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Northern Ireland's Maurice Dickson has been writing and performing his songs for almost 30 years.
There is something deeply satisfying about listening to a musician who is obviously the master of his craft. It is even more satisfying to listen to one, like Maurice Dickson, who is not only a consummate musician but whose music is firmly rooted in something deeply personal.
Catherine Ashcroft plays the Uilleann Pipes and Whistles with breathtaking speed and virtuosity and in 2007 won All Britain titles on both whistle and pipes.
Maurice and Catherine met in 2008 which led to them forming the duo “Mochara”. Taking the name from the Irish meaning of “My Friend”. The pair have since performed at various festivals, folk clubs, theatres and music venues throughout the UK, and Europe
The Village Hall will be set out in Cabaret Style -there is no Bar so bring your own nibbles and tipple
|Fri 31 Mar 2017||19:30 to 22:30|
Admission £10.00 on the door
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- Public toilets