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Honor Heffernan

Honor Heffernan is an internationally acclaimed jazz/blues singer who has been performing as both a singer and actress for over 30 years. She has released three solo albums- ‘Chasing the Moon’, ‘Fire and Ice’ and ‘The Other Side’. A new album with guitarist Hugh Buckley “Two heads are better than one”, was releasedearlier this year.

She has toured in India with her jazz quartet, has lived and performed in Canada and has appeared with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Choral Society in the Royal Albert Hall in a celebration of Beatles music. Other notable performances include  the BBC Big Band (UK) and RTE Concert Orchestra(Ireland) and the Sandvika Big Band in Norway.

As a film actress she has appeared in Neil Jordan's ‘Angel’, Roddy Doyle's ‘Family’.  And Lennie Abrahmson’s ‘Prosperity’. She starred in Ireland’s 2 favourite soap operas  ‘Fair City’, and , ‘Glenroe’. 

Trevor Knight is a composer/ performer/ director composing music for more than 80 theatrical productions including the award winning “Catalpa” with Donal O’Kelly. He has collaborated many times with visual artist Alice Maher (Cassandra’s Necklace @IMMA, The Music of Things,  London and New York) and with Japanese butoh performers Gyohei Zaitsu and Maki Watanabe (The Devil’s Spine Band, Visitant and Slat) and worked as an actor recently in Beckett’s “Rough for Theatre 1”(Dublin Fringe 2013, Tokyo Japan 2014 and The London Barbican 2015 )

His band Auto da Fé with singer Gay Woods released 3 albums in the 1980’s. He has toured and recorded with artists such as Philip Lynott, Donovan, Camille  O’Sullivan, Roger Doyle, Luka Bloom and Paul Brady.


REVIEWS of “ The Whistling Girl”

 “Parker’s misanthropic verse is phrased in deliciously acidic terms and in disarming musical settings…”

“It’s easy to picture Mrs Parker viewing this show with both a hiked eyebrow and a wry smile”

**** Irish Times

“…clever....imaginative….inventive…. echoes of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weil,  flourishes of The Doors, a touch of Kraftwerk here, and Leonard Cohen there”.

(Jackie Hayden of Hot Press)

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