Pub Night with No Great Mischief
940 Bonisteel Rd Trenton ON
Grand Opening Night at the Tipsy Vicar Pub in the Old Church Theatre!
We’re open 5-10 PM with authentic Irish Pub music by No Great Mischief between 6-9PM. We’ll be featuring Steak and Veggie pies by Chef David Correa.
No Great Mischief is a Kingston-based Celtic trio featuring Meghan Balogh on fiddle, Erik Coleman on bouzouki and guitar, and Ian Leslie on uilleann pipes and whistles.
The music of No Great Mischief belies their enthusiasm for the tunes of Ireland and other Celtic traditions, and their unabashed enjoyment of each other’s musical company.
Meghan Balogh spent years studying classical piano and violin before becoming addicted to Irish fiddle music. Now, nearly two decades after attending her first Irish session, she regularly plays at local sessions and for Irish ceili dances, as well as shows with various groups including No Great Mischief, The Gertrudes, Seventh Town, and the Seventh Town Ceili Band.
Erik Coleman is a multi-instrumentalist with 25 years of musical experience. He plays guitar, bouzouki, piano and bass and has performed as a member of various folk and Celtic bands such as Night Sun, Dog Tooth Violet, Lagavulin and Boru’s Harp at events across Canada, including the Winnepeg Folk Festival and Folk on the Rocks in Yellowknife.
Ian Leslie started out on the highland bagpipes, and has been studying uillean (Irish) pipes for more than 20 years. He has been a fixture on the Irish music scene in the Kingston area for 15 years, playing in sessions at various pubs in Ontario, for traditional Irish ceili dances with the Seventh Town Ceili Band, and at events such as the Homegrown Music Festival in Kingston with The Sessioneers. He’s featured on the albums of regional folk musicians such as Brian Flynn and The Wakami Wailers.