Trinity's Graduate Students' Union proudly presents
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Dublin's Newest and hottest live music venue Tramline will be the final destination of Trinity's Postgrad Orientation Week 2017!
Tickets available from 11th September from TCDSU front office & GSU Officers
*Limited Number available
See GSU Social Media for more info!
It’s been a remarkable 18 months for independent band, Brave Giant. Their current single, The Time I Met the Devil (featuring Irish actor and comedian, Joe Rooney) has enjoyed over 60,000 views in less than twelve weeks adding to their impressive overall tally of 500,000 online video
views. Since June 2016 the band has had five consecutive sell-out headline shows in Dublin, including two sold-out shows at Whelan’s (main room) this spring. In winter last year, they joined Gavin James and Roisin O as the musical ambassadors of the Bord na Móna ‘HearthSessions’. Thus far in 2017,
the boys have performed on RTE’s flagship The Late Late Show, supported Picture This during their five-night sell out run at Dublin’s Olympia Theatre and welcomed over 1,500 fans to their recent Longitude performance.
Formed in 2011, Mark Prunty (guitar/vox), Podge Gill (guitar/vox), Ross McNerney
(banjo/mandolin), Emmett Collum (drums) are the four young Longford men of Brave Giant.
Their love of Irish music is evident in their sound, a skilfully achieved blend of rock, folk and alternative influences.
The City and us
Trinity Postgrads will be familiar with The City and Us singer, musician and all round nice guy Mark Hogan having played Gradstonbury 2016 to stellar reviews. He's back, and has teamed up with the two Stephens and the ever impressive Elva Trill. New to the scene but making big strides in a short time, The City and Us are set to take Dublin and Ireland by storm with their unique approach and mark on their music.