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Stendhal: Festival Roundup Saturday

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23rd August 2019

Folk and Tumble returned for a second day of mud and music at the fantastic Stendhal Festival catching up with Damien Dempsey, Lisa O'Neill and much more.

Stendhal: Festival Roundup Friday

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21st August 2019

As the rain began to fall on Northern Ireland's Stendhal Festival, Folk and Tumble took some shelter from the storm to catch up with artists aplenty.

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Richard Thompson in The Ulster Hall, Belfast

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14th August 2019

Richard Thompson makes a welcome return to Belfast. One year on from his last performance, he plays a pared-back set of classics to a packed Ulster Hall.

Jesse Malin live in Belfast

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25th June 2019

Eighteen years after its release, Jesse Malin's 'The Fine Art Of Self-Destruction' has come of age and the live performance shows no signs of slowing down.

Kieran Goss and Annie Kinsella live in Belfast

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12th June 2019

Talented writers, vocalists, and husband and wife, it has taken Kieran Goss and Annie Kinsella 24 years to make a record together and take it on the road.

Fairport Convention live in Belfast

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29th May 2019

Legendary pioneers of the folk genre, Fairport Convention make a stop in Belfast's Lyric Theatre with support from homegrown talent The 4 Of Us.

Alejandro Escovedo live in Belfast

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7th May 2019

Songwriter, storyteller, rocker, cowboy, poet, and playwright Alejandro Escovedo brings his latest record 'The Crossing' to life on stage in Belfast.

Glen Hansard live in Derry

Damian McNairney

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17th April 2019

It's hard to match the phenomenon that is Glen Hansard on stage. His show in St. Columb's Hall, Derry is another one to remember for all the right reasons.

The Orphan Brigade – live in Belfast

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1st April 2019

Three members of the Orphan Brigade are in Belfast for something of a hometown show for Ben Glover. The setting is the old church, now Duncairn Arts Centre.