hindsight (noun) understanding of a situation or event only after it has happened or developed.

Just as everyone’s got their dream festival lineup, the ability to bottle those magic musical moments of joy and reckless abandon is high on every music lover’s wish list.Well, we’ve gone some way to making this come true for you and you can experience it all under one roof in the intimate surroundings of Dublin’s newest venue – Bloody Mary’s, 7 Sth. William Street, Dubin 2.

“Who’s this we?” you may ask.

If you were there we were probably there too, but it’s unlikely you even noticed us and you certainly wouldn’t have seen us us after the third song.We’re a group of photographers who, for the best part of a decade, have been documenting those moments by shooting gigs far and wide and have been separately published in national and international magazines, newspapers and an array of media outlets.

Now we’re looking back on the past decade and present our biggest exhibition to date – Hindsight 2020 which features both rare off-stage moments and live performances from International and local legends 
From Thursday February 20th (20/2/2020) this collection of photographs representing the work of Leah Carroll, Kieran Frost, Colm Kelly and James Murray will be on display in Dublin’s newest venue, Bloody Mary’s, 7 Sth. William Street, Dublin.

U2, Billie Eliish, Fatboy Slim, Janelle Monae, Grace Jones, The Darkness, New Order, The Strokes, Patti Smith, Fontaines DC, Shame, The Fall, Future Islands, A House, Tame Impala, Glen Hansard, Roisin Murphy, Burt Bacharach, Henry Rollins, Shane McGowan, The Specials, David Keenan, Gavin Friday, The The, Lankum, Mick Jones (The Clash), John Cale, Nick Cave, Gary Numan, Primal Scream, Public Image Limited (PiL), Spiritualized, The Undertones, The Go! Team, John Grant, John Cooper Clarke, Brian Eno, Green Day, Frightened Rabbit, Aldous Harding, Johnny Marr, A Lazarus Soul, Churches, Stereo MC’s, Idles, Mango & Mathman, The Good The Bad & The Queen, Juian Cope, A Certain Ratio, Microdisney, The Makeup, Warpaint, Morrissey, Ezra Furman, Paul Weller, The Murder Capital, Tom Odell, Franz Ferdinand, British Sea Power, Dream Wife, Ghostpoet, Gavin Friday, Gil Scott Heron, Talos,  
…now, that’s a dream line-up!

The exhibition opens on Thursday February 20th at 19.00 and we invite you to crack open those musical moments.

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