Concerts in Killarney
13 December 2013
Jimmy Carr and his brand new show Gagging Order comes to the INEC Killarney on Friday December 13th 2013. Brand new show brand new jokes same old Jimmy. Gagging Order promises to be a hilarious night out. The show will be packed with one liners stories and jokes. Some clever some rude and a few totally unacceptable. Everybodys welcome. Just leave your conscience sense of common decency and moral compass at home and come on out for a laugh. Jimmy has sold over a million DVDs and hosted countless including Big Fat Quiz of the Year, 8 out of 10 Cats, 10 oclock Live along with making regular appearances on A League of their Own. However, stand up is what he does best so make sure and come and see for yourself.
Declan O Rourke
30 December 2013
The Dublin Singer Songwriter makes a welcome return to the INEC Acoustic Club. Declan O Rourke was a latecomer to the Dublin singer songwriter scene. But, in his mid twenties, within months of discovering Dublin s bustling songwriter open mic circuit, O Rourke found himself in the mix with the likes of Paddy Casey, Gemma Hayes, Damian Rice and many other Irish singer songwriters. In 2004, Declan released his debut album, Since Kyabram. Such was the critical and commercial success of Since Kyabram in Ireland that it opened the doors for him internationally, earning him plaudits from the likes of Snow Patrol, Kate Rusby and DJs Jonathan Ross and Edith Bowman, each of whom were rapturous in their praise of Declan s deep honey voice and astute song writing abilities.
24 January 2014
Nathan Carter is the brightest young star to hit Ireland in recent years. Nathan was born in Liverpool in 1990 and grew up in a family with strong Irish roots. Nathan was born to perform and at the tender age of four he began to learn to play the accordion, in a few short years he went on to become the head chorister in the Liverpool Boys Choir, touring the world and even singing for the Pope. He made regular trips to Ireland to compete in Fleadh Ceoil s and resulted in medals for the accordion and for singing. This resulted him in becoming a member of the Liverpool Ceili band where he played the accordion and piano and in no time at all he began to play solo gigs in London and Liverpool along with the occasional show in Ireland. On a trip to Donegal in 2009 he met up with songwriter John Farry, who was hugely impressed with Nathan s ability and in a few short months his dream of performing with his own band became a reality. Since then Nathan has recorded 3 albums with a 4th of the way, won 18 awards at ceremonies in Ulster, Leinster, Munster and Connaught. He is packing out venues and ballrooms all across Ireland and has become one of the must see Irish acts. Do not miss your opportunity to see Nathan Carter Live!!!
01 February 2014
Brendan Grace is one of the most loved Irish comedians and singers. He is known for his comedy schoolboy character Bottler, the role of Murphy in the 1995 movie Moondance, and his 1996 appearance in the Irish TV sitcom Father Ted as Father Fintan Stack. His 1975 song, Combine Harvester, was a hit number one in Ireland, and the song would later become a U.K. number one hit for The Wurzels in 1976.
07 February 2014
Jason Byrne was cooped up in the BBC for months this year writing and recording his brand new sitcom Father Figure. He is bursting for a chat. Jason is the biggest ever selling act at the Edinburgh fringe festival for a very good reason. He is one of the most exciting live performers you will ever see. Nothing can compare to seeing Jason in full flow on the live stage. His live shows are part of comedy folklore. Join Jason and become part of that folklore. Watch comedy history being rewritten by The outright King of Live Comedy , The Times This show is So good it hurts, The Metro. It will leave you Gasping for breath and rolling on the floor with laughter, Broadway Baby. Because it turns out Jason is A Comedy God, The Mirror
27 February 2014
James says about the new album, It s a much more personal album, about us finding where it all started, and where we are now. This is the album I would have recorded if Back To Bedlam hadn t sold anything. James also says, I am so excited for me and my band to get back on the road and play these new songs live, along with some of the older hits. My fans have never let me down, and theres nothing better than playing for them at the shows. They have been incredibly supportive of me over the years.
24 May 2014
Christy Moore, Mixing the traditional Irish folk sounds with the then emerging sounds of rock n roll. Christy Moore emerged in the late 1960s as a shining new voice in Irish music. Since then he has carved out an extremely consistent career, both as a solo artist and with his bands, Planxty and Moving Hearts. Credited as a major influence on artists such as U2, The Pogues and Sinead O Connor, Christy continues to tour and record and the dynamism of his performances is not to be missed.