Eleanor McEvoy

Mill Theatre, Friday 18th February

Having released her 16th album “Gimme Some Wine” to rave reviews at the end of 2021, Eleanor McEvoy one of Ireland’s foremost songwriters is now back on the road following the release of her latest riveting single “South Anne Street”

Her live show is spellbinding. She walks in a single pool of light, the stage set with an electric guitar, an acoustic guitar, violin, piano and a small amp. What follows has been enthralling audiences around the world for decades.


Date:
Friday 18th February
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€23 - €25
Address:
dlr Mill Theatre Dundrum, Dundrum, Dublin, Ireland

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