Saturday, 22nd September 2018
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Come join three of Ireland’s most celebrated acts on Saturday 14 April at 8pm in the beautiful surroundings of St Patrick’s Gateway, with Waterford’s Marc O’Reilly, Wexford’s Basciville and Dublin’s Ailbhe Reddy.

Marc O’Reilly has released three critically acclaimed albums to date, 'Human Herdings’, 'My Friend Marx’ and Morality Mortali; and has established himself as one of the most excitingartists within the folk/blues genre gaining comparisons with artists such as John Martyn and Bon Iver. His brand new album (number four) Politique will be available to buy on the night.

Dublin musician Ailbhe Reddy is a singer-songwriter whose deeply personal heart-on- her-sleeve lyrics and a memorable voice lingers with you long after your first taste. She recently released which has received great critical success, with the single Fingertips being featured on Clash Magazine, Wonderland Magazine and The Line of Best Fit, to name a few.

Ireland has a rich history of Soulful and Blues influenced music, Basciville are quickly becoming one of the leading and most significant forces in modern Irish Soul and Blues music.

Their sound is as eclectic as it is focused, aiming to bring together pop sensibility with jazz and blues ideals.

As always Labyrinth’s Between The Bars concert series is built around music, food and wine.

Momo restaurant will present a pre-concert 2 course meal with a glass of wine / beer for 25 euro to all ticket holders from 5:30pm. Wine will be served before each show, and at the interval.

Gig tickets 15 euro from Momo restaurant 47 Patrick’s Street and online at


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