MOM-Emerging Artists Showcase

Published on: September 7, 2021

September 24, 2021 @ 7:00 pm

Emerging Artists Showcase


FRI 24 SEPT | BLACK BOX | 7PM (doors), £7 BOOK HERE

PLEASE NOTE: allocated seating will be in place. Tickets must be booked together to ensure seating together. There will be a maximum of 4 per table / group booking. There will be no door sales.

For four years, our Emerging Artist Scheme has helped develop the career of numerous up and coming musicians. A year later than hoped due to the obvious, we’re very excited to showcase three artists from our current programme!

With a sound and spirit deeply engrained in the roots of their native Ireland, indie-folk duo Laytha take inspiration in both the ancient and contemporary for their beautifully crafted mix of traditional and folk sounds. Hailing from the West of the Island, cousins Niamh and Philana shared love of music naturally translated into songwriting. Gracefully delicate, sneakily addictive and utterly captivating, Laytha are an instantly recognisable sound of a modern Ireland.

Jack Warnock is a multi-instrumentalist and singer from Maghera, Co. Derry with a unique sound deeply rooted in the tradition of Irish folk music. Guitarist, pianist, vocalist in the traditional groups Cóiriú and Meargánta, Jack has performed in the final of Siansa Gael Linn at the National Concert Hall, Dublin on multiple occasions, and at the Royal Albert Hall, London. In 2018, he was nominated for the prestigious BBC Young Folk Award. Jack is currently working on his highly anticipated debut solo album, due for release in 2021.

Emily McCormick is a soulful, R&B artist based in Derry. Following her selection on the Emerging Artist Scheme, Emily has recently performed in support of Rhys Lewis and for the IMBOLC festival. Emily’s most recent single ‘Not Love’, was released on April 3rd as a precursor to a forthcoming EP.

Covid-19 Audience Safety Information (Black Box)

We are delighted to finally welcome you back to live music!

In line with government guidance the following safety measures will be in place and we ask all audience members to follow this advice to ensure a safe and enjoyable event for everyone.

These guidelines are subject to change as government guidance and/or the rate of infection changes.

  • We ask that audience members do not attend if they are displaying any symptoms of Covid-19 or have been advised to self-isolate.
  • Seating will be allocated. Tickets must be booked together in order to be seated together.
  • A maximum of 4 can be seated together / booked in one transaction.
  • Tickets will not be available for sale on the door and must be pre-booked.
  • If you or someone in your group requires accessible seating please contact us as soon as possible so we can accommodate.
  • A contact number will be requested when booking for purposes of track & trace. This information will be held for 28 days in line with GDPR guidance and then deleted.
  • On arrival you will be shown to your allocated seat. Please ensure all members of your booking arrive together.
  • Sanitiser will be provided throughout the venue and a one-way system will be in place. Please follow the signage and directions from staff.
  • The bar will be open for table service only – orders will be taken at your table on arrival and during the event.
  • In line with government advice, we ask that all audience members wear a face covering indoors, when entering and moving around the building to use the facilities.
  • Please note we are unable to refund or exchange any tickets. If you have purchased a ticket and are unable to attend due to covid reasons, please contact us on [email protected]
  • Moving On Music reserve the right to refuse admission to any person.
  • If the performance is cancelled due to reasons beyond our control relating to the Covid-19 pandemic, ticket bookers will be refunded.

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