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October 2021

€15
22October
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

CMAT – Extra Tickets Added

Extra ticket have been added for CMAT’s show at Connolly’s of Leap on October 22nd. If you have any difficulties booking the tickets, please don’t hesitate to contact Jules at 0838392164

€15
22October
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

CMAT – Early show *TIME CHANGE*

This show has now been merged with the original 19:30 show.   More tickets have been announced and are on sale now    

€5
22October
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

DJ Sally Cinnamon – Live at Connolly’s of Leap

One of our absolute favourite DJs, Sally Cinnamon, is coming to Connolly’s on October 22nd. She will take over the stage after CMAT’s performance this Friday night. Come and join us for our first dance party of the year! Tickets on sale now – €5 + booking fee 10pm till late . . . As the self-professed Lady Mayoress of Dublin in Waiting, Sally Foran is a bird with many ideas and high ideals. If musical taste is a valid candidate selection, she’s got our vote! As a live DJ she has shifted people from seats to dance floors all over Ireland since 2001, with countless slots at all of Ireland’s best festivals and club nights across the country, including long-standing residencies in Dublin clubs Tripod, RíRá, Izakaya & Tengu and Hang Dai. Check out Sally’s set recordings and mixes to hear music from a hugely diverse arena of new and old, all beautifully emotive, All genres considered and every song afforded its due chance by a keen ear.

€15
23October
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

One Late Night

SAT OCT 23RD ⁠ ⁠ Strength in Numbers Presents ⁠ ⁠ ONE LATE NIGHT at Connolly’s⁠ ⁠ Honey we’re dancing again!⁠ We are very excited to throw a proper party again, cannot wait to see you on the dance floor.⁠ ⁠ With⁠ ⁠ CiCi Cavanagh @cicicava⁠ Arveene @arveene⁠ Bon Voyage @bonvoyageworlswide⁠ Andy Bell – Space Station Live (Oasis / Glok /Ride) @andybebop⁠ Ben Bix Live (Meltybrains / SimSimma) @benbox.wav⁠ Def Nettle (Dj Set)@defnettle⁠ ⁠ Tickets €15 + booking (€20 on the door)⁠ ⁠ Doors 8pm till late⁠ .

€35
24October
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

Mick Flannery and Susan O’Neill – In the Game – Afternoon Show

3pm Afternoon Show – October 24th 2021 In a first for multi-platinum artist Mick Flannery, he and Irish newcomer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Susan O’Neill have come together on a collaboration album ‘In The Game’. In The Game is a themed collection of songs about a couple coming together and falling apart, a journey familiar to most. The highs and lows of the game of love, that raw space that the human condition can leave one most vulnerable. This record is as nostalgic as it is a fresh wound, it’s so familiar yet a stranger. 14 songs in a timeless capsule, the songs on In The Game will resonate for a long time after. The album was written and recorded over the summer of 2020 during lockdown, between Cork and Los Angeles. Produced ‘virtually’ by LA based, Australian producer Tony Buchen (Courtney Barnett, Smashing Pumpkins, Tim Finn), and featuring musicians from both Ireland and America

€35
24October
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

Mick Flannery and Susan O’Neill – In the Game

In a first for multi-platinum artist Mick Flannery, he and Irish newcomer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Susan O’Neill have come together on a collaboration album ‘In The Game’.  In The Game is a themed collection of songs about a couple coming together and falling apart, a journey familiar to most. The highs and lows of the game of love, that raw space that the human condition can leave one most vulnerable. This record is as nostalgic as it is a fresh wound, it’s so familiar yet a stranger. 14 songs in a timeless capsule, the songs on In The Game will resonate for a long time after.  The album was written and recorded over the summer of 2020 during lockdown, between Cork and Los Angeles.  Produced ‘virtually’ by LA based, Australian producer Tony Buchen (Courtney Barnett, Smashing Pumpkins, Tim Finn), and featuring musicians from both Ireland and America. 

November 2021

€23
13November
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

HousePlants

HousePlants is the exciting full-fledged creative vision of two of Ireland’s most respected artists – Bell X1 frontman Paul Noonan and innovative atmospheric producer Daithí. “Having made ‘Take The Wheel’ together for Daithí’s most recent record, I sent him a song last summer by way of a ‘Howaya?’, really, but also for his banger sensibilities!” says Noonan. “We began trading ideas with the loose manifesto that whatever we were doing was not ‘Take The Wheel’, that we go the other way and make music to blow the cobwebs off, something that we could imagine playing at a 2am festival slot.” Daithí picks up the thread. “It doesn’t feel like one of us featuring on the other’s music – it’s greater than the sum of its parts,” he says. “I’ve always worked as a solo producer so forming a band has been a lovely experience. There’s magic in seeing one of your ideas being worked on from a different point of view, sending music to someone you trust and having it return as a brand new piece of art. The more you work together on an idea, the further it goes until eventually you can’t see the seams. It’s something completely unique.” Debut single ‘What’s With All The Pine?’ is peppered with playful observations courtesy of Noonan’s wandering mind, forever etching little mental notes during his many virtual appointments across the past year. Noonan considers the track “an attempt to speak to one of the phenomena of this time; the sometimes soul-crushing Zoom calls, the efforts to convey a certain taste or togetherness with our backgrounds – while all around us is going to shit! – having a snoop, an interest in others’ private spaces and a certain judgy-ness around it all.” For both artists, the project represents reclamation amidst a…

€15
19November
Connolly’s of Leap, Connolly's of Leap, Main St.
Leap, Cork Ireland

Anna Mieke

Anna Mieke is an Irish musician and songwriter, based in county Wicklow. Her debut album ‘Idle Mind’, described as “a strikingly confident collection of songs, full of blue sky thinking and wide open horizons” by the Irish Times, was released independently in April 2019. Inspiration for her writing stems from a colourful background of experience: learning Maori songs at school in New Zealand, cycling through Europe, living in Granada, learning folk songs in Bulgaria and performing cello in the Cork-based experimental improv group, HEX. Anna Mieke performs with percussionist Matthew Jacobson, Ryan Hargadon on saxophone, synth and Brían Mac Gloinn on fiddle and harmonium. She has shared stages with many other artists, including playing support shows for the likes of Lisa Hannigan, Martin Hayes, This Is The Kit, Lankum, Gyda Valtysdottir (múm) and Rozi Plain. She was nominated for the RTÉ Folk Award ‘Best Emerging Act’ 2019 following her album release. Anna Mieke is also one-third of the singing trio Rufous Nightjar, whose debut album is set for release next year. “A deliciously bearable lightness of being defines Anna Mieke’s debut album. It’s a strikingly confident collection of 10 songs, full of blue sky thinking and wide open horizons… Idle Mind is a slow burner (in the very best sense) that promises many fresh revelations with each return visit. A deliriously renewable energy source” – Siobhan Long, The Irish Times “Indeed, Idle Mind is not just a stunning debut record, nor is it just an amazing Irish record: it’s a record that proves Mieke to be one of the most promising artists on the Irish independent sphere and mature musician and songwriter whose work deserves to be heard far and wide” – The Thin Air

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