Sunday trad nights at The Prince Bar

The Prince Bar Sunday traditional Irish music and dance sessions have been running all summer and have been very popular with locals, tourists and guests of the Prince of Wales Hotel.

Starting just after 9.30pm, the night kicks off with some trad music, when customers can sit back and relax and enjoy the music or if they wish to get up and dance a set they are more then welcome.

The musicians welcome the dancers to the floor and the dancers entertain customers with various traditional sets, some hard shoe dances, Sean Nos dancing and you might even get to see a very impressive brush dance. The music and dance go on until midnight, so if you are into traditional Irish music and dance, make a note in your diary. 

If trad music isn’t your thing, The Prince Bar are still sure to have a night to suit you. Why not check out their popular acoustic audio open mic night which takes place in the front bar every Wednesday? This is open to all musicians, singers, songwriters and artists. It is an informal evening of local talent showcasing their abilities.

On Friday night it’s the turn of local bands - this week Small Deal will take to the stage at 10.30pm. On Saturday night the Prince brings you top national bands. This week The Lollygaggers will be on stage from 11pm.

To keep up to date with all events and promotions see facebook.com/princebarathlone  

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