December 2021 Zoom Session

Zoom Session

‘I Saw Mrs Claus Kissing Santa’

Bean agus Fear an Tí

Eileen Clancy & Gerry O’Connor

with Three-in-a-row from

Eugene McEldowney

Thursday, 2 December 2021 from 8.30

Zoom codes from rioann@gmail.com

All Welcome

‘And the first tree that’s in the green wood

It was the holly’

November Live Session

‘We’re Back Live In The Abbey’

Fir an Tí

Brian Doyle & Walter Kennedy

with Three in a Row from Máire Ní Bhaoill

Thursday, 4 November 2021 from 8.30

Abbey Tavern

All Welcome

Admission Requires Proof of Vaccination

Social Distancing & Covid Rules Will Apply

This session will not be broadcast on Zoom or FB

‘You’d think the whole country of Erin was waiting to get on the boat.
There’s accents from Antrim to Kerry, from Westport to the high hills of Howth.
And in no time, we’re into Dun Laoghaire, and the dawn rising clear in the sky.
I’m on the last leg of my journey. It’s hello to the fair Aran Isles.’

Kieran Halpin – Trip through Holyhead

October Zoom Session

Our next virtual session is on

Thursday 7th October 2021

Female Pirates and Songs of the Sea

Hosted by Niamh Parsons

Zoom codes from rioann@gmail.com

“It’s of a pretty female as you may understand,

Her mind being bent for rambling into some foreign land.

She dressed herself in sailor’s clothes or so it does appear,

And she hired with a captain to serve him for a year.”

All Welcome!

Northern Lights & Fingal Folk

Celebrating Howth Singing Circle’s 21st Season

with the TMSA Aberdeen Branch

Northern Lights & Fingal Folk

Howth Harbour and the Dee flowing through Aberdeen

Thursday, 30 September 2021 from 8pm

Fear agus Bean an Tí

Ann Riordan & Ian Russell

for Zoom codes rioann@gmail.com

Please note that this event WILL be streamed live on Facebook

      ‘Sly little Cupid has knocked me stupid;

       In grief I mourn, for upon my oath;
       My frame’s declining, I’m so repining
       For Hannah Healy, the pride of Howth

‘The Northern Lights of Aberdeen are what I long   

    to see;
The Northern Lights of Aberdeen, that’s where I

    long to be.
I’ve been a wand’rer all of my life and many a

    sight I’ve seen.
God speed the day when I’m on my way to my

    home in Aberdeen’

May 2021

May 2021

Our next online session will be held on

Thursday 6th May at 8 pm

Thursday 6 May at 8pm –

A Garland For Howth – Songs of Work & Labour

with Tony Fitzpatrick & Francy Devine

Zoom codes from rioann@gmail.com


The session will be broadcast simultaneously on Facebook

20th Anniversary Video Launch

Launch of

I have spent it in good Company

A video celebrating Twenty Years of the HSC

Thursday, 18 March at 8pm

on Zoom & streamed live on Facebook

introduced by Laurence Bond

& launched by Tim Dennehy

featuring

Bull Moore & the Ben Éadair Buccaneers

Ruth Clinton, Paddy Daly, Loíc Denis, Brian Doyle, Tony Fitzpatrick,

Declan Hoey, Helen Lahert, Siobhán Miller, Siobhán Moore,

Aodán Ó Ceallaigh, Diarmuid Ó Cathasaigh, Dave O’Connor,

Gerry O’Connor, Niamh Parsons & Graham Dunne, Ann Riordan,

Jimmy Smyth

Zoom codes available from rioann@gmail.com

Of all the money that e’er I had / I have spent it in good company
Oh and all the harm I’ve ever done / Alas, it was to none but me

March 2021

Howth Singing Circle

in association with the

Ironopolis Singers (Teeside)

present

Crying Crakes, Sea Coal & Eldorado –

A Tribute to Graeme Miles

Graeme Miles, 1935-2013, song writer extraordinaire

Fir an Tí

Gerry O’Connor & Kevin Hall

Thursday 4 March 2021, 8-10.30 

event by Zoom and streamed live on Facebook

for Zoom details

contact rioann@gmail.com

All singers and listeners welcome

‘Sea coal, sea coal, hear the man call
Sea coal, sea coal, hear the man call’

February/Feabhra 2021 Oiche Ghaelach

  

Oíche Ghaelach

 le Ciorcal Ceoil Bhinn Éadair

    Aoi speisialta: Aela Ní Ghaoithín

Aela – buaiteoir Oireachtas na Samhna

Fear an Tí: Daire Ó Baoill 

Déardaoin, 4ú Feabhra 2021
Seisiún fíorúil ar Zoom     8 a Chlog

Le clárú (nasc & pasfhochal), seol r-phost chuig: 

daireobaoill91@gmail.com

Fáilte roimh chách

Songs in English or any language also welcome