Thursday, 26th April 2018
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Central Arts is very excited to announce that the infamous deep house duo Fish Go Deep are to play a gig in the venue on March 11. Fish Go Deep (AKA Greg Dowling and Shane Johnson) have been playing records in their home-town of Cork for more than twenty years and in that time have become legends of the Irish house music scene.

Throughout the nineties their residency at Sir Henry's introduced a generation of Irish clubbers to house music and played host to some of the biggest names on the underground circuit. Since then the duo have conquered the world, traveling their unique sound to clubs and festivals throughout Ireland, Europe and beyond.

They have released two albums, more than a dozen EPs and several compilations, presented radio shows and a much-loved weekly podcast, hosted many of the world’s top house DJs at their regular hometown Go Deep parties, not to mention production work under the Fish Go Deep name with over forty releases on a hugely diverse range of labels worldwide. The duo reached number one on both the dance chart and indie chart with their track ‘The Cure & the Cause’.

This is going to be a night you won’t want to miss to make sure you get your tickets before they sell out. This is a BYOB gig and doors open at 9:30pm. Tickets priced at just ?12 are available from http://www.centralarts.ie. And don’t forget to check out the Central Arts Facebook page for more info and gig announcements as they happen!

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