Bronagh Gallagher with support by Gerry Norman at the Arcadia, Portrush
Since releasing their third album 'Gather Your Greatness' in 2016, Bronagh and her band have toured extensively in Ireland, and also in the UK and Europe. Furthermore, Bronagh's acting career continues to blossom, not least with a starring role in 'Girl From The North Country' in 2018 - a new play written and directed by Conor McPherson with music and lyrics by Bob Dylan.
Bronagh and her band are currently in the studio working on her 4th Album of new material. At the age of 17 Bronagh was cast as Bernie McGloughlin in Alan Parker's The Commitments. Since then her music has alternated with film roles in Pulp Fiction, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, and Sherlock Holmes, plus theatre work in War Horse, The Street Of Crocodiles and TV dramas Pramface, The Street, and You Me And The Apocalypse.
Bronagh maintains a special place for singing, writing, producing and performing her music. Her first album was the Meteor-nominated "Precious Soul", followed by her second album "Bronagh Gallagher".
Better known as the front man and songwriter of Belfast based rock band A Plastic Rose, Gerry Norman has been working behind the scenes on his debut solo record. APR have released two critically acclaimed albums 'Camera.Shutter.Life' and 'Flickering Light Of An Inner War' through their Belfast independent label Third Bar. This solo adventure is a chance for Norman to show his mellower side swapping distorted guitars and screaming vocals for an acoustic guitar, piano and stripped back songs.
He has toured all over the U.K., Ireland and Europe multiple times including arena tours supporting Snow Patrol, Biffy Clyro and Twenty One Pilots.