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Saturday 2nd November
Aiken Promotions present
Jonathan Wilson – Solo In Concert
Refunds from point of purchase

Friday 8th November
Morley – Libran
Doors 8pm // Show 8.30pm
Admission Free – donations welcome

Having played in various bands over the years, Morley has always maintained a love and keen interest in contemporary solo piano. Inspired by Debussy, Satie and contemporaries such as Chilly Gonzalez, Morley’s music is emotive, passionate and almost stream of consciousness like. This launch concert for “Libran”, his debut EP promises to be an emotive, energetic and entertaining performance. All pieces are original works.

Saturday 9th November
Homebeat presents
Hania Rani: Solo Piano
Tickets €27.75 & €29.30 from

Hania Rani has written for strings, piano, voice and electronics and has collaborated with the likes of Christian Löffler, Dobrawa Czocher and Hior Chronik. She has performed at some of the most prestigious venues in Europe – from the National Philharmony in Warsaw, to Funkhaus in Berlin, and The Roundhouse in London; and at festivals such as Open’er, Scope Festival, and Eurosonic.

Esja is her debut solo album and for Rani it is her first, real, personal statement as an artist. Beautifully sculpted, Esja is a powerful, entrancing statement that offers new delights and new insights on every listen and announces Hani Rani as a major new artist.

Saturday 23rd November
Harvest: A Neil Young Tribute
Doors 7.30pm
Tickets €20 from

Harvest (a tribute to Neil Young) will play a very special all acoustic show at the Dublin Unitarian Church on Sat 23rd November 2019

Think Neil Young, Unplugged.

The band will reprise all the usual acoustic classics (“Heart Of Gold”, “Old Man”, “Harvest Moon”, “Helpless, “Sugar Mountain” etc) and re-invent some others (“Powderfinger”, “Ohio”, “Southern Man” and “Rockin’ In The Free World”)

It’s going to be a fantastic night as the band take advantage of the natural acoustics of this beautiful venue

Friday 29th November
Jennifer McMahon Band
Doors 7pm
Tickets €15 from

Jennifer McMahon brings her debut project ‘Part of The Whole’ to life, alongside some of Dublin’s finest musicians, in the uniquely beautiful setting of Dublin’s Unitarian Church. Expect new music from upcoming projects, too.

“Jennifer’s munificent charm and honesty is all too clear in her music which aims to embrace it’s listeners in musical refuge and individual uplift, with rounded-out low tones, smooth jazz-sensibilities and tender lyrics, from the heart to the heart.”

Straddling the boarders of jazz, soul and folk, Jennifer is a songwriter, vocalist, instrumentalist and producer from Dublin; Part of The Whole is her debut recording project. Written after the loss of her father and breakdown of a relationship, the album focuses on hope, gratitude and the will to move forward. Recorded predominantly during her time studying abroad, the album features more than 20 musicians from over 10 countries and is set for release on November 8th 2019.

Your ticket cost includes the album download

Saturday 25th April 2020
Lore in concert
Show 8pm
Tickets €20 from

“Since its inception, Lore has been racking up critical and popular acclaim both at home and abroad. Like Northern Ireland, the band’s identity is vibrant, complex, and even elusive.”
– Celtic Life Magazine

The band that add sophistication to pop, Lore play their first headline show in Dublin. Famed for turning the legendary Teenage Kicks on its head, Lore have went from living room dreams to Sell-Out Theatre Tour success in a short time. With captivating harmonies and finely crafted songs, Lore will provide an evening of soulful songs with stunning musical arrangements.


Supporting his latest critically acclaimed LP “Rare Birds” released via Bella Union, Jonathan Wilson is back on the road with a tour of intimate solo performances.

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