Continuing his path along the road of uniqueness, Pierce Turner returns from America to this side of the Pond for a series of Summer Public Parlour Performances. You can go the big fields and watch a dot up on the stage performing while the sound sails away in the wind. Or you can mingle with like minded humans in a space where you can see the walls, where there is a ceiling for the sound to return from, where there is oodles of atmosphere and interaction, and the toilets are right there.
Many are the magical Pierce Turner performances that have transpired under the historical ceiling of Wexford’s Art Centre, so this return on July 19th will be a very special and rare event. There is a limited capacity.
Returning from New York after a sold out Joe’s Pub performance (one of America’s top five venues-Rolling Stone Mag) with Philip Glass in attendance - Pierce Turner is a Wexford champion whom the Oscar winning Jim Sheridan referred to as “the cream of tough Norman Stock”