Dervish bring The Great Irish Songbook to The London Palladium. Joined by special guests David Gray and Kate Rusby with further artists to be announced.
As one of the world’s most renowned and imaginative interpreters of Irish folk music, Dervish have devoted the last three decades to gently reinventing the traditional songs of their homeland. On their debut release for Rounder Records, The Great Irish Songbook, the Sligo-based band join up with over a dozen luminaries across an eclectic range of genres. The album features guests Steve Earle, Rhiannon Giddens, Vince Gill, Brendan Gleeson, David Gray, Kate Rusby, The Steel Drivers, Abigail Washburn, and others, The Great Irish Songbook both preserves the spirit of each song and brings a new vitality to iconic traditional songs of their homeland.
Through the years, Dervish have toured the globe and shared stages with the likes of James Brown, Neil Young, and Sting, becoming the first Irish band ever to play Rock in Rio (the world’s most massive music festival), and steadily making their name as one of the foremost purveyors of Irish folk music.
As they approach their 30th anniversary, Dervish build on the dynamic they’ve brought to their 13 previous albums and dazzling live performances: a kinetic union of technical brilliance and undeniable soul, endlessly fortified by their immense creativity.
The London Palladium Lounge
Treat yourself and your guests on your next visit by booking our VIP Lounge. Available as an upgrade or can be booked together with your tickets.
For £35 per person, you can enjoy:
- Access to exclusive VIP bar with dedicated staff and facilities up to 1 hour pre-show and in the interval.
- A 125ml glass of Champagne Taittinger Brut (or drink of choice) each both pre-show and interval
- Savoury bar snacks
To book, please call the hospitality team on 020 7379 4981 or email us by clicking below.
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