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Tickets Féile an Phobail West Belfast 473 Falls Road, Belfast, BT12 6DD Tel: North (028) South (048) 9031 3440

Dá mbeadh Naomh Brighid beo inniu, bheadh sí ar bís ticéid a fháil d'Fhéile an Earraigh, féile a dhéanann, dála a lae féin, ceiliúradh ar theacht an Earraigh.

Oifig Fáilte na bhFál, An Chultúrlann 216 Falls Road, Belfast, BT12 6AH Tel: (028) 9096 4188

Seanfhéile Phágánach a bhíodh á ceiliúradh ag an tráth seo den bhliain le rath na n-ainmhí agus na mbarr a dheimhniú agus mar chosaint in éadan droch-ratha.

Belfast Welcome Centre, 35 Donegal Place, Belfast BT1 5AD Tel: (028) 9024 6609

I 2011, is ag baint tairbhe as Féile an Earraigh a bheas muid le tógáil croí a thabhairt dúinn le linn na géarchéime eacnamaíoch atá faoi lán tseoil agus tá clár foirfe curtha le chéile leis an aidhm sin a bhaint amach.

Grand Opera House Box office Great Victoria Street BELFAST BT2 7HR Tel: (028) 9024 1919 Programming and Production Team Danny Morrison Jenny Penrose Deirdre Donaghy Disclaimer Féile an Phobail accepts no responsibility for any injuries, which may result from any event connected with Féile an Earraigh. While it is our policy to be all-inclusive it is impossible to endorse all the venues in this programme. Designed by Mitchell Kane Associates Thanks Féile would like to thank all their sponsors, venues, artists, volunteers, those who have worked to help produce this programme and all those who continue to support Féile an Phobail.

Festival Marquee Bank Square Gateway to the West

Chomh maith le ceol den chéad scoth ó Éirinn agus ó Albain, caithfidh an fhéile súil siar ar bheirt laochra iarthar Bhéal Feirste, an drámadóir/aisteoir Joseph Tomelty (an cuimhin le duine ar bith agaibh na McCooeys) agus an polaiteoir náisiúnaíoch, Joe Devlin. Beidh ceol ar na busanna, turas treoraithe ar an Sliabh Dubh agus Duibhis le hÉamonn Maguire, léargas iontach ar uisce bheatha agus cuairt chlúiteach Tom Hartley ar Reilig na Cathrach.

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Fáilte Dick Gaughan & Andy Irvine Hothouse Flowers Four Men And a Dog Capercaillie Life of Joe Tomelty Amnesty International Discussion Life of ‘Wee Joe’ Devlin Irish Language Choir Competition & School Concerts Tours, Walks, Music Workshops, Poetry Readings and Drama

WELCOME to 2011 and another year in Féile an Phobail’s busy calendar of events beginning with Féile an Earraigh (our Spring Festival in the middle of Winter!), featuring four days of traditional/folk music, concerts, lectures, readings, workshops in a variety of instruments, tours and walks, and children’s events. Yes, enough sunny entertainment to banish the blues; a little bit of history; a reflection on contemporary events; and a fascinating snapshot of Belfast life for our international visitors to take home with them. If you like music then I recommend: Dick Gaughan and Andy Irvine; Four Men and a Dog; Hothouse Flowers; the Red Hot Chilli Pipers; and Capercaillie; along with a string of the finest traditional musicians playing in local venues. I would like to thank our funders, sponsors and partners (see back page) and our local businesses for their continuing, unwavering support, but most of all the Belfast community whose loyalty makes Féile an Phobail truly a festival of the people. Bíodh craic mhaith agaibh, bainigí sult as na oícheanta ollphubaill i gCearnóg Bainc agus an tsiamsaíocht áitiúil Jenny Penrose Acting Director/Events Manager Féile an Phobail, 473 Falls Road

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Thursday 3rd February “...Whisht!....The McCooeys are on....” An Informal Talk by Roma Tomelty Tearmann Fold, Andersonstown Road, Thursday 3rd February, 10.30am – 12pm Shankill Spectrum Centre, Shankill Road Thursday 3rd February, 2pm - 4pm

To commemorate the centenary of the birth of Joseph Tomelty, his daughter Roma introduces his legendary BBC radio serial, ‘The McCooey’s’, a regular feature of Saturday Night Life for seven years. A chance to listen to an original episode and share memories. For further details contact Patricia Gormley Tel 90309525.

Leading Ladies A Féile FM ‘Live’ Outside Broadcast Omniplex Cinema, Kennedy Centre Thursday 3rd February, 3pm

Féile FM’s Girltalk crew regularly take over the airwaves discussing women’s issues from health to relationships! The group are taking to the road and teaming up with women from the Irish Peace Centre’s ‘Leading Ladies’ project, to create a panel discussion around cultural heritage – looking in particular at music. Leading ladies on the day will include, Irish Peace Centre’s Coordinator for Interface Reconciliation, Susan McEwen and Director of Talent Tribe, Fidelma Harkin, (also former Head of Drama at St. Louise’s Comprehensive College). Music will be provided by local artist Bernadette Morris. All welcome. For details, contact 90242002. Sponsored by Omniplex

© Amnesty International.

‘Human Trafficking’ What Is The Assembly Doing? St Mary’s University College. Thursday 3rd February, 4.30pm

A wealth of evidence suggests that people trafficking is taking place across the north of Ireland.The Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group’s launch in 2010 of ‘Wrong kind of victim?... One year on... An analysis of UK measures to protect trafficked persons’ contained specific information and recommendations. What is the Assembly doing about this issue and what should it be doing? Speakers: Sue Ramsay, Sinn Fein MLA & member of NI Assembly Health Committee; Anna Lo MLA, Alliance Party; and Patricia Lyness/Noelle Collins of Women’s Aid. Chair Patricia Campbell, Amnesty International. Free event. For further information contact Grainne: In association with Amnesty International.

Stay tuned to Féile FM 103.2 throughout the festival for regular updates and information. Don’t forget the station broadcasts all year round!

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Dick Gaughan and Andy Irvine

The Life & Times of ‘Wee Joe’ Devlin By Dr Éamon Phoenix, political historian and commentator An Chultúrlann, Theatre Thursday 3rd February, 6.30pm

‘Wee Joe’ Devlin was born in Belfast’s Hamill Street to poor parents in 1871. Educated by the Christian Brothers, he left to become a pot-boy in Kelly’s Cellars and subsequently a journalist (Irish News). In the 1890s he emerged as a compelling orator and skilled organiser and went on to expose conditions in the mills and fought for reform. In 1906 he captured West Belfast, standing for Home Rule, revived the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH), but supported recruitment during WWI. He opposed partition and led the reunited nationalists into the Belfast Parliament after1925. Devlin, who died in 1934, stands out as a working-class Catholic politician who blended pragmatism with social reform and won crosssectarian support. Sponsored by the Irish News

Irish Traditional Youth Orchestra Concert, Glen Road Christian Brothers School Thursday 3rd February, 6.30pm – 8pm

Eighteen young musicians, from the Andersonstown Music School, under the project direction of composer Neil Martin (West Ocean String Quartet), showcase their talent, encourage creativity beyond the boundaries of their cultural musical genre. Admission £5 (adults)

Dick Gaughan and Andy Irvine The Baby Grand, Grand Opera House, Belfast Thursday 3rd February, Doors 7.30pm for 8pm

This will be their first outing together in Ireland since the release of their acclaimed 1983 album, "Parallel Lines". Glaswegian-born Dick Gaughan is a singer/ songwriter, particularly of folk and social protest songs, and a major recording artist. His songs have been adopted by Billy Bragg, Christy Moore, Mary Black, Roy Bailey and Capercaillie. He has been described as “the kind of voice that could stop a train in its tracks” (The Independent) and as “one of the most coveted and revered voices of recent times” (Rock'n'Reel). Andy Irvine, one of the great contemporary Irish singers (and a founding member of Planxty), has been hailed as “a tradition in himself ”. As a soloist, Andy fills the role of the archetypal troubadour with a show and a travelling lifestyle that reflect his lifelong influence, Woody Guthrie. “Often copied, never equalled” (Irish Times), his repertoire consists of Irish traditional songs, dexterous Balkan dances and a compelling cannon of his own self-penned songs. Admission £10 – Tickets available from the Grand Opera House Box Office on 028 9024 1919 or In association with the Grand Opera House

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Thursday 3rd February Four Men and a Dog


Four Men and a Dog Support from Stevie Dunne Band Plus local support from Oonagh Derby Bank Square Marquee Thursday 3rd February, 8pm

Four Men and a Dog featuring Cathal Hayden, Gerry O’Connor, Gino Lupari, Kevin Doherty & Donal Murphy: each member a genius in his own right, the band plays an eclectic and vivacious blend of traditional Irish music with a wide spectrum of other genres, including rap, Southern rock, jazz, blues, bluegrass, polka, country swing, and even salsa! Stevie Dunne is a master of the guitar and tenor banjo, which he began playing at the age of 12 and 13 respectively! Here with his guest musicians they embellish the sound with subtle artistry, described as “Stunning” (Folkworld 2010) and “a breath of fresh air” (Irish Music Magazine). Our local slot features a performance by newly-formed, song-writing duo Oonagh Derby and Gerard Thompson. Admission (Strictly over 18s) - £10 Tickets available from all Féile Outlets. Bar until 1am.

Tá an caidreamh idir Éire agus Alba ag dul ó neart go neart le scór bliain anuas ach bhí sé riamh láidir ó thaobh an cheoil de.Tá Féile an Earraigh ag ceiliúradh an chaidrimh sin agus laochra ceoil na hÉireann agus na hAlban agus iad cruinn le chéile do cheithre lá na féile. Tá Four Men and a Dog ar na buíonta is fearr liom ar domhan, sár-cheoltóirí gach duine de na baill agus chomh cóngarach don rac'n'ról is a thig le grúpa traidisiúnta a bheith. Is ionmhuin le bunadh Bhéal Feirste na Hothouse Flowers agus an fórsa nádúir Liam Ó Maonlaí mar cheann feadhna orthu ach b'fhiú luach an ticéid leis an bhuíon eile ar an ardán an oíche chéanna, Guidewires a chluinstin. Oíche dhodhearmadta romhainn. Chomh maith, tá gach moladh ag dul don Fhéile leis an deis a thabhairt do cheoltóirí logánta - Stevie Dunne, fear a bhainseó, Gráinne Holland, the Wee Wierdies, Emerald Armada agus The Stride Set.

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Friday 4th February Gráinne Holland & Band

Irish Language School Choir Competition St Mary’s Chapel, Chapel Lane Friday 4th February, 10am – 12.30pm

The 4th Annual Irish Language School Choir Competition. Last year’s winners, Bunscoil Naomh Pádraig of Downpatrick, will be vying to return to winning ways, and will proudly defend their trophy, whilst other schools from across the North will certainly feel different about where this prestigious award ends up! This year’s judges include BBC Presenter John Toal, BBC Producer Róisín Ní Chéileachair and local Irish Language activist Sean Ó Muireagáin. Sponsored by Foras na Gaeilge and supported by the Ulster Orchestra

Clann Lir Children’s Puppet Drama by Branar Theatre An Chultúrlann Friday 4th February, 11am & Saturday 5th February, 12noon

A father’s love for his children is at the heart of this beautiful re-telling of the ancient tale of Clann Lir.This vivid production focuses on the fairy-tale elements of the story: a father’s search for his children, magical transformations, three chances to break a spell and much more! This magical tale is told with puppetry, vivid imagery and enchanting newlycomposed traditional music. Directed by Marc Mac Lochlainn. Music by Micheal Chang and Freda Nic Giolla Chatháin. Note that this is an Irish language performance. Limited places available. Contact 90964180. Ticket price £3

Music On The Metro Friday 4th February, 2pm – 5pm

Traditional musicians from Andersonstown Contemporary and Traditional School of Music will board buses to entertain passengers.Various Metro routes to and from West Belfast. Sponsored by Translink Metro

School Concert with Gráinne Holland St Genevieve’s High School Friday 4th February, 2.15pm - 3.15pm

Not very often do up and coming stars have time to drag themselves away from the pressures (and pleasures!) of performing and rehearsing, to provide additional entertainment to the public. Community spirit is certainly not lost when it comes to Gráinne Holland performing an intimate concert with young people from St Genevieve’s High School. Pupils will have the unique opportunity to not only experience one of Belfast’s biggest rising stars, but also quiz her on their musical influences, her ambitions, biggest achievements to date, as well as some advice on what or what not to do!! School Event Only

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Friday 4th February Hothouse Flowers

Hothouse Flowers Support from Guidewires Plus local support from The Emerald Armada Bank Square Marquee Friday 4th February, 8pm

Hothouse Flowers are renowned for their own passionate brand of Irishrooted rock’n’soul. Featuring Liam Ó Maonlai, Fiachna Ó Braonáin, Peter O’Toole and Dave Clarke. Guidewires have an all-star line up. With their high-energy performances, breathtaking arrangements and their infectious melodies, its no wonder that this band are being described as “The freshest sound in Irish music”. The Emerald Armada set sail in 2010. This band have made a real impression on the Belfast music scene already and are “Set to be the find of 2010” (Deadonmusic). Admission (Strictly over 18s) - £10 Tickets available from all Féile Outlets. Bar until 1am. Sponsored by Beck’s Vier

Tour of City Cemetery Saturday 5th February, 11am

The 130-year-old cemetery tells the story of finance, empire, the rise of northern unionism and the golden era of industrialisation in Belfast through the graves of its citizenry.Tour guide Tom Hartley is the author of the best seller book, ‘Written In Stone’, which covers the history of the cemetery. Health Warning: keep an eye on the weather. Come prepared: good walking boots, warm clothing and bring light refreshments. £5 per person: pay at front gate. Approximately two-hours

Falls Road Mural Tour Begins Divis Tower, 11am daily by request

Enjoy a Falls Road Mural Tour, hosted by a former republican political prisoner who will provide a detailed commentary on the British/Irish conflict. Lasts approx three hours, finishing with a complimentary glass of Guinness in The Felons Club. Contact Coiste Irish Political Tours, 0044 (0)28 9020 0770. £8 adult; £5 child

Milltown Cemetery Tour The tour starts at the cemetery gates at 1pm.

This two-hour tour, hosted by a former political prisoner, includes the final resting place of many republicans who died as a direct result of the British/Irish conflict, including three of the ten hunger strikers who died in 1981.The history of the cemetery brings to life the history of the republican struggle against British rule. Contact Coiste Irish Political Tours, 0044 (0)28 90200 770. £8 adult; £5 child

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Saturday 5th February Clann Lir Children’s Puppet Drama An Chultúrlann Saturday 5th February, 12pm (See P7)

Bodhrán Workshops An Chultúrlann Saturday 5th February – An Introduction to the Bodhrán (12pm – 2pm) Sunday 6th February – Exploring Bodhrán Techniques (12pm – 2pm)

Gino Lupari - the ‘King of the Bodhrán' - is one of the finest players of the drum, his style of playing is a major influence on some of the great young players. Free event. Register early as places are limited. Contact 90964180 Sponsored by Translink Metro

Robert Ballagh Citizen Artist Book Launch An Chultúrlann Saturday 5th February, 1pm

Here’s an art-book with a difference. In readable jargon-less style, Ciaran Carty portrays the painter Robert Ballagh much in the manner of one of his own portraits. “I think artists should jump in at the deep end and experience everything,” says Ballagh.True to his word, Ballagh has employed his status as an artist to speak out against injustice, racism and the abuse of power. His paintings are a dazzling iconography of Ireland during a period of hectic cultural and political change. Sponsored by Belfast Media Group

The Life & Times of Joe Tomelty By Sean McMahon An Chultúrlann, Theatre Saturday 5th February, 2.30pm

March 5th marks the centenary of the birth of Joe Tomelty as he was universally known. For many years Joe was a novelist, dramatist and actor both in stage and films (where he starred with Gregory Peck and Ava Gardner). Joe must rank among the foremost Ulster literary figures of the last century but it was his radio scripts written weekly for the McCooeys, a Belfast soap that ran for seven years that made him universally known and loved. Guest speaker: Sean McMahon, writer and reviewer.

Music On The Metro Saturday 5th February, 3pm – 6pm Sponsored by Translink Metro (See P7)

Irish Accordion Workshop ‘Hammy’ Hammond An Chultúrlann Saturday 5th February, 3pm

William (Hammy) Hammond (Cork Folk Festival) teaches some of the great Polkas and slides he has picked up over the last 20 years. As a musician, Hammy plays the C#D Melodeon. He learnt his music from Matty Teehan, Jackie Daly and Seamus Creagh who are all renowned for playing in the Sliabh Luachra style. A recorded musician he has played all over Ireland and toured internationally. Free event. Register early as places are limited. Contact 90964180. Féile in association with Cork Lifelong Learning Festival

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Red Hot Chilli Pipers Support from Gráinne Holland & Band Plus local support from The Wee Weirdies Saturday 5th February, 8pm Bank Square Marquee

Since they walked away with the top prize on UK primetime TV talent show, ‘When Will I Be Famous’ in 2007, the Red Hot Chilli Pipers haven’t stopped for a breath, other than to inflate their bagpipes! A fusion of traditional pipe tunes and contemporary anthems such as ‘Clocks’ by Coldplay, ‘Chasing Cars’ by Snow Patrol and a rock medley of Deep Purple’s ‘Smoke On The Water’. Prepare to be blown away! Gráinne Holland has a sweet but powerful voice that is equally comfortable with the lively ballad and the haunting, slow Gaelic air. The Wee Weirdies are a band that remembers what music is about: soul, passion and spirit, influenced by Planxty, Pink Floyd and Radiohead to bring you a spellbinding, diverse show. Admission (Strictly over 18s) - £10 Tickets available from all Féile Outlets. Bar until 1am. Sponsored by Tennent’s

‘Room For One More?’ Drama by Brónagh Diamond An Cultúrlann Saturday 5th February, 8pm

Remember the first time you saw somebody in their pyjamas outside and thought, “What the hell?” Well, just imagine what our lovely tourists think! ‘Room For One More?’ is a short comedy based on a chance meeting between a girl and a young Polish man at a Falls Road taxi stand.

We all know that West Belfast is rich in culture and social diversity so let’s have a look at how we see each other in 2010! We Irish are famous for laughing at ourselves because life is too short...but who can be in such a hurry that they can’t get dressed in the morning! Admission - £5

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Sunday 6th February SCOTTISH ACTS Ní ag inse bréige a bhí 007 nuair a dúirt Sean Connery gurb é Dia a chruthaigh glór Karen Matheson, príomhamhránaí Capercaillie, buíon atá ar an fhód le corradh le 25 bliana. Tá Matheson agus a fear chéile Donald Shaw ar na lánúnacha is ceolmhaire sna críocha Ceilteacha agus tá áilleacht agus samhlaíocht sna hamhráin a cheolann siad, bíodh siad nuachumtha nó scríofa 400 bliain ó shin. A mhalairt de vibe ar fad a gheobhaidh muid ó na Red Hot Chilli Pipers, ceann de na buíonta is corraithí a nascann an miotal trom agus an phíb mhór! Agus beidh na slóite ag tarraingt ar choirm Andy Irvine agus Dick Gaughan, dís a bhfuil cion i measc an phobail orthu agus a thuigeann ról lárnach an cheoil i saol an duine.

Eamon Maguire Black Mountain Walk Meet at Teach na Féile (Festival Office) 473 Falls Road Sunday 6th February, 10.30am

A walking tour led by bodhrán maker, sculptor and artist, Eamon Maguire, opening up stunning views of the Isle of Man, England and Scotland, as well as a beautiful milieu of wildlife, unique flora and archaeological remains. Suitable outdoor clothing and footwear are essential! Please bring a packed lunch and a camera! Soup, sandwiches and session music will be provided afterwards in The Farmers Inn, Colinglen Road. Free event. Sponsored by Translink Metro.

Bodhrán Workshop

An Chultúrlann Sunday 6th February, 12pm – 2pm

Free event. Register early as places are limited. Contact 90964180 (See P9) Sponsored by Translink Metro.

Traditional Flute Workshop Brendan Mulholland An Chultúrlann Sunday 5th February, 3pm - 5pm

County Antrim’s Brendan Mulholland has taught and played in Europe and America with many headline acts including Craobh Rua. Brendan has recently partnered with Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich under The Arts Council’s ‘Artists’ Career Enhancement Scheme’. Brendan’s album ‘Tuned Up’, with Paul Mc Sherry and Brendan Hendry, received much critical acclaim. In this workshop, Brendan delivers practical advice, hints and tips on mastering the art of traditional Irish flute technique. To register contact Cultúrlann 90964180, Free event

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Capercaillie Support from The Stride Set Plus local support from Bruce Joseph Bank Square Marquee Sunday 6th February, 8pm

Argyll’s Capercaillie have been associated with bringing traditional Celtic music to the world stage and its great resurgence. Led by the accordion and keyboards of founder Donald Shaw, they draw on the astonishing musical dexterity of traditional instruments, supplemented by the peerless voice of co-founder Karen Matheson. The Stride Set, a six-strong line-up, was formed by Méabh O'Hare and Patricia Clark who were inspired to form a fiddle-based band.Their arrangements finely balance intricate harmony with driving rhythm. Bruce Joseph is one of the most natural and sincere acoustic artists on the contemporary scene. A mix of subtle harmonies and lyrical imagery merge to help create his honest and refreshing sound. Admission (Strictly over 18s) - £10 Tickets available from all Féile Outlets. Late bar. Sponsored by Foras na Gaeilge.

Poetry Readings Moyra Donaldson & Gearóid Mac Lochlainn The John Hewitt Bar, Donegall Street Sunday 6th February. Doors open 3.30pm for 4pm start

Featuring: award winning poet, playwright and fiction writer, Moyra Donaldson (‘Kissing Ghosts’, ‘The Horse’s Nest’ and, more recently, ‘Miracle Fruit’), winner of the National Women’s Poetry Competition and the Allingham Award; & Gearóid Mac Lochlainn, author of the astonishing collection ‘Stream Of Tongues/Sruth Teangacha’, winner of the Michael Hartnett Award,The Irish American Cultural Institute Butler Award and the Eithne and Rupert Strong Award. Admission - £5

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Duke of York Thursday – Traditional Session with Donal O Connor and Friends Friday – Acoustic Set with Kieran Gribbon aka Joe Echo Saturday Johnny Hero’s Eclectic Club Sunday The Rapparees



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FĂŠile Offer

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Free glass of Argentine wine with every main course ordered on presentation of FĂŠile ticket for the same day. 6 Fountain Street, Belfast Tel: +44 (028) 90323087 Web:

At The Heart of Belfast's Gaeltacht Quarter "Craic agus Ceol" Live Traditional Music 7 Nights a Week

Maddens Bar The Home of Traditional Irish Music Traditonal Irish Pub Grub Served Mon - Fri 12pm - 2pm

Now open Sundays 74 Berry Street, Belfast BT1 1JE Tel: (028) 9024 4114

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Féile Fringe Sessions Diary 15

Presenting the very best of Irish traditional musicians FRIDAY 4TH FEBRUARY


Maddens Bar, 5pm Musicians: Jarlath McTiernan, Paul Maguire, Ryan O’Donnell and Trisha Clarke. Free event.

Maddens Bar, 3pm Musicians: Michael Clarkson, Blackie O’Connell, Ryan O’Donnell and Barry Kerr. Free event.

The Hercules Bar, 5pm Musicians: Grace Kelly, Laura Kerr, Michael McCague and Kevin Jones. Free event. Maddens Bar, 8pm The acclaimed Tommy O’Sullivan (“one of the great contemporary folk voices of Ireland”) and Paddy Keenan (accomplished uilleann piper, founding member of The Bothy Band, Ireland’s finest traditional folk ensemble) in a ‘Féile Special’. Admission £3. Maddens Bar, 10pm Musicians: Desi Adams, Barry Kerr, Ruadhrai O’Kane and Edel Fox. Free event.

The Hercules Bar, 3pm Musicians: Conor Caldwell, Trisha Clarke, Desi Adams and Brendan Quinn. Free event. Kellys Cellars, 4.30pm Irish Traditional Session Free event. Maddens Bar, 5.30pm Musicians: Grace Kelly, Blackie O’Connell, Kevin Jones and Ryan O’Donnell. Free event.

The Hercules Bar, 10pm Musicians: Desi Adams, Jason O’Rourke, Stevie Dunne and Laura Kerr. Free event. Maddens Bar, 10pm Musicians: Ryan O’Donnell, Barry Kerr, Darragh Murphy, John Joe Kelly and Edel Fox. Free event. SUNDAY 6TH FEBRUARY Maddens Bar, 2pm Musicians: Ed Boyd, John Joe Kelly, Darragh Murphy and Stevie Dunne. Free event.

The Hercules Bar, 5.30pm Musicians: Padraig Rynne, Karol Lynch and Ruadhrai O’Kane. Free event.

The Hercules Bar, 10pm Musicians: Aidan Walsh, Blackie O’Connell, Brendan Quinn and Darragh Murphy. Free event.

Tickets available online at

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Buíochas le.. Thank you Sponsors

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