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August Wells / Aoife Scott. 2 Deadly Shows At The Workman’s Club

The Workman’s Club present
AUGUST WELLS Sunday, 14 February 2016
AOIFE SCOTT ‘CARRY THE DAY’ TOUR’ Friday, 4 March 2016
On Sunday 14 February The Workman’s Club is delighted to present New York  based duo August Wells. August Wells is the musical project  of  prodigious songwriters and composers, Ken Griffin and John Rauchenberger and has quickly gained recognition for their intelligent, reflective and soulful refrains, appearing on ‘Other Voices’ and Electric Picnic, they also recently opened for Glen Hansard in New York’s Beacon Theatre. Griffin is the creative mind behind legendary Irish Indie band Rollerskate Skinny. The music of August Wells has been described as “strange otherworldly chamber music”, “Sinatra singing Lou Reed songs” and “The secret marriage of Willy Nelson and Lee Hazlewood” Expect songs to walk across your troubled heart with – this will be a magical evening. Check out  their video for Alice, Dear Alice here  (8pm / €10)
The second of our two brilliant shows features Dublin folk artist, Aoife Scott on  Friday 4th March. Following her nationwide tour, which included her SOLD OUT album launch at this year’s Temple Bar Trad Fest, Aoife Scott returns to The Workman’s Club for the pinnacle of her Irish Tour. Carry the Day is her eagerly anticipated debut album. It’s a folk album that is heavily influenced by Aoife’s passion for traditional music, and it contains a selection of stories the socially-aware singer wanted to tell, some personal, and others historical and socially-themed. Aoife  moved to the west coast of Ireland several years ago, and her passion for the native Irish language spoken there is reflected in her choice of songs, including the first single from her forthcoming debut album, All Along the Wild Atlantic Way. Her sublime voice is a thing of beauty that stops people in their tracks. Fragile and ethereal one minute and strong and vibrant the next, Dublin Folk singer-songwriter Aoife Scott has become a force to be reckoned with on the Irish Folk and Traditional scene.
Check out  the video for All Along the Wild Atlantic Way here
August Wells
14 February Doors 8pm / Tickets €10
Tickets are available from www.theworkmansclub.com
Aoife Scott
4 March
Doors 8pm / Tickets €12
Tickets are available from www.theworkmansclub.com
For more information drop Jenny a line! +353 87 9815585 / jenny@weareredhead.com
Check out our Twitter @WorkmansDublin or Facebook @TheWorkmansClub



Wedding Showcase

Saturday, 20 & Sunday, 21st February 2016 12:00 – 4:00pm

Appasionata Flowers / Patrick Sheary / Grafton Barbers / Caiomhe Keane of Que-Va / Claire Barry / Trudy Hayes / Grace Flood of Cherry On Top / EF Creative Studios / Judy Wong / Aidan Oliver / Leanne Keaney / The Cake Cuppery / Designyard

The engagement ring is on. The wedding is ON! What next? If the idea of traditional Wedding Fair sends you into a spiral of dread then fear not. We’re on hand to help you out. We’re putting together our first ever Wedding Showcase at The Dean Dublin. Happening on Saturday, 20 February and Sunday, 21 February, we’ve pulled together some of our favourite friends to showcase their extraordinary talents so you can see how your big day could be.

We’ll have wine tastings. We’ll have some gorgeous canapes, a DJ spinning some tunes. We’ll have beautiful cocktails, and our expert mixologist will be on hand to chat to you about drinks options. Plus, our team will be there and happy to talk to you about all the possibilities.

So, banish thoughts of cocktail sausages and satin bridesmaid outfits. Come to The Blue Room at The Dean Dublin. Grab a cocktail and come and talk to the experts who will be on hand to answer any of your queries and show you their wares. We’ve handpicked some fabulous folk and we know you’ll love what they do.

We’ll have the amazing award winning Appasionata Flowers there, showing off some of their incredible displays. They’ve created a flower set for Barack Obama, dressed the CCD for Queen Elizabeth, made Christmas magic for Brown Thomas, put together tropical jungles, winter landscapes and worked with the likes of Christian Louboutin, Tiffany and Tom Ford to name a few. If you dream it, they can do it. They’ll be on hand to talk to you about all the possibilities for the big day in order to create flowers tailored to suit your tastes and personality.

For the gents, we are delighted to say we have one of Dublin’s most exclusive menswear specialists, Patrick Sheary’s Menswear, displaying some of their finery to check out. Patrick Sheary is renowned for his personal service, which has earned him legions of loyal fans. We’ll also be welcoming Bonagrew, a unique and sophisticated Irish accessories label, who craft simple and beautiful products inspired by the glorious colours of the garden. Their goal is to create well-made products that can endure beyond trends and be worn by any generation in any setting. These guys are the first and only Irish label with a signature white and black self-tie bow tie designed and made in Ireland using premium Irish linen.  Plus, the wonderful Grafton Barber will be displaying all their bespoke wares and packages for the groom and his party.

One of the leading names in bridal couture design, Caiomhe Keane of Que-Va, will also be with us on the weekend. She provides a bespoke designer service creating exquisite bridal wear and complimentary accessories her whimsical and romantic timeless creations with chic cutting edge style. Caiomhe incorporates her commitment to social and environmental responsibility into her creations collaborating with top master craftspeople and often using organic materials such as hemp, cashmere, silks, reincarnated materials such as recycled cashmere, vintage trims and hand dyed silks with ribbons, lace, crystals and hand painted embellishments in her bespoke couture inspired bridal designs.

For tresses, we have the incredible Claire Barry on Saturday. Claire also styles hair for fashion photoshoots, magazines and TV. She’s skilled in creating classic up-styles like the Chignon, the Audrey Hepburn, the Ballerina Bun as well as many red carpet looks and is a dab hand at creating vintage styles too, such as glamorous Hollywood Waves, 1920’s Finger Waves and 1940’s Victory Rolls. On Sunday, we’ll be welcoming the uber talented Trudy Hayes. She has worked on many publications such as Style, Image, Tatler, Noise, Vox, U, Stellar, Kiss, Totally Dublin, Life, Vouge.com, Irish Brides to name but a few. She has also worked with many leading designers and celebrities over the years and regularly works in film and TV and we’re only thrilled she’ll be with us!

Nail technician Grace Flood, owner of Cherry On Top, prides herself not only on beautiful, pretty and simple nail work, but also on keeping on top of the latest nail trends. She’s been recognised for her work across the globe, with shout outs from UK New Look Magazine, ASOS, Beyoncè’s personal stylist Ty Hunter. She’s worked with brands like Rimmel, Sally Hanson,  Butter London, NYC,  and Isa Dora and looked after Beyoncè and Nicki Minaj’s dancers! Grace will be on hand (!) to talk to you about all your nail requirements

All about the face? On Saturday, we’ll have a leading make-up artist from EF Creative Studios on hand to discuss different looks for the wedding. EF Studio make-up artists have years of experience in fashion, TV and media. They make sure that you get the look that you want! The lovely Judy Wong will be with us on Sunday. As one of Ireland’s most recognisable faces in the make-up industry, Judy is seriously in demand! Working for everyone from Kanye West to Alexander McQueen, Judy will be showing you some tips and tricks, and will be happy to talk through what would suit for your wedding.

What about capturing the moment? Fear not, we have 2 amazing photographers! Professional photographer and artist Aidan Oliver is all about telling a story. Specialising in capturing the excitement and happiness of your wedding day, as well as the intimate moments and little details that can really tell the true story of each couples celebration. Aidan will be with us on both Saturday and Sunday to talk to you about possibilities. Photographer Leanne Keaney mixes her background in photojournalism and Fine Art to create the perfect memories for your wedding day. Over the last 10 years she has become an expert at predicting when a bunch of guests are about to erupt with laughter or a groom is about to wink at his bride. At the end of the day you will have a collection of magical images to tell the story of your day. Leanne will be with us on Sunday only.

It’s all about the cake, too! Domestic Diva Cat Lawlor of The Cake Cuppery and her expert team, create bespoke cakes to suit all tastes. From traditional tiered masterpieces to mouth-watering miniatures, every creation is distinctive in design and truly delicious in taste. All her cakes are made with the finest fair trade and free range ingredients and decorated with handmade edible decorations. They want to bake your dreams come true! Cat will be around to talk ideas and show you some of her work.

Last but certainly not least, we’ll have Designyard, who have a well-deserved reputation for stocking the most beautiful contemporary jewellery in Ireland. Each designer is handpicked by Designyard and is a master designer – they work with more than 60 Jewellery Designers from both Ireland and abroad. They develop a special collection of rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings in precious metals and gemstones. These pieces are exclusive to Designyard and you cannot find them anywhere else on the high street.  Some pieces are even one-offs. They will be showing you some of their gorgeous pieces and can talk to you about jewellery options








* Toby Kaar Announces EP and Headline Show @ The Workman’s Club *

Dolittle presents


+ guest & DJs doors 9pm

Friday, April 1st

The Workman’s Club

Tickets €10 available from www.theworkmansclub.com & Ticketmaster outlets Nationwide

Dolittle are thrilled to announce a headline show from Toby Kaar on Friday April 1st to mark the release of his much anticipated EP “Gumbrielle” released on March 18th through Music is for Losers.

The long awaited debut release by Irish producer Toby Kaar has finally arrived.


Spread over four tracks, Gumbrielle EP is tensely arranged euphoric beat music, bastardised, alienised and revitalised for a future dancefloor.

Produced on a broken nine year old computer, Gumbrielle EP features an eclectic mix of samples ranging from jazz blogs to Asian supermarkets.

Despite the absence of any release until now, Toby has earned a reputation for his exhilarating live performances, which translates ferociously on the energetic Gumbrielle EP.

Gumbrielle EP will be released on 12” & digital download by music/is/for/losers

Toby Kaar // Gumbrielle EP // MIFL010
Release date 18/03/16

Teaser: https://soundcloud.com/musicisforlosers/toby-kaar-gumbrielle-ep-teaser/s-SLxcc

For more information please contact jenny@weareredhead.com / 087 981 5585

TOBY KAAR! New EP & Workman’s Club Gig – 8 April

Dolittle presents


+ guest & DJs doors 9pm

Friday, April 8th

The Workman’s Club

Tickets €10 available from www.theworkmansclub.com & Ticketmaster outlets Nationwide

Dolittle are thrilled to announce a headline show from Toby Kaar on Friday April 8th to mark the release of his much anticipated EP “Gumbrielle” released on March 18th through Music is for Losers.

The long awaited debut release by Irish producer Toby Kaar has finally arrived.

Spread over four tracks, Gumbrielle EP is tensely arranged euphoric beat music, bastardised, alienised and revitalised for a future dancefloor.

Produced on a broken nine year old computer, Gumbrielle EP features an eclectic mix of samples ranging from jazz blogs to Asian supermarkets.

Despite the absence of any release until now, Toby has earned a reputation for his exhilarating live performances, which translates ferociously on the energetic Gumbrielle EP.

Gumbrielle EP will be released on 12” & digital download by music/is/for/losers

Toby Kaar // Gumbrielle EP // MIFL010
Release date 18/03/16

Teaser: https://soundcloud.com/musicisforlosers/toby-kaar-gumbrielle-ep-teaser/s-SLxcc

Clare O’Mahony Brand New Single ‘You Are Gonna Be Mine’

Single ‘You Are Gonna Be Mine’

Released 12th February

Clare O’Mahony

Taken From Brand New Album

‘Make Your Move’ 22nd April


Cork singer songwriter Clare O’Mahony returns with a brand new album backed by a fantastic new band. The first single taken from the album is the melodic ‘You Are Gonna Be Mine’, check out the video right here.


Clare’s forthcoming album Make Your Move is based around “catchy, pop-folk tunes, one of which earned her a place in the final of the IMRO Christie Hennessy Songwriting Competition 2015. The album features Mick Flannery on piano, Hugh Dillon on electric guitar, Tom Madden on acoustic guitar as well as the engineering skills of Bernard Quinn, (Villagers, Cathy Davey, Magic Numbers).  


From Ballygarvan, Cork, Clare was always interested in music and played piano as a young child, starting at just 4 years of age! Clare’s musical interest was ignited with the likes of Irish songwriter Sinead Lohan as well as Tracy Chapman, James Taylor and Joni Mitchell all of whom really peaked Clare’s interest in songwriting and playing guitar. Having completed endless hours of practice playing along with these songwriters, Clare recorded herself into an old cassette player, and played it for a friend. It was only then that Clare discovered her unique voice, which has been likened to Joan Baez.  

Clare, a graduate of the renowned Music Management and Sound course at Cork’s Colaiste Stiofain Naofa, began to pen her own songs while learning about songwriting, and performance. Clare’s debut album Secret World was well received and included two songs produced by Declan Sinnott. Clare went on to share the stage with James Blunt, Ron Hynes (Sonny’s Dream) as well as performing her own shows throughout Ireland. Clare has performed across parts of Canada including Toronto, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick as well as New York and Chicago.  


“The voice is great and the songwriting is great” – Kieran Goss

“A singer-songwriter with a bright future” – Sinead Lohan


www.clareomahony.com  /  www.facebook.com/claremusic  /  twitter.com/clareomusic


For media enquiries please contact

Stef @ We Are RedHead stef@weareredhead.com /


Check out B Dolan! Film The Police

Dolittle presents


+ guests

September 29th, The Workman’s Club


“B. Dolan has cursed me with repeating the same lines over and over again in my head since I met him. Come to Jamaica, Come to Dubai. Damn you, B. Dolan. Shit knocks” – EL-P (Run The Jewels)

“Proof that underground hip hop still has bite.” – ALT PRESS

“In a perfect world, this is where hip hop would be.” – POP MATTERS.COM


Following a totally sold-out–packed-to-the-rafters gig at our gaff last November with Scroobius Pip and warrenpeace, B. Dolan makes his Irish return with his very own headline show at The Workman’s Club on Tuesday, 29 September.

  1. Dolan’s 2010 debut offering ‘Fallen House, Sunken City’, was a monument to indie rap at a time when the music industry had all but abandoned it. Aggressive, booming and confrontational, the Providence, Rhode Island native announced himself as a high powered presence on the mic. ‘Fallen House’was met with critical acclaim and cult status among fans, forecasting the resurgence of lyrically driven rap years ahead of its time.

It shouldn’t come as a surprise then that in the five years since, Dolan has largely ignored demand for a speedy follow-up and focused on building another ambitious, epic long player. A pair of mixtapes released in that time, ‘House of Bees vol. 2 & 3’, have given a growing army of devotees huge anthems (like ‘Film the Police,’ ‘Which Side Are You On?’ and ‘King Bee’), as well as tantalizing glimpses of what the emcee’s been building in there. Dolan’s live shows have also become the stuff of legend; he once brought a 20 piece marching band overseas with him as backing and has rocked over 500 shows internationally in the last decade (with acts like ATMOSPHERE, SAGE FRANCIS, and even hardcore bands CIRCLE TAKES THE SQUARE and UNITED NATIONS.)

The new record, ‘KILL THE WOLF’ arrives on July 10th 2015, and features an eclectic and unlikely cast of collaborators including AESOP ROCK, BUCK 65, KATHLEEN STUBELEK (of CIRCLE TAKES THE SQUARE) and the late DAVE LAMB(of BROWN BIRD). The LP features production from ALIAS, CECIL OTTER (Doomtree), BUDDY PEACE and more. It would be easy for an album to go astray amid such varying styles, but Dolan stays in firm command as ‘KILL THE WOLF’sexecutive producer, utilizing and combining his guests’ talents in surprising ways, all while maintaining the foreground as a seasoned lyricist and songwriter.


 Tickets are ONSALE NOW at €12 available from www.theworkmansclub.com & Ticketmaster outlets nationwide

B Dolan, The Workman’s Club Tuesday, 29 September

Doors 8pm


For more information contact Jenny Headen / jenny@weareredhead.com / 0879815585 / www.weareredhead.com / @weareredhead

July At The Harbour Bar

July July July!

The Harbour Bar

Check out all the music we’ve got in store for you this July


At last, the summer seems to be heading our way. We’ve got lots in store for you at The Harbour bar this July – so let’s get on with it, shall we? Have we mentioned it’s all FREE?

On Thursday, 2nd July the brilliant Jack O’Rourke will be treating us to folk rock and baroque pop in his inimitable style. The very next night, Friday, 3rd July we are thrilled to welcome Tucan for their very first show at The Harbour Bar. These Sligo natives play instrumental ambient rock and have become well known for their amazing covers of Prodigy, Daft Punky tunes as well as their own originals. Expect a dynamic show. (These guys also hit Groove Festival on Sunday, 5th July.)

Once again, we are kicking off the summer right with Groove Festival (Kilruddery House, Co Wicklow)! We’ve got 2 stages this year at Groove, full to bursting with some seriously great music. On Saturday, 4th July, The Harbour Bar Stage will be the place to be. Check out our gorgeous boat of a stage and catch Toasted Special, alt Irish folk with Bunoscionn, singer songwriter Mark Geary, floor stompers and delicate melodies from Other Voices’ fave Corner Boy. Headlining the stage that evening are Wicklow natives,  hard-folk purveyors and writers of some amazing tunes, The Cujo Family – and bringing the stage to a close on Saturday we have the beautiful sounds of Mongoose. Our second stage is The Good Room Stage and will feature very special acoustic performances throughout the day. Check out our Twitter and Facebook for more details. Featuring on the Main Stage later that evening at Groove Festival, get ready to hear tunes by the likes of Spring Break, Delorentos, The Riptide Movement and The Darkness. After Groove, why not head back to The Harbour Bar, grab a comfy chair and a nice pint and check out some more live music from our Harbour Bar House Party Band, Toasted Special?

On Sunday, 5th July Groove Festival comes back for its second day. Our Harbour Bar Stage will feature New Orleans style street funk from Stomptown Brass, reggae and ska from The Bionic Rats, theatrical alt-pop from Maud In Cahoots, another chance to check out the wonderful Tucan and then headlining our stage that night are The Eskies, who’ll be bringing their unique brand of folk noir/gypsy jazz/sea shanty and swaggering stage spectacle right to you! Bringing proceedings to a close on Sunday at The Harbour Bar Stage, we’ve got the feel-good contemporary folk sound of Jamie Duff. Again, our Good Room Stage will have a special selection of deadly acoustic music for you. Featuring on the Main Stage later that evening at Groove Festival you can catch the likes of Wyvern Lingo, The Young Folk, Wallis Bird, Kila and the legend that is Christy Moore.  We invite you to come on back from Kilruddery House to The Harbour Bar to keep the party going with a lovely, melty pot of jazz and folk music from Mongoose.

Now, back to our regularly scheduled programming! On Thursday, 9th July we’re bringing you Maud In Cahoots with special guest Paddy Dennehy & The Red Herring. Maud In Cahoots create great pop music and put on a brilliant live show and you will not want to miss Paddy Dennehy, this we guarantee1 On Friday, 10th July get your rockabilly fix withThe Jumptones. Soul music aficionados need look no further than our place on Saturday, 11th July when Soul Purpose hit our stage. On Sunday, 12th July we’ve got alternative acoustic music with The Good Rain.

Thursday, 16th July Dearly Beloved will bring their post punk rock to ours. On Friday, 17th July there’s folk rock and Americana with the aforementioned Corner Boy. If rock, reggae and disco is your thing then come and see The Retronauts on Saturday, 18thJuly. Relax on Sunday, 19th July with some Delta blues courtesy of Dermot Byrne and Danny Tobin. On Thursday, 23rd July The Shoos will be playing soulful rock and roll.

Another favourite Wicklow festival Knockanstockan is back! We’re delighted to have some of the amazing acts that play Knockanstockan take to our stage at The Harbour Bar, too.

On Friday, 24th July we have a very special Hardy Har treat for you! Starting from 9:30, comedian extraordinaire Adam Burke will be kicking off with the first of his mini shows,10 Steps To Becoming A Professional Wrestler. Then, Hardy Har favourites Paul Marsh and Sean Coughlan will be taking ot the stage, in support of the headliners Ross Browne. Ross features on RTE’s hit comedy programme The Fear and is on the road with his first solo show The Professional Idiot. Both Paul and Sean support Ross on his mega tour, and have also both appeared on our stage before – so we are delighted to have them back! Plus, the audience will be peppered with some special audience members – this is going to be a great night! For music lovers, also on Friday, 24th July Coco Lovers, Kent coast folk musicians, will be giving us an injection of roots with an African twist. Saturday, 25th JulyUK band Syd Arthur are bringing their reconfigured contemporary psychedelica and harmonic interplay to our stage.  On Sunday, 26th July why not end what is set to be a fantastic weekend with raucous, feel good reggae, ska and blues with the incredible Land Of The Giants. It’s going to be a party, folks.

On Thursday, 30th July kick back and enjoy some Dixieland jazz from none other than theDes Hopkins Jazz Band. Finally, wrapping up our month of live music, it’s Harbour Bar favourites Oddsocks.  These guys are an all ‘round awesome live band with rhythm and grooves to keep you on your feet.


All our event are FREE unless noted. Doors at 8pm. Keep an eye on our Twitter and Facebook for up to the minute details on what’s happening!

For media enquiries please contact Jenny @ We Are RedHead jenny@weareredhead.com / 087 9815585

For booking enquiries please contact Donagh @ Turning Piratedonagh@turningpirate.com

For more information on The Harbour Bar check out our Twitter @theharbour_bar / Facebook www.facebook.com/theharbourbarbray or visit our websitewww.theharbourbar.ie


You can find us in real life here:

1-4 Dock Terrace, Bray, Co Wicklow (across from the harbour!)