- 12 Feb 24
Other acts set to perform across the May Bank Holiday weekend include Rónán Ó Snodaigh & Myles O'Reilly, Junior Brother, Brigid Mae Power, Jordan O'Leary (of The Scratch), Paahto & The Bull, Alfi, Saileog Ní Cheannabháin, and Ellie O'Neill.
Skinty Records – the traditional Irish record label founded by Fontaines D.C.'s Tom Coll – has joined forces with The Broadside Hacks Folk Club to present Féile MOTH, a special run of shows taking place at the Moth Club in London this May Bank Holiday.
Described as a "four day celebration of Irish music," Féile MOTH will kick off on Friday, May 3, with a special show curated by The Pogues' Spider Stacy, marking the 40th anniversary of the band's debut album, Red Roses For Me. The gig will feature special guests, yet to be announced.
On the Saturday, May 4, Rónán Ó Snodaigh & Myles O'Reilly will headline a night of music that will also include a solo set from The Scratch's Jordan O'Leary, as well as performances from Alfi and Saileog Ní Cheannabháin.
John Francis Flynn, Junior Brother and Ellie O'Neill will all play on the Sunday night, May 5 – while the Monday, May 6, will see Andy Irvine, Brigid Mae Power and Paahto & The Bull all take to the stage.
Tickets are available here.
Broadside Hacks is a London-based label and collective. See footage from past Broadside Hacks Folk Club events here.
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