Veterans of the Irish music scene The Colonials have rolled out their high-energy performances to huge crowds all over Europe and the Middle East for the past 30 years. Following their appearances in big-budget movies such as “Leap Year” starring Amy Adams and Brendan O’Carroll’s “Agnes Browne” the band developed a worldwide audience. Fiddle player and songwriter Ger Doyle’s song “I Can’t Dance” achieved chart success in Europe resulting in numerous TV appearances and was later recorded by Stockton’s Wing. Singer/guitarist Patrick O’Gorman previously toured with Dick Farrelly and Paul Moore, members of the Van Morrison band. Banjo player Anthony “Titch” Warde was awarded a gold disc for “Dancing At The Crossroads” which was a number 1 hit in Ireland in 1996. Don’t miss this chance to witness The Colonials in a rare Dublin appearance!
The Oliver St John Gogarty, Library Bar
Thursday Jan 23rd 6pm (Doors 5pm)
Friday Jan 24th 6pm (Doors 5pm)
The Old Storehouse
Saturday Jan 25th 4pm (Doors 3pm)
The Auld Dubliner
Sunday Jan 26th 3pm (Doors 2pm)