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Paul Noonan

Cork St Patrick's Festival at Triskel

Paul Noonan

Cork St Patrick's Festival at Triskel

Paul Noonan is a songwriter, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist. He is best known as the frontman of the Irish group Bell X1.

Paul also performs as a solo artist and collaborator on a variety of musical projects – Printer Clips, a record of simply recorded duets with the likes of Joan As Policewoman, Martha Wainwright & Lisa Hannigan and more recently Houseplants, with the electronic musician Daithi.

From humble childhood beginnings as second flautist in the Lucan Concert Band, Paul has also featured as contributor to records by Gemma Hayes, The Frames and The Cake Sale, a record for Oxfam. A keen and natural collaborator, he curated and directed the Starboard Home and Imagining Ireland projects in association with The National Concert Hall in Dublin.

Between these collaborations, Paul Noonan has been performing intimate solo shows around Ireland, playing songs from across the body of work that he has created over the past 25 years.

Paul Noonan presented by Triskel Christchurch and Cork St Patrick’s Festival, supported by Cork City Council and Fáilte Ireland. 

Cork City Council is part of the Failte Ireland St. Patrick’s Regional Festival Scheme, supporting 6 regional festivals to offer quality, high impact events for domestic and international audiences, while also supporting the local night-time economy.



Fri 15 Mar 2024
20:00
€25

Paul Noonan is a songwriter, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist. He is best known as the frontman of the Irish group Bell X1.

Paul also performs as a solo artist and collaborator on a variety of musical projects – Printer Clips, a record of simply recorded duets with the likes of Joan As Policewoman, Martha Wainwright & Lisa Hannigan and more recently Houseplants, with the electronic musician Daithi.

From humble childhood beginnings as second flautist in the Lucan Concert Band, Paul has also featured as contributor to records by Gemma Hayes, The Frames and The Cake Sale, a record for Oxfam. A keen and natural collaborator, he curated and directed the Starboard Home and Imagining Ireland projects in association with The National Concert Hall in Dublin.

Between these collaborations, Paul Noonan has been performing intimate solo shows around Ireland, playing songs from across the body of work that he has created over the past 25 years.

Paul Noonan presented by Triskel Christchurch and Cork St Patrick’s Festival, supported by Cork City Council and Fáilte Ireland. 

Cork City Council is part of the Failte Ireland St. Patrick’s Regional Festival Scheme, supporting 6 regional festivals to offer quality, high impact events for domestic and international audiences, while also supporting the local night-time economy.



Cork St Patrick’s Festival

This year to celebrate Cork St Patrick’s Festival, we are delighted to welcome two exciting acts to Triskel.