltas in Britain / Brendan Hendry and Jonny Toman at Fiddler’s Elbow – Thurs 26th Oct 7.30pm – Free
Once again, we are devoting an entire evening to our ever-popular album launches, which feature recent releases from some of the finest Irish musicians and performers. Fiddler Brendan Hendry, LiveIreland’s 2012 Musician of the Year, is from Bellaghy in South Derry. His debut album, Tuned Up, was released in 2008 to critical acclaim. It was followed in […]