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Abbey Tavern

The Abbey Tavern, Howth …

Céad Míle Fáilte.
We would like to extend a warm Irish welcome to all our visitors both local and international and invite you to join us and experience the old world charm of our pub and enjoy a pint in front of a turf fire. Don't forget to try our famous Lambay Irish Beef or signature Irish coffee! Looking forward to greeting you all soon.

What's on at The Abbey Tavern  ...

Thursday 13th July ~ Jason Byrne - ‘Cois Farraige’

As wonderful, enjoyable and just plain brilliant as ever, make sure you grab a ticket…. ... 8pm

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Buy Tickets: Tickets €20.00 available from Ticketmaster.ie or from The Abbey Tavern.ie

Saturday 5th August ~ An Evening with Freddie White

In Ireland, where he has won just about every award going, Freddie White is something of a legend. He was a founding member of Scullion, later he formed The Fake, regarded as one of the seminal Irish bands of the late 70¹s. Next came The Freddie White Band, which toured with Eric Clapton on his Irish Tour.

Abbey Freddy White
His first album, ‘Live on Tour’, recorded by Nicky Ryan while Freddie toured with Clannad, brought him national attention. His second album, ‘Do You Do’, was the biggest selling Mulligan Label album of 1981 ... 8pm

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  • ‘Long Distance Runner’ in 1985, featured original songs such as “Goodbye This Time”, ‘Down Without A Fight’ and the hit single ‘Frozen Heart’ co-written with Johnny Duhan. His fourth album, ‘Close To You’ continued this trend, most of the songs being Freddies own.

    In 1994, he released Straight Up, fourteen songs recorded live by Dan Fitzgerald. And now a new all original album, ‘My Country’ recorded in Ireland, was released in 1999. A collection of eleven songs co-written with Ann O¹Sullivan and based on the poetry of Don O¹Sullivan. The album is co-produced with Declan Sinnot, renowned for his work as producer and arranger with Sinead Lohan, Frances Black and Mary Black, and as lead guitarist with Horslips and Moving Hearts.

    Freddie White’s popularity has endured for many years and there is a very good reason why ­ he delivers! He has released seven albums to date to critical acclaim, but it is his live performance that stuns. He can rock your socks off, bring tears to your eyes with a ballad, or croon a jazz standard, all the while giving this apparently diverse material a common thread.

    One reviewer called Freddie a “musical chronicler of the Twentieth Century”. Even this is slightly out of step because Freddie includes in his repertoire some folk music that dates back beyond even that. And his brand new album of original material brings him forward to the Twenty First!

Tickets €25.00 available at Ticketmaster and at The Abbey Tavern

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Ireland's World Famous Abbey Tavern Traditional Irish Night

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The Abbey Tavern Traditional Irish Night

The evening commences at 7.30pm with a sumptuous fourcourse dinner with a choice of two starters, five main courses, two desserts and an Irish coffee. The show, featuring our award winning dancers, singers and musicians begins at 8.15pm and showcases Ireland's wealth of music, song and dance. Sing along to some of Ireland's best loved ballads and songs such as 'Danny Boy', 'Finnegan's Wake', 'The Wild Rover' and 'Whiskey In The Jar'. Be mesmerised and thrilled by our dancers footwork and passion as they perform some of Ireland's oldest dance routines such as 'The Brush Dance' and 'The Sean Nos' alongside tributes to international acclaimed shows. The show finishes at 10pm. We invite you to join us for an unforgettable night at The Abbey Tavern.

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for reservations call 01 839 0307

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