Hello all Celtic Music fans out there.We had a truly superb night on Saturday 16th November, with world class duo Mairearad Green & Anna Massie. Read about their gig via our History page.
We're delighted to announce 2 further concerts for next year. On 16th May we have the Sam Kelly Trio and on 7th November we see the return of Dallahan, who were last with us in October 2015. Both are brilliant bands and you can read much more about them via the information below.
Please note - unfortunately we are no longer able to hold unpaid tickets on the door so in order to avoid disappointment please pay for tickets when booking, via BACs transfer or cheque - we can then reserve your tickets for you to collect on the night.
Sam Kelly Trio
8:00pm Saturday 16th May 2020
Sam and his trio (Jamie Francis on banjo and Evan Carson on percussion) have been taking festivals and venues by storm for the past four years, and have gained a reputation among peers and audiences alike for a very high class, dynamic live show.
English, Irish, Scottish and American traditional songs rub shoulders with well-written and powerful originals by Sam and Jamie, in between the occasional surprise classic rock or pop cover (often cheekily introduced as a traditional song – watching the puzzlement followed by slow realisation on the faces of the audience really does give the guys a lot of pleasure)
8:00pm Saturday 7th Nov 2020
Dallahan is one of the most distinct forces in the international folk music scene. Forged in Scotland and Ireland's traditional music community, but drawing on the traditional music styles of the Balkans and North America, they create an original and seamless musical montage, blending their contemporary influences from jazz, funk, and pop music. Dallahan take their listeners on a journey, traversing styles and countries of the world in a dazzling live show, creating their own unique brand of World-folk delivered with stunning virtuosity.