One Night In Dublin will return to Darlington when The Wild Murphys will set up Murphy’s Pub at the Hippodrome, guaranteeing one glorious night of high-energy Irish Music and more than a little bit of Irish Craic.
The multi-award-winning Irish band The Wild Murphys features the very best traditional Irish musicians playing a thrilling mix of traditional and contemporary tunes guaranteed to have the audience’s hands clapping and toes tapping all night long.
The seven-piece live band is headed by lead singer Middi Murphy armed with blarney, banter and an accordion, alongside Trevor Brewis (Jimmy Nail) on drums, Tony Davis (Prelude) on keys and the BBC award-winning fiddle player Sophy Ball on fiddle.
In their own inimitable style, The Wild Murphys celebrate Irish classics with tracks including: ‘Galway Girl’, ‘Tell Me Ma’, ‘Dirty Old Town’, ‘The Irish Rover’, ‘Brown Eyed Girl’, ‘Seven Drunken Nights’, ‘Sally MacLennane’, ‘When You Were Sweet Sixteen’, ‘Whiskey in the Jar’, ‘Wild Rover’ and ‘Molly Malone’, to name just a few.
Let ONE NIGHT IN DUBLIN come to you – kick back in Murphy’s Pub, sing along and imagine yourself back in Temple Bar as Middi and his band entertain you all night long – “Ah, go on, go on, go on!”
£14.50 - £27.00
Darlington Hippodrome Parkgate Darlington DL1 1RR
Address: Darlington Hippodrome
Public Transport Directions
TRAVEL BY TRAIN
Darlington Hippodrome is a five minute walk from Darlington's train station. Darlington is a frequent stop on the East Coast mainline route as well as on local routes.
TRAVEL BY BUS
The following services are available from the bus stops outside the theatre:
Service 2 - Branksome/Darlington Town Centre/Red Hall - Every 10 minutes, Monday to Saturday with a 30 minute evening service. A 30 minute Sunday service is also available. Last bus 23:29 (towards Cockerton) and 23:32 (towards Lingfield).
Service 3B - Darlington Town Centre/Hundens Lane/Fitzwilliam Drive - Every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday. No evening service or Sunday service.
Service 12/12A - Hurworth/Darlington/Morton Park/Middleton St G/Trees Park Village - Every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday. Sundays Darlington Town Centre to Morton Park every 60 minutes with no evening service. Last bus 19:31 (towards Durham Tees Valley Airport) and 19:22 going one stop to the town hall.
Service 13A/13B - Darlington Town Centre to Firthmoor - Every 5 minutes Monday to Saturday with 30 minute evening service. Sundays half hourly, 60 minute evening service. Last bus 23:53 toward Prebend Row.
Service 20 - Darlington Town Centre/Sadberge/Neasham - Operates three journeys on a Monday only.
A short walk into town (0.3 miles) presents an opportunity to access more bus services, with journeys to Stockton/Middlesbrough (X67, X66), Newton Aycliffe/Shildon/Bishop Auckland (5/5A), Spennymoor (8), Durham (7), Sunderland (x21), Barnard Castle (84/84A, X75/X76), Richmond (29) and (X26/X27) to Richmond and Catterick.