The Clancy Family regale stories, songs and tunes from The Clancy Brother homestead. This show takes you into the very heart of Clancy’s kitchen, County Tipperary.With performances from multi award-winning artists- Donal Clancy (son of Liam), Róisín Clancy (daughter of Bobby), musician cousin Evan Grace and Welsh singer/actor Ryland Teifi, the audience experience, first hand, the atmosphere in the home of the troubadours that were the world famous legendary Clancy Brothers.
“Growing-up in the Clancy household, singing, music and story-telling were an everyday event, not something reserved for the stage. Anyone visiting was welcomed and encouraged to share a story or song from wherever they came from in the world and the spoken word was as important as the music. It was a truly amazing experience and one we’d like to share with audiences-this unique insight into Clancy’s kitchen”
Clancy’s Kitchen comprise of :
Dónal Clancy is regarded as one of Ireland’s finest guitarists. He is the son of the world renowned singer Liam Clancy of The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem and has since the death of his father focused his attention on the family repertoire of songs that he grew up with.
Róisín Clancy is the daughter of folksinger Bobby Clancy of The Clancy Brothers. She is a Best Actor Award winner from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Pasadena, Cal, USA. Róisín and husband, Welsh actor and singer/songwriter Ryland Teifi and their three daughters now reside in An Rinn, Co Waterford.
Evan Grace took up banjo, mandolin and bouzouki in his early teens. Evan has played traditional music all over the world. He is currently involved in a number of projects which span an array of musical genres and styles and also has a background in theatre education.
Ryland Teifi is a Welsh BAFTA winning actor, songwriter of the year winner and national winner for ballad singing. He has performed in theatres all over the world including The Abbey, Vancouver & Seattle Opera Houses and The West End. He has starred in numerous series on the BBC, S4C, ITV and TG4 and presented music programmes on television and radio, covering festivals like Lorient and Celtic Connections. He has recorded three albums and two EP’s as a songwriter.
Book a table for pre-concert dining
Acapela Studio provides pre-concert dining between 6.00pm and 7.45pm from our wood burning pizza oven. To view the current menu visit here. To book a table online, select the date of your event, number of diners and time you require table. The times shown are the only vacancies left. Please complete your email and phone number as this is required to ensure your table is allocated. You will receive confirmation of your booking by email and text.
PLEASE NOTE THE VENUE RELIES ON THE INCOME FROM DINING TO ENSURE WE CAN BOOK ALL THE GREAT ACTS PERFORMING.
- All seating at tables must purchase a pizza - so please do not book a table if not eating.
- Please ensure that you arrive 10 minutes before the time slot allocated to order your pizzas prior to your booking time.
- Tables not seated within 15 minutes of the allocated time may be lost and allocated to other audience members wishing to order pizzas.
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Please note that all of our pizzas are made fresh to order and cooked in an authentic wood-fired oven. It may take up to 45 minutes to be served during busy periods.