On Tour: APR-JUN 2019 – Ireland / Sweden / Norway…

APRIL 2019


Sat 20. Wexford Arts Centre, Wexford
Cornmarket, Wexford
8.30pm / Tickets: €20
Booking info: +353 (0)53 912 3764 Email
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Wed 24. Klubb Ankaret, Gothenburg
at Kvartersscenen 2Lång, Andra Långgatan 30, 413 27 Gothenburg
7.30pm / Tickets: 100-150 SEK
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Thur 25. Blå Grotte, Fredrikstad
Nygaardsgt. 22-24, 1600 Fredrikstad
7pm / Tickets: 150-250 NOK
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Fri 26. Stallet, Stockholm
Stallgatan 7, 111 48 Stockholm
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Sat 27. Riksscenen, Oslo
Trondheimsveien 2, 0560 Oslo
6pm / Tickets: 100 NOK
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Sun 28. Steinbergdalshytta, Aurland
Steinbergdalshytta, Aurlandsdalen, Fylkesvei 50, 5745 Aurland
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Mon 29. Otta Kulturhus, Otta
Trondheimsveien 2, 0560 Oslo
7pm / Tickets: 250 NOK
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Tue 30. Terminalen Byscene, Ålesund
Keiser Wilhelms gate 6, 6003 Ålesund
9pm / Tickets: 249 NOK
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MAY 2019

Wed 1. Gamlebanken, Førde Get Ticket
Fri 3. Kilden, Kristiansand
Sjølystveien 2, 4610 Kristiansand
7.30pm / Tickets: 100-200 NOK
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Sun 5. House Concert, Lastad Get Ticket

JUNE 2019


Sun 2. June Fest, Newbridge w/ Dónal Lunny
at Newbridge Town Hall, Main St, Kilbelin, Newbridge, Co. Kildare
8pm / Tickets: €20 from Riverbank Arts Centre Box Office or ONLINE
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Sat 8. Inkwell Theatre, Minane Bridge
Tracton Arts & Community Centre, Minane Bridge, Co. Cork
8pm / Tickets: €20 from the XL Shop in Minane Bridge or ONLINE
Booking Info: +353 (0)86 071 1910 Email
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JULY 2019


Fri 12. Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh
The Old Yacht Club, Cobh, Co. Cork
Doors: 7.45pm / Stage: 8pm / Tickets: €20
Booking info: +353 (0)21 481 3790 Email

Irish Post – Podcast Interview: London Calling |Paul Brady and Andy Irvine |

Irish folk legends Paul Brady and Andy Irvine on collaboration, friendship and their return to London after four decades

BY: Ryan Price
October 03, 2018

VETERANS of Irish music, Paul Brady and Andy Irvine joined the London Calling podcast ahead of their upcoming return to London.

On the 12th episode of the podcast, Brady and Irvine spoke to host Ryan Price from Paul’s studio in Dublin, as they prepare to play London together for the first time in over 40 years.

On the 15 October, two of Ireland’s finest musicians will take to stage at Barbican Hall to play songs from their 1977 album, Paul Brady and Andy Irvine, which remains to be regarded as a seminal piece of work in Irish music.

The pair first entered the studio together at the beginning of 1976, following the breakup of folk band Planxty. Brady was to take over from Christy Moore who had vacated the popular group, but it soon became clear that the two would fare better by collaborating between themselves.

That they did, and in the summer of ’76 they hunkered down in Rockfield Studios in Wales to compile a combination of songs which included ‘Plains of Kildare’, ‘Arthur McBride’ and ‘The Streets of Derry’.

In this conversation, both Brady and Irvine opened up about the Dublin folk scene of the 1960’s and 70’s, the creation of their much-loved album and their friendship which has remained strong over the years.

Paul Brady and Andy Irvine will be joined by Donal Lunny and Kevin Burke at their show at London’s Barbican on Monday 15 October.

Tickets are still available and can be purchased here.

The pair also play Dublin’s National Concert Hall, Cork Opera House and Prague’s Archa Theatre.