Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

Inside The Fold

Brand new space about to be launched in Dublin for improvised and experimental music. The Fold will be located in St Audeon’s, that church on High Street which DEAF used for some gigs in 2007, and will have four outings …

Tue, Mar 10, 2009, 14:02

   

Brand new space about to be launched in Dublin for improvised and experimental music. The Fold will be located in St Audeon’s, that church on High Street which DEAF used for some gigs in 2007, and will have four outings over the next couple of months.

Fold 1 (March 26) will feaure Seán Óg, Fergus Cullen, Gavin Duffy, Karl Him and Iarla O’Lionáird. Fold 2 (April 23) has the excellent Moira (who played a very fine gig at 12 Points last month) and Rainfear, a new live yoke from David Donohoe and Peter Maybury. Fold 3 (May 21) will have Justin Carroll’s Triple Piglet and the Electronic Sensoria Band, while Fold 4 (June 4) will star fiddle maestro Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh, Threadpulls and an one-off spoken word jobbie from Cathal Coughlan. Bet he won’t be taking the 123 to the gig. Oh no.

More info here or here.

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