Alison Moffat & Frank McLynn (Lord Ratapine)
Over the years, a distinguished array of first class-artists have graced our stage as guests, and we fondly look back on nights with musicians like Tim Edey, Frankie Gavin, Andy Irvine, Sean Keane, Dick Gaughan, John Doyle, Kieran Halpin, Jackie Daly, Tony MacMahon, Seamus Begley, Eileen Ivers, Chris O'Neill (R.I.P.), Micho Russell (R.I.P.), Susan McKeown, Gilles Le Bigot, Tony Macmahon, Mick Hanly, Chris Wood & Andy Cutting, Gino Lupari, John Campbell (R.I.P.) & Len Graham, Alan Doherty, Alison Moffat, Blackie O'Connell, Paul Wyett, Sean Tyrell, TonyMcManus, Seamus Begley, Matt Cranitch, Kevin Crawford, Fintan Vallely, Sally Barker, Benny McCarthy, Greensleeves, Pete Morton, Paul Daly, Gerry (fiddle) O'Connor, Damien Mullane, Paddy Lawless, Joel Andersson, Alan Burke, Brian Flynn, Paddy Keenan, Gerry (banjo)O'Connor, Frank McLynn, Kathryn Tickell & Jez Lowe, Alison Moffat, Eleanor McEvoy. Bands such as Blowzabella, Chanting House, Four Men and A Dog, Vishtèn, The Late Night Band, The Rambling Boys of Pleasure, Altan, The Carrivick Sisters, Le Temps Dantan, Cardboard Fox, Show of Hands, Faustus, Clype, Quetschendatschi, Daoirí Farrell Trio, Les Poules á Colin, and DeDanann alternated with nights of storytelling from Len Graham and John Campbell while keepers of the tradition Liam Weldon and Micho Russell shared the club stage with writers, playwrights and actors Desmond Egan, Terry McDonagh and Ulick O’Connor and Chris O’Neill.
This is only short very incomplete list of the artists/bands who have been our guests.
Today, the Irish Folk Club exclusively invites selected traditional guests to our Monday night gatherings.