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Having recently played a sold out concert as part of NYF Dublin in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Liam Ó Maonlaí and his all-star band take to the road this April with performances lined up in to include Waterford at the Theatre Royal, on

Sunday 16th April @ 8pm

Ré (pronounced ‘ray’ and meaning ‘moon’ or ‘era’ in Irish) features some of Ireland’s most innovative and decorated musicians. Maitiú Ó Casaide, the Dublin based piper; Cormac Begley whose concertina playing has been described as ‘a masterclass; Eithne Ní Chatháin (Inni-K), a highly celebrated traditional singer and fiddle player from Co.

Kildareounding member of the Hothouse Flowers and revered songwriter and accompanist, Peter O'Toole from Dublin adds a depth of musicality and sensitivity to this eclectic group.

Over the past three years the band have performed at some of the main international arts festivals including the Sydney Arts Festival, New Zealand Arts Festival, Singapore Arts Festival, Hong Kong Arts Festival.

They have also toured extensively throughout Europe and have performed at the Lincoln Centre in New York.

To book for this event contact Box Office T: 051 874402 or http://www.theatreroyal.ie

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