We are delighted to present our live performance series Back at The Dock. We hope you will have a wonderful night in the company of friends and family.
These will take place outdoors in a covered walled area at The Dock where you can enjoy performances over weekend nights from July 23rd to September 5th.
Cathal Ó Curráin, from Gaoth Dobhair, Co.Donegal & Marty Barry from Banbridge, Co.Down join forces to bring you a special concert. Both Cathal Ó Curráin & Marty Barry come from families deeply rooted in the song tradition and can trace their musical lineage back to the 1800s. Their interests in music come from songs and stories they collected. Cathal, from his aunts Caitlín and Bríd Joe Jack, and Marty through his great-grandmother renowned singer Margaret Barry.
Cathal Ó Curráin is a traditional musician and singer from Gaoth Dobhair, Co.Donegal. From an early age Cathal was immersed in music from attending regular sessions in Teach Huidaì Beag and from the yearly classes in An Chrannóg. Cathal has travelled the world with different bands to America, Australia, New Zealand and all throughout Europe. His most recent work includes an Album with The High Seas, The Conifers, The Friel Sisters and Aoife Scott’s “Homebird” with the multi- Grammy award winning, Ron Block of Alisson Krauss and Union Station.
Marty Barry is a traditional musician/singer plays guitar, banjo and bouzouki. A graduate of music at the University of Limerick, Marty has featured on recent releases such as Emily Flack’s ‘Throwing Shapes’ and Alan Reid and Rachel Conlan’s ‘A Quare Yield, and is currently putting the final touches to his debut solo release.