The Gloaming announce dates at London’s Union Chapel

Following sold-out performances at Royal Albert Hall, The Barbican and the Southbank Centre,  highly acclaimed supergroup The Gloaming return to their spiritual home in London, the Union Chapel, on the 26th and 28th of February 2019.

Anyone lucky enough to witness the group’s legendary early shows at the intimate venue will attest to the incredible connection between band and audience at the architectural treasure on Compton Terrace.

Said The Gloaming’s Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh:  “Union Chapel is quite possibly the most visually stunning and acoustically beautiful space we’ve ever made music in.   The vast space, air the colour of vellum, that we’ll be playing there again gives us all a proper thrill.”

Earlier this year, The Gloaming released a critically acclaimed live album —Live at the NCH— which captured the spirit of their 24 sold-out performances at the National Concert Hall in Dublin. They also began work on their 3rd studio LP which has an anticipated release date of Spring 2019. This not-to-be-missed performance at Union Chapel which will no doubt include some of this new material.

Sign up to The Gloaming’s mailing list to receive a pre-sale code which will enable you to scoop a limited number of tickets from 9am on Thursday before they go on general sale on Friday 28 September at 9am.

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Featured release

  • Live at the NCH

    The Gloaming

    Released 02 March 2018

    Using the studio recordings only as points of departure, these performances —recorded at the venue which has become their home away from home— stretch out and roam in unexpected new directions, incorporating new tunes and rearranging old ones, filled with the excitement and delight of five master musicians coming together as one.

By Online Editor

Main image: The Gloaming at Union Chapel, November 2013. Photo credit: York Tillyer.

Published on Tue, 25 September 18

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