Belfast, New York and Let's Get Killed

  • Sun 19 Mar
  • Times
    Over 18s

    Supported by

    Belfast, New York and Let's Get Killed

    I.NY and Guinness Storehouse present

    David Holmes In Conversation & Performance

    In conversation with John Kelly

    plus DJ set support from Billy Scurry

    Belfast, New York and Let's Get Killed

    Covid-restricted 2022 marked the 25th anniversary of the release of David Holmes’ exceptional album 'Let's Get Killed', the Belfast producer's second record, and one built from cuts, sounds & samples self-recorded from the farthest corners and creatures of New York. 

    In conversation with John Kelly, we take the opportunity to explore and celebrate the story of that defining record, as David himself tells it, along with the career it birthed, what New York City means to him as an artist, and how Belfast, Ireland and New York connect and communicate.

    This event is for an over-18s audience only.

    This event is free but ticketed, please register here. Maximum 4 places per registration.

    • David Holmes

      David Holmes is a Belfast born DJ & producer. In his varied professional life, he has produced five independent albums and over 30 film soundtracks.  His successful partnership with director Steven Soderbergh was developed on films ‘Out of Sight’ (1998) & the Ocean’s 11 trilogy. He went on to score, among many others, the award-winning Steve McQueen film ‘Hunger’, the Ivor Novello Award [best score] winner, '71, all three seasons of BBC series The Fall, and all four of ‘Killing Eve’.

    • John Kelly

      John Kelly presents Mystery Train on RTE radio and The Works Presents on RTE television. His radio show ELEVATION is broadcast weekly throughout North America on Sirius XM.

    I.NY and Guinness Storehouse present two shows exploring and celebrating the modern impact & influence of Irish artists and creatives around the world - in particular, the rich and unique relationship between Ireland and New York.  

    Welcoming David Holmes, Lisa Hannigan, Rich Gilligan, Mary Leonard, John Kelly, Arveene, Sally Cinnamon, Billy Scurry and author Mark O’Connell, I.NY and Guinness Storehouse are delighted to present these one-off conversations and performances as part of the St. Patrick’s Festival cultural programme. 

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    These events are for an over-18s audience only.