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Paddy’s Day 2024

Join us for an unforgettable Paddy’s Day. We have live entertainment across the three floors. Everything from trad in the public bar to drum & bass in The Shipyard.☘️

Jack Devlin

Northern Irish Indie newcomer Jack Devlin lands with new single ‘Dialogue’ released on 22nd September 2023.

Jack Devlin has been an unstoppable feature in Northern Ireland during the pandemic – playing gigs when the venues will have him and taking to the streets when the doors have been closed. With venues being closed he has traveled with a guitar busking on the streets of Ireland, writing constantly and using initiative to win over friends.

In the summer of 2020 he realised that a caravan battery could power up a busking session and so he was active with musician friends in Sligo, Galway, Westport, Dublin and Galway. The income was healthy and the surge in social media supporters was proof that the effort was worth it.

Before COVID Jack has supported the likes of David Keenan and Hermitage Green. All of this has been building towards his new single release, the track ‘Dialogue’. Written with Harry from Hudson Taylor it’s a three minute power house with a sound that aims for bigger places. For fans of Sam Fender, Cold War Kids and Jeff Buckley. One of the many songs he’s crafted at home during the pandemic.

Jack comes from Hilltown, by the Mourne Mountains in Northern Irealand. He was learning guitar at school and was also embarked on a mountain bike adventure, excelling on a competitive level.

In 2018 he was the Ulster Elite Enduro Champion. He rode in Italy and Austria and following a flight mishap at Whistler, British Columbia, he took to busking between rides to raise the extra cash for the journey home. This music/mountain bike connection was celebrated in a video, Busk to Ride (2017). His other legacy from bike riding is a broken pelvis and a fractured wrist.

“I’ve got plates in all sorts of places.”

Music claims his energies now. He has over 100 songs recorded in various states of readiness and has been garnering some significant industry attention as of recent times. All to be revealed in the coming months.

“The song is always the foundation of where I judge my success,” he reckons.

Tickets on sale August 14th

Rianne Downey

Rianne Downey has been performing music her whole adult life – from early morning busking on the streets of Glasgow to lockdown streams that have reached fans all over the world.

Cavalier Attitude

Their biggest headline yet with support from Slow Healer and Franklin.

“If you like pop punk raw and soaked in mosh pit beer, Cavalier Attitude will be your new favourite band” Rigsy, 2021. Daily Mirror NI

Cavalier Attitude is a 4 piece punk band from Newtownabbey. Comprising of Daniel Graham on vocals/bass, Jordan McMurray on guitar/vocals, Chris Jones on guitar and Thomas Duff-Mckenzie on drums, these four friends have come together to create their own sound and share their stories.

Cavalier Attitude in its rawest form is a punk band but the influences are wide. Drawing heavily on a wide range of bands from the Ramones to The Gaslight Anthem, Cavalier Attitude really is an emotional diary of past, present and future experiences chronicled.

Enjoying airplay on BBC Radio Ulster, QRadio and RTE2XM; Cavalier Attitude had enjoyed a small taste of success with sights set on the horizon on what’s to come in the future. 2022 has been a standout year for the band so far. Starting the year off strong with the release of a new single and a string of shows lined up to the summer the band have been relentless in building a following in Belfast. From playing basement bars to supporting touring bands, Cavalier Attitude look to build upon their recent success and have new music and releases in the pipeline for a later release.


Serving up a zingy, fearless new recipe for pop punk rock, Cherym are a three-piece from Derry in Northern Ireland with some seriously infectious songwriting credentials. Taking influence from The Smashing Pumpkins, Bikini Kill, American Football, PUP and Pixies, the trio formed after meeting in college over a joint love of garage rock, pop punk and a desire to be the biggest band in the world.