IRISH prog-folk legends Tir na nOg round off their autumn tour with a first visit to Knutsford’s Brook Street Club on Sunday, for an evening compered by BBC Radio 2 host and Mark Radcliffe.

Formed in Dublin in 1969 by Leo O’Kelly and Sonny Condell, the band lit up the scene in the early 1970s, before splitting up and then reforming in 1985.

Touring sporadically ever since with Celtic-based compositions featuring intricate acoustic guitar playing and close harmony singing, the band released their fourth studio album in 2015, 41 years since the third.

Innovative and creative, the band still plays to devoted audiences across the UK at festivals and on occasional tours.

The duo will be supported in Knutsford by Northwich-based Irish singer-songwriter Gus Glynn, going back to his acoustic roots.

Tickets for the show on Sunday, November 5 cost £12.50 and are available from – doors open at 7pm.