A night of ceol and craic at Prelude
IT was a great night of story and song at Prelude Arts in Bray as renowned Galway storyteller and musician Aindrias de Staic made the journey to Wicklow for a very special and intimate night.
The evening kicked off with music from Michael Monaghan who was joined by a few friends before Aindrias took to the stage himself and he didn’t disappoint.
Armed with his trusty fiddle, Aindrias’ playing is as unique to the west of Ireland as his sense of humour and the yarns which he spun to a captivated audience.
The Galway man gained international acclaim for his one man theatre show ‘Around the World on 80 quid’ which went down to rave reviews worldwide and was particularly successful in Australia and New Zealand.
Prelude Arts were delighted to welcome him to Bray and to get a flavour of what he does and he got a great reception from the audience there who were in stitches at times upon hearing some of his tales. With extraordinary talent and humour all rolled into one, those in attendance will be hoping Aindrias makes the journey back soon.
Alannah Bellamy and Philip McCrodden at the performance by Aindrias De Staic in the Prelude Arts Centre.
Aoife Hestor and Linda Ferguson.
Katie Garvill and Damo Cahill.
Karima Dillon and Michael Monaghan.
Susanna Smyth and Gill Draycott.