To mark what would have been the third chapter of All Together Now, and in recognition of our talented artists, the festival's curators are streaming performances from Curraghmore Estate this Bank Holiday Weekend.
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Rising Irish musician David Keenan returned yesterday for the first ever live performance to take place in the enchanting Shell House, which dates back to 1754, at Curraghmore Estate.
Today it’s the turn of Dublin songwriter and producer Gemma Dunleavy, who performs on the glorious Global Roots stage for her first show at the festival - although in very different circumstances to what she may have expected.
Her gig follows her recent release of her new EP, Up De Flats, which explores her community in Dublin's Sheriff Street