Each month we take you from the shores of the Swan to the land of the Shamrock for some very special Irish music Sunday sessions.
Expect a rollicking mixture of Irish drinking songs, ballads and traditional tune sets as well as fun Irish takes on pop and folk tunes from around the world.
Match this with some hearty Irish fare from our very own Chef John bringing some of his favourite tastes of Ireland to our rooftop bar for these special Sunday sessions.
IRISH MENU | SUNDAY SESSION SPECIALS
Savour our take on some traditional Irish fare from our very own Chef John, bringing some of his favourite tastes of Ireland to our rooftop bar for these special Sunday sessions.
Our Irish trad day menu is available all day from 11am for each Broken Pokers Irish Music Session.
Match this with your favourite Irish tipple;
–> $10 Guiness
–> $12.50 Magners Irish Cider
IRISH MUSIC SESSIONS
See Broken Pokers LIVE on
Sunday January 5th 2020
Sunday February 2nd 2020
Sunday March 8th 2020
Sunday April 19 2020
Sunday May 3rd 2020
Sunday June 7th 2020
MEET THE BROKEN POKERS
Started in 2011 in the west of Ireland by founding member, Derrick Buckley, The Broken Pokers has gone through many changes since its first incarnation, settling into the current 2 piece line-up of Derrick & Ben since November 2019. We are now based in Perth, Western Australia and, along with a jam-packed schedule of local gigs in the Perth Irish scene (approx 250 per year), we enjoy touring in W.A. and interstate and the odd overseas tour, when the opportunity arises.
The Broken Pokers are a one-way ticket to Partytown… We play a rollicking mixture of Irish drinking songs, ballads and traditional tune sets as well as fun Irish takes on pop and folk tunes from around the world… and of course we tip the cap to some of Australia’s best known artists such as Slim Dusty, John Williamson and Paul Kelly. Derrick switches between guitar and Irish bouzouki and adds some stomp action while Ben fires up either banjo, mandolin or tin whistle. Throw in a healthy dose of harmony and the whole 3 hour show smacks you in the face like a strange but pleasant soup du jour of trad.