16th of March / TOTHAS / Live Music

As a St. Patrick’s Day Special, TOTHAS brings us a night filled with beautiful acoustic melodies, and a lot of Irish folk! Starting at 7:30pm upstairs at The Horse’s Function Room, as always, you get five wonderful music performances for just £5.00 (to be shared among artists at the end of the night).

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This time on TOTHAS:

London based Dubliner Rob Corcoran’s sings and writes songs influenced by vintage American and Irish folk.  Rob’s songs are well-crafted and engaging, his voice is soulful with a touch of Dublin brouge. Rob, who sings and plays acoustic guitar, will be joined by his band of Necessary Evils. 

Irish folk musician, J Eoin (originally from Limerick City) established himself as a solo performer and toured with some of the great Irish Folk revivalists of the time including the traditional band Clannad and the contemporary Folk Rock band Scullion.

This show’s young talent is Megan Collins, a self-taught singer/songwriter from County Cork, now based in London.


Tommy McArdle‘s debut album “Fractured Soul” was released in 2008. His style and song-writing was influenced by listening to the many amazing artist both from and passing through the hot bed of talent that is Buncrana, County Donegal.

As always a great kick off is promised by first act Moykal O’Bui (BoysterousSounds) who will be performing with brother, Tony Boyce on this special occasion.

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