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One Night In Dublin

The Ultimate Irish Music Tribute Show!

Let Middi and his legendary Irish tribute band "The Wild Murphys" take you to 'Murphy's Pub' for two hours of music, songs and craic.


With Flute, Fiddle, Banjo and Accordion this award winning group of musicians perform all your favourite Irish songs including Galway Girl, Tell me ma, The Irish rover, Dirty old town, Whiskey in the jar, The Wild Rover, Black velvet band and many many more. 

Back On Tour!

Receiving exceptional reviews for it's impressive staging, incredible musicians and great song choice including songs by the Pogues, the Saw Doctors, the Dubliners, the Fureys, Brendan Shine, Dublin City Ramblers, Dropkick Murphys and more.


This show is a must see for anyone who loves Irish music. It's like St. Patricks day every night!

Tuesday 10th October


Joseph Rowntree Theatre

Thursday 19th October


Kings Theatre

Friday 20th October


The Memo

Tuesday 31st October


Mercury Theatre

Friday 3rd November


Torch Theatre

Wednesday 8th November


The Playhouse

Tuesday 14th November


Redgrave Theatre

Wednesday 15th November


Grimsby Auditorium

Thursday 16th November


Assembly Rooms

Friday 17th November


Assembly Rooms

Wednesday 29th November


The Playhouse

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Middi Murphy

Singer / Guitar / Accordion

Middi grew up on a farm just outside of Darlington where he still resides with 150 cattle. Self proclaimed gobs**te, his first dip into the entertainment industry was at the age of 8 as a magician. In 1994 he started what became one of the top mobile disco companies in the north east and in 1999 he took on a contract that saw him playing 5 nights a week on the cruise boats in York. He moved onto bigger cruise ships after that as a cabaret singer but after 9 months at sea he returned to the UK and started singing solo Irish show band music.

Although popular, Middi didn’t enjoy the show band scene and wanted to do something with more edge. In 2005 he started the Wild Murphys with their first official gig at the Tyneside Irish centre. Middi enjoys life on the road and is constantly touring. This theatre show is the culmination of nearly 20 years of work and investment for Middi and a dream come true.

Favorite Band: Rolling Stones

Favorite Song: What's left of the flag - Flogging Molly

Favorite Decade: 90's

Favorite TV Show: How I met your mother

Favorite Drink: Pepsi Max

Most Memorable Venue: Blackpool Grand

Favorite Song in the Show: If I ever leave this world alive

First Car: Vauxhall Combo

Celebrity Crush: Sandra Bullock

What would you be if not a musician: A Virgin


Tony Davis

Piano / Keys

Tony is a fantastic pianist, fluent in many styles. Most notably he adopts a ‘Floyd Cramer’ and ‘Bruce Hornsby’ type sound for his performances in the Murphys show.


Tony has been a record producer since the mid ‘90s currently operating his own recording studio in his native Newcastle where he has produced albums with Beverly Knight, Tony Christie, Jimmy Nail, Brian Johnson, and many more big name Northern artists.


Tony has produced all of the Wild Murphys tracks and recordings. In the ‘90s Tony toured professionally with chart topping folk group ‘Prelude’.

Favorite Band: Beach Boys

Favorite Song: You've got a friend - James Taylor

Favorite Decade: 80's

Favorite TV Show: Vikings

Favorite Drink: Red wine

Most Memorable Venue: Rhyl Pavilion

Favorite Song in the Show: Galway Girl

First Car: Mark 1 Vauxhall Astra

Celebrity Crush: Anna De Armas

What would you be if not a musician: Drunk All Day


Sophy Ball


Sophy is a fiddle player who encompasses a huge variety of styles, performing and teaching tunes from America, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe and her native North East of England. 

An experienced workshop leader and teacher, she has been a co-director of the Folkworks’ Youth Summer School with Kathryn Tickell. She also performs in The Northlands with Alistair Anderson, the Andy May Trio and Bottle Bank Band with Stewart Hardy. She was a founder member of The Pack and 422, with whom she won the BBC Young Folk Award in 1999.

Favorite Band: Iron Maiden

Favorite Song: Teenage Dirtbag - Wheatus

Favorite Decade: 90's

Favorite TV Show: Stranger Things

Favorite Drink: Overpriced White Wine

Most Memorable Venue: Tivoli Theatre Aberdeen

Favorite Song in the Show: Wagon Wheel

First Car: VW Polo

Celebrity Crush: Angelina Jolie

What would you be if not a musician: Carpenter

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Sarah Boulter

Vocals / Flute

Originally from South Shields, Sarah is a singer and performer who loves nothing more than being on stage and entertaining.

Sarah has a background in theatre performing, for many years, in various shows across the country, but she feels truly at home when she is singing.

Over the years Sarah’s eclectic taste in music has seen her singing at a variety of venues in musicals, a swing trio, an 80’s party band and most recently an ABBA tribute. 

Sarah is thrilled to be part of this incredible band with such talented musicians, and is absolutely loving being on the road together. 

Favourite band - Coldplay
Favourite song - Amazing day (Coldplay)
Favourite decade - 80s
Favourite TV show - modern family 
Favourite drink - vimto
Most memorable venue - Oswaldtwistle so far because  it was my first one.
Favourite song in the show - I useta lover
First car - Ford KA
Celebrity crush - Chris Martin

What would you do if not a musician: A screenwriter


Paul Griffiths

Hailing from the small fishing port of Spennymoor in County Durham, Paul is a well know and much respected staple of the North East music scene, probably best remembered for his time in the award winning duo 'Hazard'.

Since those heady clubland days Paul has toured internationally playing both guitar and bass for a selection of chart topping bands and has also road managed  a number of UK and european tours.

Paul also devised and operated 'Middlefest'

a fantastic intimate North east festival staged over 3 days  each summer showcasing the very best in local artists. 

Favorite Band: Chic

Favorite Song: Now I'm here - Queen

Favorite Decade: 70's

Favorite TV Show:  Homeland

Favorite Drink: Jack Daniels

Most Memorable Venue: Glastonbury

Favorite Song in the Show:  Drunken Lullabies

First Car: Ford Escort

Celebrity Crush: Debbie Harry

What would you be if not a musician: A Florist


Trevor Brewis


From the heart of beautiful Northumberland Trevor is drummer with more pedigree than the Crufts semi-final! An experienced drummer who has spent the best part of his life touring and recording an eclectic mix of styles and working with a variety of musicians including: The Toy Dolls, Jimmy Nail, acclaimed Blues Guitarist Trevor Sewell to name but a few, not forgetting The Caffrey Brothers where he had the pleasure of working with Tony Davis for several years.


Favorite Band: Brotherhood of man

Favorite Song: Roar - Katy Perry

Favorite Decade: 80's

Favorite TV Show: Amazing Spaces

Favorite Drink: Franziskaner Weissbier

Most Memorable Venue: Blackpool Grand

Favorite Song in the Show: Drunken Lullabies

First Car: Hillman Imp

Celebrity Crush: Stacey Dooley

What would you be if not a musician: Bankrupt


Tim Howard
Banjo / Mandolin

Tim is from the town of Ossett in West Yorkshire. 
Being a professional musician for over 30 years, he is an accomplished self-taught vocalist and multi-instrumentalist with specialties in pedal steel guitar, banjo, Dobro, mandolin, electric guitar, and acoustic guitar.

Tim started his career on the UK Country Circuit  with several of the UK's top acts including Stu Page and The Muldoon Brothers. For 23 years he was frontman, guitarist, and lead vocalist for brit rock/Mod band, The Snapp.
Post covid he was a featured performer and principal vocalist/instrumentalist for "Seven drunken Nights" on their 2021/22 UK tours.

Favorite Band: Union Station

Favorite Song: Pony – Tom Waits

Favorite Decade: 90's

Favorite TV Show:  Fawlty Towers

Favorite Drink: Hoegaarden

Most Memorable Venue: Adelphi Theatre, London

Favorite Song in the Show:  Drunken Lullabies

First Car: Volkswagen Golf

Celebrity Crush: Bobbie Gentry
What would you be if not a musician: Bike Mechanic


Phil Dodsworth

Driver / Crew

Phil has been driving the One night in Dublin truck since the tour started in May 2019. He is now chief of crew, monitor engineer and guitar catcher.

"If in doubt, Flat out!"

Favorite Band: AC/DC

Favorite Song: Who Made Who 

Favorite Decade: 80's

Favorite TV Show: Only fools and horses

Favorite Drink: Vodka, Beer, Larger, Rum, Paint stripper..

Most Memorable Venue: St. Albans Arena

Favorite Song in the Show: I Usta Love Her

First Car: Vauxhall Chevette

Celebrity Crush: Sharon Stone

What would you be if not a musician: Landscaper


Paul Finlay

Sound Engineer

Paul has been running sound for the One night

in Dublin since late 2020. His first week on the road was interrupted by a rather annoying pandemic but we're back on the road now and Paul is a huge part of the ONID family.

"Make me a coffee or I'll make you sound terrible!" 

Favorite Band: Toto

Favorite Song: Caught in the balance

Favorite Decade: 80's

Favorite TV Show: Loose Women

Favorite Drink: John Smiths

Most Memorable Venue: Redditch Palace

Favorite Song in the Show: Drunken Lullabies

First Car: Fisher price baby buggy

Celebrity Crush: Nicola Sturgeon

What would you be if not a sound guy: Chimneysweep



Phil and Sue Armstrong


Rachel Veniard and Beth Nichols


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