Skipper’s Alley is a five-piece band born out of the ever-burgeoning Dublin folk music scene, combining traditional Irish music with contemporary sensibilities to create music that is wild, gritty, ancient and still brand new. The Oul Fip is their second album delving into our rich history with re-interpretations of tunes by the likes of Séamus Ennis (The Farmer’s Curst Wife) and Frankie Harte (Madam, I’m a Darling) whilst unearthing less-known contributors to the trad tapestry John Griffin (Why She Couldn’t Drink Her Tea). There’ll be banjos, guitars, tin whistles, fiddles, flutes and uileann pipes. This is a double-header with the tremendous four-part-harmony trad gals, Landless. Bring your best foot tap to the occasion.