CELEBRATING TWENTY YEARS
To kick off our Twentieth Anniversary, we will commence the new season with an Open Zoom Session on Thursday 10 September at 8pm.
Our ‘Three in a Row’ guest is our regular Howth singer Eddie Phillips.
To take part, you will need either a mobile phone with a camera or a computer
with a webcam. You will also need to create a free account with Zoom and/or
download the Zoom app. Please visit https://zoom.us/signup to set up and download
the relevant software. Meeting ID and Password will be sent on request to Ann riordan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to seeing you all virtually
‘Do Me Justice’
With Laurence Bond & Ann Riordan
Thursday 2 May at 9pm in The Abbey Tavern, Howth.
‘Do me justice, treat me fair,
And I won’t be discontented /And I won’t be laughed at anywhere / But fairly represented’
Also – as part of the SIPTU MayFest, the Howth Singing Circle have, at Ethel Buckley’s request, organised a Singing & Walking Tour commencing at Liberty Hall at 10.30 sharp and concluding at the Larkin Monument in O’Connell Street before retiring to the Pipers Corner.
All welcome to both events
10th Annual Dinner
With Special Guest Daoirí Farrell
Thursday, 23 November at 7 o’clock sharp
Howth Yacht Club, Middle Pier, Howth
€35 per person, three course meal
Ann Riordan – 086 778 8822 or
Finola Young – 086 609 7107
Payments to Howth Singing Circle,
55 Evora Park, Howth, County Dublin D13 DC43
As restaurant needs notice of numbers
please book as early as possible.
Next Thursday in the Abbey Tavern at 9pm Ann Riordan hosts a special night for the HSC.
Singer and collector Jane Cassidy (Belfast) will launch Howth Singing Circle’s Young Singer in Residence Ruth Clinton’s “This Fearless Maid”, a booklet of songs recovered and annotated by Ruth. The songs, written before 1950, feature women in unusual and different ways than in many songs where women feature as unrequited lovers, grieving mothers or sweethearts, or as objects of desire. We are proud of Ruth’s diligence, imagination and meticulous research that has produced a special publication. She will sing some of the songs on the night.
So, please come along and celebrate the conclusion of our first Young Singer in Residence project and support Ruth in her endeavours.
May we also take this opportunity to thank so many of you who came along to make the Martyn Wyndham-Read and Gatehouse concert such a memorable night. A standing ovation speaks volumes but all the artists commented on the warmth and knowledgeable support they felt coming from the large attendance. From all at the HSC, sincere thanks to you all