Live in concert - WALLIS BIRD
People who had bought tickets for the March gig can use their tickets for Saturday, 26th September 2020.
We are delighted to welcome Wallis Bird to the Inkwell Theatre stage!
Saturday 26th September at 8pm
Inkwell Theatre, Minane Bridge
Ticket: €22 plus booking fee
Tickets are also available in the XL Shop in Minane Bridge
Wallis Bird has been enrapturing audiences for over a decade, playing over 800 shows in that time. She has won multiple international awards including two Irish Meteor Awards, and has also received a nomination for the Irish Choice Music Prize in 2017. Her irrepressible energy on stage is one of her trademarks; even the Irish Times once noted it could ‘kickstart an entire economy’. In 2016, she played a 12-hour free gig in aid of refugee charities, even finding enough strength to play an encore. Having spent the past 3 years writing and recording, Wallis released her 6th album, Woman, on 27th September 2019. With themes of ‘Love, Respect, Peace, Sex, Death and Healing’, Woman covers all of the major life changes Wallis has experienced since her last album Home in 2016. “The world’s changed a lot, and I’ve changed with it. The #MeToo movement, Repeal The 8th, marriage equality in Australia, Black Lives Matter, Trump, Brexit, the rise of racism, the death of countless musical icons, the environmental crisis. And, I’m 36 now, so I’m officially a woman!” In February, Wallis will join Irish legends Eleanor
McEvoy and Maura O’Connell in the National Concert Hall, Dublin and Wexford Opera House for four very special performances of A Woman’s Heart. They will be accompanied by the RTE Concert Orchestra for this Sold Out performance of one of the most successful Irish albums ever.
Tuath Tour 2020:
Following the success of her New Moon Tour across Europe and the US late last year, Wallis has announced
her Tuath Tour in Spring 2020. This will see Wallis performing across a number of Ireland's smaller (better)
venues, these shows will be extremely intimate and more energetic than ever! The name Tuath Tour comes from
the old Irish word Túath roughly translated as people or countryside. In medieval Ireland, a Túath was a small
town, separate from bigger cities and Kingdoms. Inspired by this, we wanted to focus on smaller venues, away from major towns or cities, much like the Tuath!
“The Wexford artist triumphs with socially conscious sixth album” - Hot Press
“The musical powerhouse returns and it’s no surprise that this track is one of the standouts this week” -
“It makes a solid case for Wallis as one of Ireland's most formidable and mercurial musical talents” - RTE.ie
“Wallis Bird is back and in her power” -Today FM
“A striking return” - Joe.ie
“Wallis is back to her best! ‘Woman’ reminds us that she is one of our finest singer-songwriters.” -Irish Mail on