On Wednesday, November 17th, Saint Sister (& support) will perform in Garter Lane Arts Centre at 7pm to promote their latest release, Where Should I End, released in June of this year.  
Tickets are €17.50 (€12.50 for students, seniors and unwaged). Bookings available from the Garter Box Office or online at www.garterlane.ie  - booking link

Entry requirements for this concert will follow government guidelines at the time of the event. 
A contemporary fusion band from Northern Ireland, Saint Sister combine classical pop and folk music to create what is known as their unique sound. As lovers for such tunes, Gemma Doherty and Morgana McIntyre have established amazing sounds that have been shared in their newest album ‘where should I end.’ Come and experience the unique aura of this music sensation, also known to be crowned best Irish act by The Irish times in 2016. 
This performance was not originally planned on the duo’s Irish tour and therefore will be a wonderful opportunity to see them play in an intimate setting. Saint Sister are currently at the peak of their performing career – Where Should I End is undoubtedly a piece of musical artwork. Their lyrics are playful with a subtle hint of humour and their instrumentation creates a beautiful blend between folk music and the more modern electronic, synth sounds we hear on the radio today.  Morgana McIntyre’s song writing skills allow the listener to take a step closer to the meaning of their music and Gemma Doherty’s sharp ear for production makes this an even more enjoyable record to listen to. This record was recorded and produced by the duo, making it their own from every perspective. The band are certainly one of the most sought after in the country!  
This event will be hosted by the fourth year Marketing and second year Arts Management students of Waterford Institute of Technology as part of their semester assignments. This will benefit the students in learning about the organisation and promotion of gigs. 
Media Enquiries – Mark Graham (Event Manager) – mgraham@wit.ie – 087 2958785
Contact – Anniemarie Lasaki – 20085106@mail.wit.ie