Lisa O'Neill (IRE) Folk Songs & Folklore at Kidogo Arthouse
Join us for a rare treat!
Back by popular demand for her second ever performance in WA - renowned Irish singer-songwriter Lisa O'Neill returns to Kidogo Arthouse!
Experience Lisa's highly acclaimed songs and idiosyncratic storytelling - up-close and personal.
To capture the magic and deep connection felt through Lisa's songs and stories, we are making this concert an intimate one with very limited seats.
Joined by Brian Leach on Hammer Dulcimer and Ingrid Lyons on Fiddle, don't miss this incredible opportunity to hear Lisa's worldclass music in this beautiful, intimate setting.
WHAT YOU GET
🪕 Lisa O'Neill Live - up-close and personal
🥖 + 🍲 Complimentary Homemade Irish Food - Joanna's homemade Irish soda-bread + soup (vegan option available)
🎟 Tickets $145 + bf (Incl. complimentary homemade Irish soda-bread + soup)
🍹 Bar Open. No BYO.
🪕 6:00 PM - Doors Open
🪕 6:30 PM - Lisa O’Neill
Lisa O'Neill, a musical luminary, embarked on her artistic journey by moving to Dublin at the age of 18 to pursue music studies at Ballyfermot College. While working in the service industry, she diligently honed her songwriting craft, leading to the release of her impactful debut album, 'Has An Album,' in 2009. O'Neill's talent was recognized when she joined David Gray on his American and Canadian tour in 2011, later becoming a crucial member of his touring band. Her albums in 2013 and 2018 earned prestigious nominations for the Choice Music Prize, solidifying her status as a noteworthy artist. Collaborating with the trio Yorkston/Thorne/Khan on their debut album in 2016 showcased her versatility and musical prowess. O'Neill's enchanting voice graced the film 'Song of Granite' in 2017, where she delivered a captivating rendition of 'The Galway Shawl.' Her musical brilliance was further acknowledged with the Best Original Folk Track award at the 2019 RTÉ Radio 1 Folk Awards, and she garnered multiple nominations at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. Notably, in December 2023, O'Neill honored the late Shane MacGowan by performing 'Fairytale of New York' alongside the Pogues and Glen Hansard at his funeral, underscoring her enduring impact on the musical landscape.
Kidogo Arthouse, Bathers Beach, Fremantle WA 6160