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A Ye Vagabonds film is getting a premiere at the Lighthouse Cinema in Dublin

A Ye Vagabonds film is getting a premiere at the Lighthouse Cinema in Dublin

Nine Waves Still 4

The video production company Tiny Ark and the band Ye Vagabonds have collaborated on a visual accompaniment film to accompany the folk duo’s recent album Nine Waves that will premiere in full at the Lighthouse Cinema, Smithfield, Dublin 7 on Tuesday 21st March.

Nine Waves is a visual postcard of the sound world that the album inhabits, primarily based within a derelict building in Dublin, and on location on the island of Arranmore, off the coast of Donegal.

The film features the band’s collaborators Alain McFadden (All the Brave Hunters), Cormac Begley, Ryan Hargadon, and Kate Ellis and Caimin Gilmore of Crash Ensemble as guest musicians, alongside a cast of dancers Stephanie Dufresne and Cristian Enmanuel Dirocie, and Arranmore bar owner Jerry Early.

Here’s a trailer:

Tickets €10 available from Eventbrite.

Ye Vagabonds play two shows at Dublin’s Vicar Street on 31st March and 1st April 2023, with support from Niamh Bury.


Director – Alex Delap

Producer – Liam Harkin

Assistant Producer – Daniel Moynihan

Director of Photography – Leon Forristal

C-Cam – Saoirse Johnson Gaffey

1st AC – Colm Moore & Saoirse Johnston Gaffey

Drone Operator – Colm Moore

Editor – Ronan Fox

Colourist – Leon Forristal

Audio Mix – Brían Mac Gloinn


Brían Mac Gloinn

Diarmuid Mac Gloinn

Alain McFadden

Cormac Begley

Kate Ellis

Caimin Gilmore

Ryan Hargadon

Film Concept by Alex Delap, Brían Mac Gloinn, Diarmuid Mac Gloinn & Rich Gilligan


Jerry Early

Stephanie Dufresne

Cristian Emmanuel Dirocie