Coming up at Nenagh Arts Centre

Eleanor McEvoy plays at Nenagh Arts Centre this Saturday 1st March.

Eleanor McEvoy performs in the intimate setting of Nenagh Arts Centre on this Saturday 1st of March.

 McEvoy’s shows are emotional, uplifting affairs in which she explores soul, love and humour, using her own compositions and interpretations from other songbooks, with her unique voice and beautiful playing. 

Writer and singer of the title track from Ireland’s best ever selling album ‘A Woman’s Heart”, Eleanor’s first solo album went on to sell 250,000 copies. ‘Precious Little’ was a Billboard hit and Sophie has become a worldwide focus and eleanormcevoy1comfort to millions of young people with eating disorders. 

 Her most recent album ‘If You Leave’ was her first studio album since ‘I’d Rather Go Blonde’ in 2010. The collection features eight new songs and four interpretations including ‘God only Knows’, ‘True Colours’, and ‘Lift the Wings’ from ‘Riverdance’. Recorded live in the studio with some of Ireland’s finest players the album shows Eleanor in a more bluesy neo-retro style.

 Tickets for the Nenagh concert are €18 and are available online from:, by phone on 067 34400, or by calling to the Arts Centre in Banba Square. The concert starts at8 p.m.

Support act  is Tom White.


The Spook of the Thirteenth Lock at Nenagh Arts Centre on Saturday March 8th

‘The Spook of the Thirteenth Lock’ who play Nenagh Arts Centre on March 8th, take their unusual name from a poem about a haunted canal lock in Dublin.

 The band complement Irish trad sounds with more modern experimental rock sounds. With the release of their album ‘The Brutal Here and Now’ they have created melodic folk rock with a dark, modern feel. They veer away from other up and coming artists in tracing a line from the Irish 60’s folk revival through progressive, kraut and post rock.

Live they are a powerful five-piece, overlaying intricate folk melodies with swirling squalls of feedback, delay and soaring three-part harmonies.

 The UK Guardian described their album as ‘a delight’ and The Irish Times said it was ‘brazen, blazing and brilliant’, while Hot Press stated that it was ‘utterly spell-binding’.

 The concert takes place on Saturday 8th March at 9pm. Support is Pauric O’Meara.

 Admission at a special price of four for €30 or are €10 each. Online booking at


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