Ultimate Irish Music at the Royal Albert Hall: A Presidential Celebration Trailer

Ultimate Irish Music at the Royal Albert Hall: A Presidential Celebration Trailer (2014)

13 April 2014 60 mins

Dermot O'Leary hosts highlights from a celebration of the Irish music tradition and its dialogue with Britain in the presence of the president of Ireland and the Prince and Princess Michael of Kent at the Royal Albert Hall. Artists performing include Imelda May, Paul Brady and Glen Hansard, the singer-songwriter behind the hit musical Once. With readings from the likes of Fiona Shaw and Joseph O'Connor.

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