Quarantine and Barricades
Tuesday 16 March
The second of our History High Tales with curator and City of Sydney Historian Laila Ellmoos and an Irish flavour filled musical experience with The Shelaylees.
Please note: This is an outside courtyard, all weather event. Please bring appropriate clothing/umbrellas.
Doors open at 4.30pm with a welcome complimentary cocktail. Choose from our signature cocktails: Ngara Negroni (Ngara is Gadigal for the Rocks); Farrelly's Wharf (because there was one, down in the Rocks near Windmill St) or the Kent St Killer.
Between 5 – 6pm Playing foot-stomping Celtic jigs and reels, and jazz traditionals, The Shelaylees cover all of this and more. Multi-instrumentalist Clare O’Meara, fiddler, vocals, guitar and accordion joins fiddler/vocalist/guitarist George Washingmachine to bring their combined extensive live performance legacies as the energetic and highly entertaining duo The Shelaylees.
City of Sydney, Children outside house at 279 Kent Street Sydney, circa 1901 (01/01/1901 - 31/12/1901), [A-01000173]. City of Sydney Archives, accessed 01 Mar 2021,