Storyteller Rab Fulton and sean-nós singer Aodán Ó Ceallaigh explore songs and stories of early adulthood - the quest for work, leaving the home, and making one’s way in the world. The concert takes place in the National Print Museum, a historical print house which was once home to generations of young Dubliners entering the workforce.
The event will also feature a ‘songs from the floor’ session, giving audience members a chance to provide a song or story of their own, relevant to the given theme.
Gnás is a series of site-specific performances celebrating the ritualistic nature of the Irish arts, beginning in infancy and childhood, progressing to adolescence and adulthood, and ending in death and the afterlife. Each event will feature a ‘songs from the floor’ session giving the audience a chance to contribute their song or story relevant to the given theme.
ABAIR is a programme of traditional singing and storytelling events curated by Macdara Yeates, exploring the oral folk traditions of Ireland. Taken from the Irish word meaning ‘to say’ and ‘to sing’, the four-day schedule offers a broad range of intimate, unplugged performances highlighting the richness and beauty of these traditions, still preserved and practiced to the present day.