Live Music

Niall McCabe

Fri 3 Nov
8pm
90 mins
£16.50 (including booking fees)
‘…the weight of personal experience and reflection makes it a masterpiece, in the true sense of the word’ - Irish Music Magazine.

 

‘A Sentimental Soulful Debut’ - HOT PRESS Magazine

'…an incredibly talented singer-songwriter and his song ‘Stonemason’ is one of the best I’ve ever heard’ – Miriam O’Callaghan, RTE Radio One.

Having earned a reputation as one of Ireland’s finest singers and songwriters McCabe has performed extensively with his Folk-Soul group The Niall McCabe Band over the past decade. Born on Clare Island, Co.Mayo, McCabe grew up in the family run pub awash with strong musical influences from traditional Irish and folk to rock and soul. It is here that Niall discovered his musical appetite and developed a style and voice that are unquestionably his own.

As well as becoming an  accomplished finger-stlye guitar player, more recently Niall has been lending his unique voice to Irish trad-fusion band Beoga touring Ireland, Europe and the USA while also playing support for Ed Sheeran, Foy Vance and Johnny Swim.

McCabe’s eagerly anticipated ‘Rituals’ album was released in February 2023 to critical acclaim and featured as RTE Album of the Week, while the song Rituals topped the RTE Radio airplay charts for five consecutive weeks.

Tickets

 

Full ticket prices
£16.50
Concessions
£13.50 
available to
anyone self-prescribing of a concession
Pay It Forward
£26.50
4 free tickets per night
4 free tickets available for anyone who identifies as in need. 

Prices stated are inclusive of all booking fees and charges.

Venue Info 
Barbican Theatre
Castle Street
The Barbican
Plymouth
PL1 2NJ
Situated behind the Mayflower Visitor Centre just off the main Barbican road (opposite the 'Prawn' and Mayflower Steps.
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