ALT B: Quiet Man

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31 Aug

Headily invigorated from the recent success of a sold out tour around Ireland supporting pop rising star Moncrieff, Quiet Man is busily immersed in writing and recording new music.

This music marks a shift in his creative direction. An honest step forward. A fresh breeze of self-confidence propelling him onto the path of what he truly wants to do.

In the meantime, he plans to put out all the music that he’s been finishing over the past few years, beginning with his second EP – ‘Gentle Man’ – that was released on June 1st.

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31 August 8:00pmFrom £8

  • Student/Under 26 (ID Required): From £5.50
  • Unemployed/Unwaged: From £5.50
  • Access: From £5.50
  • Standard: From £8
  • Feeling Generous: From £12
Running time approx 1 hours

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