Irish uilleann pipers for funerals and weddings

Uilleann pipes are an ancient Irish instrument which provide a lasting memory to that final farewell at a funeral service or graveside.

It's also for those joyous occasions such as wedding receptions and company functions seeking a distinctly Irish flavour.

Perfect to play the bride and groom into the church and or the reception.

It's a specifically Irish instrument with it's unique and evocative celtic sound.

Our pipers travel nationwide, so distance is not a problem.

We promise to answer your enquiry quickly and efficiently.

Uilleann pipers FAQs.

How much will it cost me?

Use our enquiry form or our callback form.

We also supply Irish bagpipers.

Call us on 020 8111 1916.

Also call 07877 819255 outside of office hours for short notice bookings.

Click below to see and hear our main uilleann piper 'The Shanachie piper'.

 

 

Uilleann pipes or bagpipes?

I would just like to thank the piper so much for today, it was a beautiful addition to my grandfathers funeral and I honestly couldn't fault it in any way.Thank you again x Jade E.

The uilleann pipes are perceived as more of an 'Irish' instrument. The haunting celtic sounds are considered by many as profoundly Irish. The main differences between the uilleann Pipes and the bagpipes, apart from the sound, are that the uilleann pipes are played seated and the piper wears smart casual attire. The bagpiper is standing and more mobile. He also wears a kilt and uniform, which for some clients is a decisive factor in choice.

You can find lots of information on our bagpipers here.


questions?

Answers to all of the most frequently asked questions from past bookers regarding what an uilleann piper does, how he does it, etc, are found here.

contact options

We've got several contact options ranging from enquiry and callback forms, text, whatsapp and that good old fashioned telephone! details here.

weddings

The beautiful Celtic sound of the uilleann Pipes is a very popular addition to a wedding reception, particularly at the early part of the evening.