Celtic Flames - Feast of Fire at St George's

Do you dare to enter the battle ground of a godess and a dragon?

Mystical music and dance combine in a fiery feast of creativity and craic. Expect to be woven into the action on the dancefloor with @Movema dancers and live music arranged by Mikey Kenney for Hop the Sea music collective and fire performers Bring the Fire Project.

We invite to to enter another realm, time-less and never-ending like the curling pathways of a Celtic knot. An immersive world of magic and music play your part in the action as an ancient people celebrate the coming of spring with dancing, supernatual rituals and revellery. Please wear something white or cream!

Nine-piece Celtic super-band Hop the Sea Will get the crowd dancing alongside award-winning Movema dance company who Will be setting the floor alight and guiding you in energetic céili dances as Bring the Fire performers astound you with magical and creative fire displays.

@Movema is an exciting and dynamic company specialising in dances from around the world. Our expert team are dedicated to getting everyone moving through professional performances, workshops, events, projects and by using dance from around the globe to engage, educate and entertain. “Movema” means ‘to move’ in St Lucian Patois.
Pronounced ‘MOO-veh-ma’


Two years back, Mikey Kenney, fiddler in the Liverpool Céilí band and Saltcutters frontman, started discussing a cross-the-sea band with fellow Saltcutter Evelyn Broderick and Co. Down piper Sean Donnelly along with a few others. The idea was to form a traditional big band that would regularly cross the Irish Sea to meet and perform.... Consisting of a brilliant line up of professional trad musicians from numerous established acts, here is the result;

The Musicians:

Mikey Kenney (fiddle), Maureen Walker (fiddle), Susie Howlin (flute), Sean Donnelly (uilleann pipes), Michael Metcalfe (drums), Ciara Owes (tenor banjo), Damon Kilcawley (mandolin), Charlie McKeon (guitar), Harriet Bartlett (accordion).
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