HERE COMES THE NIGHT LIVE

Dates: 12 May - 12 May

Tickets: €12

Donal Dineen presents an Evening of Musical Entertainment with performances by guest collaborators and various co-stars including Donnacha Costello, Nina Hynes, Katell Keineg and Jimmy Behan. Autamata will do an acoustic set and there’ll be another special guest or two.

All sounds set to a moving picture show. Ample room to roam or throw a shape. Chit-chat, laughter and dancing permitted. No commercial breaks or news reports.

The first ‘Here Comes the Night Live’ session in Project in December was a sell out success and featured star turns from Jape, The Tycho Brahe, The Jimmy Cake and Liam O’Maonlai.

* Proceeds to go to the Children’s Leukemia Fund, Crumlin Hospital.

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