Ryan O'Reilly from Winchester, UK, is a songwriter whose Irish heritage and English upbringing make him a passionate storyteller. His meandering journey began with gigs at open-mics in Toronto as a teenager, a poetry degree in Dublin and a street gig on London's Portobello Road. With DIY band tours across Europe and North America, Ryan began to make a name for himself and fans. In 2018 and 2019, Ryan toured Europe with his future songwriting partner Hayley Reardon from Boston, after the two met in a guitar shop in Nashville. Ryan released his first two full-length albums on Qatar's first indie label and recorded a new album during the lockdown with producers David Granshaw and Spencer Cullum Jr. Ryan has also written songs with other artists, released in 2021 with British band Flyte (Trying To Break Your Heart), Belarusian duo Naviband (Girl In White) and German duo Amistat (Still Alive).
+ Support: Hayley Reardon (USA), Naviband (Belarus)
Friday, November 26
Doors: 6.30 pm / Start: 7.30 pm
Some notes on the event:
- Please use the online ticket sale. All data registered online or on site will be stored for four weeks for contact tracing and then destroyed.
- We still recommend to wear a medical or FFP2 mask in all areas (can be removed at the seating area during the event), to keep distance to other people at all times (at least 1.5 metres), to wash or disinfect your hands regularly and to only sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm.
- In order to attend the event, you must currently provide proof of of complete vaccination (the last vaccination must be 14 days ago) or of recovery.
- Please pay attention to signposting, indications and routing.
- Visitors with symptoms of a cold and those who have had contact with a person suffering from COVID-19 in the last 14 days are asked to stay at home for their own protection and that of others. Guests with recognisable symptoms of a respiratory infection and those who are unwilling to engage with our precautions will unfortunately have to be asked to leave.
- We recommend using the federal government's Corona-Warn-App.