Forthcoming Concerts with ticket links

All concerts start at 8.00 pm. Doors open 7.30 pm

20 May

Rodney Branigan

“Rodney Branigan is one of the most amazing artists you will ever see. Not simply because he’s unique, but rather because he’s impossibly talented”

— Bernard Baur’ Music Connections Magazine – USA

“Every year there will be 1 or 2 artists that take the audience completely by surprise. This year Rodney Branigan was undoubtedly that artist, his name being mentioned in our feedback again & again as people’s standout act”

— John Marshall-Potter – Folk East – UK

“He was mesmerizing as people stood and stared, mouths to the floor,”



Tickets £12.65 from

or £13 (cash) on the door.

June 3

Niamh Parsons & Graham Dunne

with support Annie Lennox & Jamie Quinn

It has been said that while Niamh may not be the most famous Irish Balladeer, many feel she’s the best. Described in the Boston Herald as both emotionally haunting and tonally as clear as crystal, Niamh’s albums have been ‘must-have’ collector’s items for any lover of songs and singing. With 8 CDs to her name, Niamh has gathered a body of songs from many sources, both traditional and modern songwriters. Niamh will be accompanied by Graham Dunne. Since the age of sixteen, Graham has been teaching guitar privately, and later on in life at music schools both in Dublin and in Clare. He has also given workshops in France, the U.K. and Italy on the accompaniment and playing of traditional Irish music on guitar. Currently, Graham is teaching guitar at the Fingal Academy of Music in Malahide, Dublin.

Tickets £9.90 from:

With support act Annie Lennox & Jamie Quinn


Kimber’s Men with support act Five Men Not Called Matt

Kimber’s Men – the UKs finest Sea Shanty Band

Audiences everywhere rave over the harmonies of Kimber’s Men. They have appeared at Festivals in Ostende, Appingedam, Portmagee, Portsoy, Fano in Denmark and all over the UK. Featured twice on Sunday brunch for Channel 4, they also starred in the BBC2 and BBC4 production of Sea Songs with Gareth Malone; the latter being the most viewed programme of the year on BBC 4.

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