We are delighted to announce: Peter Broderick live at Connolly’s of Leap 8th Aug, 2021.
Tickets on sale NOW.
As we are strictly adhering to covid regulations and are prioritising your safety and enjoyment we have a limited capacity. The performances are outdoors. There are no standing tickets. A table must be purchased. Tables are limited to max seating party of 6 and each table is well spaced from one another. All staff are wearing masks and following sanitising standards. There will be no orders taken at the bar, all table service. We will require a name and telephone number from each table booked for contact tracing. Customers will have to wear face coverings at all times when not seated at their table. We are closing at 11:30pm. If you have any other questions or concerns, do get in touch.
Each performance will take place in the new idyllic outdoor space, under a canopy. With plenty of space to gather safely together. We are opening our doors early if you would like to have food.
If you wish to book for dinner please call Julie 0830104294
Peter Broderick is a multi-instrumentalist and composer who grew up in Oregon, and has lived most of his adult life in Europe, currently based in rural Ireland with his family. His initial immersion in the Portland folk scene and the beginnings of social media (in particular, early Myspace), led him to make connections across the globe, first with renowned Danish group Efterklang —with whom he toured extensively for five years— and soon after with a host of international composers based in Berlin. He has released solo records on cherished labels such as Bella Union and Erased Tapes, and spends much of his time creating commissioned work for film, TV and modern dance.
Rufous Nightjar The friendship of Branwen Kavanagh, Anna-Mieke Bishop and Zoé Basha, known collectively as Rufous Nightjar, came alive in a golden era of underground traditional and folk music in Dublin. The three were performers and musicians in their own right and took part in one anothers creative projects over the years. In the summer of 2018, their shared interest in traditional singing led the three to travel across Eastern Europe learning folk songs. During this trip they developed an intricate and harmonious dynamic which has led them to working together on a collaborative project.