Forthcoming Gigs:

You are very welcome to attend any of our public Gigs as follows:

Every Wednesday... at “Jonathans in the Park”, (Tea Room, Restaurant, Private Dining, Function Rooms) Adkins Lane, Smethwick. (Lightwoods Park.) from 8.00pm to 11.00pm. Featuring “The Two Pats” and friends. FREE admission. “Jonathans in the Park” web site is at:    Click here for leaflet. ___________________________________________________________________

Saturday December 22nd: The Band at “The Maggies”, Shirley Road, Hall Green, Birmingham. 9.00 to 12.00.

Sunday December 23rd: Pat Brennan and Dean McCabe at “Casey Joes”, Acocks Green, Birmingham. 6.00 to 9.00.

Sunday December 30th: Pat Brennan and Dean McCabe at “The Three Horseshoes”, Stirchley, Birmingham. 5.00 to 8.00.

Monday December 31st: (New Year’s Eve) The Band at “The Harborne Club”, Albany Road, Harborne, Birmingham.

Tuesday 1st January 2019: (New Year’s Day) The Band at “The Wildmoor Oak”, Wildmore, Bromsgrove. 2.00 to 5.00.

Sunday January 20th: Pat Brennan and Dean McCabe at “Witton Arms”, Aston, Birmingham. from 6.00.

Wednesday 23rd January: Pat Brennan and Nick Evans: Burns Night Special at Jonathans in the Park, Bearwood. (See above.)

Saturday 26th January: The Band at “The Irish Centre”, Digbeth, Birmingham, from 10.00pm to 12.30am.

Saturday 9th February: Pat Brennan and Dean McCabe at “The Swan and Helmet”, Northampton, from 9.00pm to 12mid.

Saturday 2nd March: Pat Brennan and Dean McCabe at the “Cultural Squatters Club”. Merrial Street, Newcastle Under Lyme, from 9.15pm to 11.15pm.

Saturday 16th March: The Band at “Holy Name Parish Centre”, Great Barr, Birmingham, from 9.00pm to 12mid.

More 2019 updates coming soon when dates and bookings are confirmed.

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The Hurling Boys are Birmingham's most popular four-piece multi-instrumental acoustic Irish folk band, playing all over the UK for weddings, parties, functions, and Irish nights. Mixing Ceilidh dancing with rousing choruses and wild Ceilidh music they also entertain you with gentle ballads, haunting airs and traditional Irish songs and music. They demonstrate clearly close camaraderie, always ready to have 'good craic' and are delighted to fit the needs of individuals and groups of people at various types of events. The band, although adaptable, more resemble a Folk group.

The group are available for pubs, clubs and especially weddings where the excitement of Ceilidh dancing and other traditional music always leaves the audience wanting more! The band members play a huge variety of instruments; and sometimes, for a novelty, can encourage the audience to use some junk instruments to participate, as the percussion section, to further enhance the experience of the occasion!

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