Wed, 06 Oct | Dublin 1

A Family Affair

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A Family Affair

Time & Location

06 Oct, 19:00
Dublin 1, 35 Liffey St. Lower, North City, Dublin 1, D01 C3N0, Ireland

About The Event

A Family Affair

Two generations of songwriters

Two Families

One Night

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Doctor Millar +  Cruel Sister +

Miriam Ingram +

Really Good Time

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Wednesday- OCT 6th 2021 

Limited Seating Tickets €15

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Called 'an Irish national treasure' by the Irish Times, 'Ireland's greatest Songwriter' by Hotpress, and 'a stunning live talent' by London’s Time Out magazine, Sean Millar has released five Studio albums as Doctor Millar each to huge critical acclaim.

His large-scale work for orchestra 'Sometimes the Signal Jumps' based on interviews with residents of Bluebell housing estate, was performed at the National Concert Hall by the NSO.

He has just finished mixing a new folky album “You're Ruining Everything”, featuring the likes of Donal Lunny, Bill Whelan and Liam O Maonlaí and has secured a deal for its release in Ireland, the UK and Europe.

Cruel Sister is the moniker of Faith Millar, Sean’s daughter, who’s debut single ‘My Forever’  was lauded by critics and received national airplay.

Miriam Ingram is an experimental singer/songwriter from Dublin, who entwines acoustic and electric elements to create music that is both delicate and bold. Since her debut 'Trampoline' and the follow-up 'Trampolonica' album, Miriam has been steadily working behind the scenes.She recently released her first track in thirteen years, the wonderful 'Spells'.

Tagging themselves as ‘Dublin's hottest post-crunk apré-garde supergroup’ Really Good Time are fresh on the scene and through sheer energy, good humour and dazzling tunes aspire to change our lives for the better. Fronted by Diolmhain Ingram-Roche (Miriam’s son and previously known as Wastefellow, a venerable electronic musician in his own right) the band are out to storm up the Quays and conquer Dublin by force of nature.

With big thanks to the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media + The Live Venue Collective for helping make this show possible.

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