Tuesday 15 October 2019

Star Zoe, John and Liam O Maonlai to bring the magic

The Highlanes Gallery hosts a programme of four, one hour, evening recitals of traditional music by some of the best and most influential artists of their genre.

The first in a series of four unique performances sees the accomplished and mastery of Zoë Conway & John McIntyre this Wednesday February 27th. The pride of An Lú, All-Ireland Senior Fiddle Champion (2001), and virtuoso musician, Zoë Conway makes a welcome return to the gallery with guitarist and husband John McIntyre for a wonderful night of music. Having played live not only during the Drogheda Arts Festival in 2018, Zoë & John made a spectacular series of performances during the hugely successful Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2018, most notably with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, Bill Whelan, Donal Lunny and Mick O'Brien. Expect the exceptional in this evening's concert.

Next week sees one of Ireland's most original musician's, Liam Ó Maonlaí, perform on a Steinway Model D piano within the gallery on Wednesday March 6th at 7:30pm. Liam has had a hugely successful and lengthy career as a member of the Hothouse Flowers

Tickets are available through Eventbrite at €15 per night, with a special All Four Evenings ticket still available for purchase at €40. (Available up to Wednesday February 27th)

Doors Open from 7:00pm with all recitals beginning at 7.30pm. Seats are allocated on a first-come first-served basis. Recitals are 1 hour in duration.

For all enquires and further information telephone the gallery on 041-9803311 or visit

The Highlanes Gallery is pleased to announce for the occasion of Mary A.Kelly's newest exhibition, CHAIR, and with Anglo Printers generous sponsorship and tireless work, a series of limited edition prints of one of Mary's amazing pieces of work. Snow Falling by Mary A.Kelly can be purchased as one of a limited edition of 50 prints from the Highlanes Gallery. Each Giclee Fine Art Print is available for €190, unframed, and can be bought directly from the Highlanes Gallery.

Drogheda Independent