One Night In Dublin
The Old Rep, Birmingham.
Join us for "One night in Dublin" and be transported to "Murphys Pub" where the house band, The Wild Murphys, will be performing great Irish songs by the likes of
The Pogues, The Dubliners, The Fureys, The Saw Doctors and many more.
Middi and his award winning seven piece band are widely regarded as one of the best Irish bands in the UK, having played thousands
of shows since starting back in 2005. The Wild Murphys have played all over the UK and Ireland as well as Spain, Greece, Dubai, Germany
and came 3rd out of 38 bands competing for title of 'international Irish band of the year' back in 2010 in Las Vegas, while in 2018 they scooped
the title of "Best Irish act (UK)" in the LUX global entertainment awards. You'll not be able to help yourself singing along to fantastic Irish classics
such as ‘Galway Girl’, ‘Tell Me Ma’, ‘Dirty Old Town’, ‘The Irish Rover’, ‘Brown Eyed Girl’, ‘Seven Drunken Nights’,
‘Sally MacLennane’, ‘When You Were Sweet Sixteen’, ‘Whiskey In The Jar’, ‘Wild Rover’ and ‘Molly Malone’ to name just a few.
This celebration of Irish music is gaining great reviews and is not to be missed.
Multi-Award-Winning Irish Band The Wild Murphys perform songs by The Dubliners, The Fureys, The Pogues, Van Morrison, The Dropkick Murphys, Daniel O'donnell and many more.
The Wild Murphys will set up Murphy's Pub at your venue, guaranteeing one glorious night of high-energy Irish Music and more than a little bit of Irish Craic.
The seven-piece live band is headed by lead singer Middi Murphy armed with blarney, banter and an accordion, alongside Trevor Brewis (Jimmy Nail) on drums, Tony Davis (Prelude) on keys and the BBC award-winning fiddle player Sophy Ball on fiddle.
In their own inimitable style, The Wild Murphys celebrate Irish classics with tracks including: Galway Girl, Tell Me Ma, Dirty Old Town, The Irish Rover, Brown Eyed Girl, Seven Drunken Nights, Sally MacLennane, When You Were Sweet Sixteen, Whiskey in the Jar, Wild Rover and Molly Malone, to name just a few.