South Dublin County

Live Music by Niamh Keane Quartet, Spoken Word by Barry Currivan and Open Mic

North Clondalkin Library

Niamh Keane is a singer-songwriter, violinist and guitarist, performer from Clondalkin, Dublin. She released her debut EP ‘Lake Michigan’ during lockdown, described by the Echo as ‘a collection of ethereal acoustic sounds’. Born into a family that have always enjoyed a sing-song, the violin, piano and acoustic guitar came to be ever-present in her life. To date, Keane has shared the stage with renowned Irish musicians such as Andrea Corr, Damien Dempsey, Kíla and Stocktons Wing. 2019 saw her perform on somewi of Irelands renowned stages including Electric Picnic, The Ruby Sessions, the Sugar Club and Whelans to name a few. Furthermore, her songwriting has been recognised by her contemporaries with IMRO’s Christie Hennessy Songwriting Contest and the Pan Celtic National Song Contest.

Barry Currivan is a Clondalkin based poet and spoken word artist. Barry’s humorous and imaginative takes on the highs, lows and middle bits of day to day life continue to be welcomed wherever he performs.

The open mic will close the evening & all music and spoken word performances are welcome. Please email [email protected] to sign up.

Genres: Literature | Poetry, Music
Age Suitability: all ages
Features: Family friendly, Wheelchair accessible
Address: North Clondalkin Library, Liscarne Close, Rowlagh, Dublin, Ireland
Phone: 014149269
Locations: South Dublin County
Event Start Time (pm)
7.30 pm
Event End Time (pm)
9.30 pm
No Booking Required