Niamh Bury

Niamh Bury @ St. John’s Church

Book Now Fri 2 Aug @ 8pm

Niamh Bury @ St. John’s Church

Fri 2 Aug @ 8pm Book Now
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Niamh Bury @ St. John’s Church

Niamh Bury

Presented as part of First Fridays

For your convenience, patrons purchasing tickets at the venue are asked to please bring cash where possible. 


Venue: St. John’s Church, Battery Road

Niamh Bury has been hailed as one of Irish folk’s most exciting new talents – a particularly prestigious coup during a time when the genre is garnering so much attention around the world. The respected UK music magazine CLASH referred to Niamh in an interview as “The rising voice breaking boundaries for Irish folk”.

RTÉ Radio 1 has featured all of her singles on their coveted ‘RTÉ Radio 1 Recommends’ list. The Sunday Times featured her on the cover of their Culture Magazine as her first single ‘Beehive’ was released – an incredible achievement for a new artist; such is the regard in which Niamh and her music are held.

Last December, Niamh stunned audiences at Other Voices Dingle where she played three very special sets. 2024 began with Niamh being named in The Irish Times’ noted ‘50 People to Watch in 2024’ list, shortlisted in the Best Emerging Artist category at the RTÉ Radio 1 Folk Awards and invited to perform as part of the ceremony, invited to perform at The London Irish Centre as part of their A, and added to the incredible ‘Tradition Now’ line-up at the National Concert Hall in Dublin.

This August will see Niamh deliver an enthralling set at St. John’s Church on Battery Road as part of Longford’s First Fridays.

 

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