19 Jan - 5 Feb 2023

Lisa O'Neill and special guest Cormac Begley


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2nd Feb 2023
The Mackintosh Church
£17.92 includes booking fee
Age restrictions
Over 14s only. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult over 18.
Seating Type
Celtic Connections 2023

Over the years Lisa O'Neill has quietly built a reputation for herself on the Irish and international scenes. Now she has a growing following with her unique folk sound, strong song-writing and distinctive voice. Her debut release Has an Album was followed in 2013 by Choice-nominated Same Cloth Or Not. Her 3rd album Pothole in the Sky was released to critical acclaim and is filled with tension and emotion, contextualising themes of love, loss, heartache and sorrow today through referencing tales from the past with beauty, honesty and defiance. Lisa’s last release on the Rough Trade imprint River Lea, Heard A Long Gone Song has garnered huge acclaim both at home and abroad. ‘Blackbird’, a song from the last album has also recently been featured in Peaky Blinders winning Lisa lots of new fans. 

“This is as beautiful as it gets.” (The Irish Times)

Cormac Begley is embarking on an Irish and European concert tour during April and May to celebrate the release of his second solo album entitled "B". This album is the first solo bass concertina album of any musical genre and will be available at concerts until its release date. Cormac is concertina player from west Kerry and he plays 13 concertinas that range from bass to piccolo register. His debut solo album received critical acclaim accumulating 5-star reviews. “B” stands for Bass, Baile (meaning home), Beaglaoich, Baile an Rua Bhroic, Blueprint, Begley and a host of insults beginning with the letter ‘B’!

Venue details

The Mackintosh Church
870 Garscube Road
G20 7EL
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