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Sunday 15th December
La La Choir
Sam Kavanagh (facilitator)
3pm (note time)
Tickets €13.66 – €16.87 from

Join The Lalala Choir (conducted by Sam Kavanagh) for a listen back at a collection of their favourite songs from their diverse repertoire of performances over the years. Featuring songs from Otherworld, Morenika, Underground Railroad, Bastien und Bastienne and more.

Friday 20th & Saturday 21st December
Jack L – Songs For The Winter Solstice
Doors 7.30pm
Tickets €32 + booking fee from

Now an annual tradition, Dublin singer and musician returns to sing in the festive season with an evening of holiday and seasonal favourites.

Saturday 28th December
Sean Being & Henry Earnest
Doors 7.30pm
Tickets €10.85 from

Sean Being and Ernest are musicians/producers from Dublin, currently based in Lisbon. They are coming together on the 28th of December to frame their music in a different context, using the unique atmosphere of the Dublin Unitarian Church. The show will serve as an exhibition of unheard work, while also incorporating material released on Dublin imprints wherethetimegoes and Soft Boy Records, respectively.

Friday 10th January 2019
Meath County Councill Arts Office & AOB Arts Management present
“In The Middle Of”
A music, theatre and literary evening inspired by the writing of Mary Lavin
curated by Deirdre Kinahan
Doors 7.30pm // Show 8pm
Tickets €23.50 from – be sure to select Friday 10th as your date.

A magical mix of original performances of music, theatre, readings, spoken-word and song to celebrate the extraordinary life and work of Irish writer Mary Lavin, featuring some of Ireland’s top performing artists.

Award-winning playwright Deirdre Kinahan invites a group of brilliant contemporary artists to respond to Lavin’s evocative short story collection ‘In the Middle of the Fields” through their chosen artform. Artists include the legendary Steve Wickham (The Waterboys), Actress/Musician Lisa Lambe with musical accompanist Wayne Sheehy, Writer Sinead Moriarty, Poet Lewis Kenny, Actress Catherine Byrne (Fair City) and Singer/Song writers Michael Brunnock and SaraMai Leech.

Saturday 1st February
Callum Orr – Cathy And Places
Doors 7.30pm
Tickets €15 from

Having spent the first half of 2019 recording a new EP with Darragh Nolan at Asta Kalapa Studios, Wexford singer-songwriter Callum Orr is really pleased with how it’s turned out and is looking forward for you to hear it in its entirety which you can do at this gig where he will be joined by a 5-piece band plus a string quartet playing new songs and reimagined older songs.

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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