Doireann Ní Ghlacáin is a Dubliner through and through, but she might not be typical of what you would associate with the capital.

“Brought up on the northside of Dublin, you can imagine what we were like going around the place; fiddles being played constantly in the house and speaking Irish to each other in the middle of Clontarf. It wasn’t exactly the regular thing you expect from that area,” she smiles.