A SPECIAL TRADITIONAL IRISH SESSION LIVE-STREAMING FOR CIGF21
At the heart of this popular weekly session are a collection of musicians & songsters, whose combined experiences of performing, locally and internationally, along with their diverse musical interests produce a vibrant, but easy going experience of the best in traditional music & ballads.
Dennis Noonan on Bodhrán & bones sings in a uniquely laid back style, drawing material from his native Dublin as well as Ulster & Scotland. The late Frank Harte would have thrilled at his deliveries of some of the more humourous and bawdy ballads.
Tommy Madden can lay claim to a lifetimes experience playing across the USA, England & Scotland and at venues all over Ireland, Playing with many legendary musicians. His bewildering knowledge of balladry draws on a wide range of material from Europe, America & Australia covering military, humourous, industrial, rural, urban and romantic songs.
Jerry Lombard served his time with some of the greatest musicians ever to play in Ireland, England and America. He has a seemingly endless repertoire of tunes and an equally extensive collection of tales and yarns to entertain one and all. Jerry’s lively playing style matches his attitude to life, music and the Craic.
Ciaran O Connel the driving force on the banjo
Mike Goodwin on the uilleann pipes
Some House Keeping:
This is a very limited capacity outdoors show.
Tickets are sold in pods of 4 (eg a ticket for 4 people ) and in pods of 2 (a ticket for 2 people)
Seating is spaced in accordance with all relevant Government health and safety guidelines.
Attendees will be required to present their ticket on arrival.
The purchaser of the ticket will be the lead contact and as such have to be present to claim tickets.
Attendees will be required to wear masks upon arrival until seated.
Table service only.
Attendees will be required to leave after the performance.
Please do not attend if you are displaying any Covid symptoms.
Please dress for the weather.
Ticket holders will be notified of any changes to Government Guidelines in advance of the show