Are you an intermediate traditional musician who would love an opportunity to play in a traditional session but doesn't quite have the skill or confidence to take that jump? We have been meeting in the Sandyford area for the past 3 years and would like to expand our existing numbers (16) for 2018/19. The idea is for participants to build up their skill level by playing tunes at slower than their normal tempo so as to build up competence. If you're just back from playing at the Fleadh Cheoil, then this is probably not for you! But if you would like to explore what it might be like to play jigs, reels and other thingies with the existing incompetents, on Monday evenings, autumn 2018,  in Sandyford, then why not give it a go. Simply reply and get the bodhrans hopping!

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HI Dominic, I'm a whistle player, self taught (mostly) - might be interested. Where and when? Thanks,Hugh. 

Hi Hugh,

Nice to hear from you. If you drop me an email to, I'll be happy to supply all the details.

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