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St Patrick's Gateway Thursday 28 December (8pm)

What better way to spend the festive season then to join Labyrinth Management & Events in St Patrick’s Gateway on Thursday 28 December at 8pm for an inspiring evening of masterful songwriting and playing with The Gloamings Iarla Ó Lionáird and Steve Cooney, with support from Lorcan Reidy.

Iarla Ó Lionáird's singing style has carried him to stages and concert halls all over the world, from New York’s Carnegie Hall to the Sydney Opera House and beyond. He has performed and recorded with such luminaries as Peter Gabriel, Robert Plant, Nick Cave and Sinead O’Connor.

Steve Cooney is a virtuoso guitar player, arranger, composer and poet who has been a towering influence on the contemporary Irish music scene ever since moving to Ireland from his native Melbourne in 1981. A rock and blues musician originally, Steve Cooney first joined seminal band Stockton’s Wing as a bass and didgeridoo player before immersing himself in the Irish scene.

Fresh from his sell out Dime A Dozen show and mesmerising Kíla suppports the 'Stunner From Ballygunner' Lorcan Reidy has more original tracks in his arsenal ready to unleash on a Waterford audience.

As always these shows are built around music, food and wine. Momo restaurant will present a pre-concert 2 course meal with a glass of wine / beer for €25 to all ticket holders from 6pm.

Wine will be served before each show, and at the interval.

Tickets €20 from Momo restaurant 47 Patrick's Street, The Bearded Lady 22 Michael Street and online at http://www.uticket.ie

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