FREE NON-TICKETS EVENT / Admission is on a first-come first-served basis
Since his teenage years, Phelim Drew has worked as an actor, appearing in new plays and classics across major stages in Ireland and abroad. Occasional forays into the medium of film have not resulted in the opportunity to retire early. However, he has been more than satisfied working regularly on radio, television and in the theatre B.C. (Before Covid)
Music has always played a huge part in his life and has more recently felt the draw in this area as a means of expression and commemoration – celebrating his father Ronnie’s musical legacy and that of The Dubliners of whom he was a founding member. Through this avenue he hopes to develop as a singer and musician and pursue this journey to connect with people through the musical influences of his upbringing and the often hilarious associated stories that have been passed on from father to son.For the last few years he has collaborated with Anto Drennan, Myles Drennan and Bernard Kavanagh to form Phelim and The Drew House Band and look forward to taking their show out to a wider audience. The opportunity to perform as part of Tradfest Temple Bar is one that he and the boys are eagerly awaiting.
FREE – NO TICKETS REQUIRED
TradFest Temple Bar are proud to partner with Novaerus to ensure the highest possible standard of safety for our guests and staff. For your protection and peace of mind, the venue for this event will be equipped with best-in-class air disinfection devices from Novaerus, which cyclically disinfect the air of any harmful airborne pollutants including Covid – 19.