Just a short one this month, but a good one all the same!
Singer/Songwriters Emma Langford and Wallis Bird talk about their forthcoming show, “Daughters Of The Pirate Queen: Spirit of Grace O’Malley” which will take place on the 8th of March (International Women’s Day) at the National Concert Hall in Dublin.
The show was dreamed up by composer & conductor Eímear Noone in 2021, and at long last is coming to life with the help of the National Symphony Orchestra and a diverse cast of voices including Nina Hynes, Celine Byrne, Aisling McGlynn, Dawn Kenny, trumpeter Helen Doyle, costume designer Claire Garvey and lighting designer Philip Geist.
Credit for the photo of Wallis in the episode artwork: Tobias Ortmann
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Recorded with support from Ormston House Feminist Supermarket and The Limerick Post Newspaper
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Intro music: Demon Darling by Emma Langford
Outro music: Closed Book by Emma Langford