Rock For Repeal

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Panti Bliss performing at 'A Night In The Key of 8' hosted by the REPEAL Project in the Olympia Theatre, Dublin. Photography by Ruth Medjber www.ruthlessimagery.com
Le Galaxie performing at 'A Night In The Key of 8' hosted by the REPEAL Project in the Olympia Theatre, Dublin. Photography by Ruth Medjber www.ruthlessimagery.com
Mary Black performing at 'A Night In The Key of 8' hosted by the REPEAL Project in the Olympia Theatre, Dublin. Photography by Ruth Medjber www.ruthlessimagery.com
A portrait of Neil Hannon playing his piano at 'A Night In The Key of 8' hosted by the REPEAL Project in the Olympia Theatre, Dublin. Photography by Ruth Medjber www.ruthlessimagery.com
David Gray performing with "The Repealers Choir" at 'A Night In The Key of 8' hosted by the REPEAL Project in the Olympia Theatre, Dublin. Photography by Ruth Medjber www.ruthlessimagery.com
Paul Noonan performing at 'A Night In The Key of 8' hosted by the REPEAL Project in the Olympia Theatre, Dublin. Photography by Ruth Medjber www.ruthlessimagery.com
Wyvern Lingo performing at 'A Night In The Key of 8' hosted by the REPEAL Project in the Olympia Theatre, Dublin. Photography by Ruth Medjber www.ruthlessimagery.com
Camille O'Sullivan performing at 'A Night In The Key of 8' hosted by the REPEAL Project in the Olympia Theatre, Dublin. Photography by Ruth Medjber www.ruthlessimagery.com

Last Night.

Olympia Theatre, Dublin

“A Night in the Key of 8” presented by The Repeal Project. From top: Panti Bliss; Le Galaxie; Mary Black, Neil Hannon, David Gray; Paul Noonan; Wyvern Lingo and Camille O’Sullivan.

Pics: Ruth Medjber

6 thoughts on “Rock For Repeal

  1. missred

    I was there, it was a really good night. Never seen Wyvern Lingo before, their harmonies are out of this world. Le Galaxie found it hard to get the crowd dancing, kinda felt sorry for them. Roisin O has ten times the voice of her mum Mary Black. The only problem with events where there are loads of acts is the momentum drops a bit in between them. The final act was David Grey who everyone seemed to be waiting for. He’s a nice bloke, but it really made the whole thing drag on too long.

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