Dates: 14 Mar - 14 Mar

Tickets: €10

Oíche speisialta de cheoil agus amhránaíocht dúchasach as Dún na nGall. Ó Thosaigh siad beirt ag taifead len banna, arb mór a thioncar, Skara Brae agus Bothy Band go dtí le déanaí agus iad ag breith leo n nduaiseanna, is féidir a rá go bhfuil Maighread agus Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill chun tosaigh mar na hamhránaithe is ceoltóirí duchasacha is fearr sa tír. Beidh taithí cheoil an bheirt Uí Dhomhnaill á nascadh le fuinneamh amh beirt fhidléir óg as Dún na nGall, Ciaran Ó Maonaigh agus Aidan O’Donnell.

Donegal comes to Dublin with an exciting blend of Irish traditional music and song where the sublime traditional singing of Maighread and Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill is matched by incendiary traditional fiddle playing from two young Donegal fiddle-players Ciaran Ó Maonaigh and Aidan O’Donnell.

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