Fil & Tom

Songs to make you sing and get you thinking


Beautifully contrasting vocals, a unique mix of guitar and inventive percussion, original and contemporary songs, engaging choruses and the Irish gift of chat and craic – little wonder the distinctive sound of Co Down based Fil Campbell and Tom McFarland has won fans around the world since they began performing as a duo in the early 90s. 

With eight studio CDs and several project recordings, their diverse range of songs – powerful, intimate and quirky – continues to captivate audiences wherever they play.



The Emigrant Woman's Tale

An Tain Arts Centre, Dundalk, Co. Louth

Fil with Hungarian poet Csilla Toldy present a story of crossing borders, told in poetry and song. Csilla escaped from communist Hungary - her story is juxtaposed with Fil's growing up on the Irish border during the conflict. When they met, many similarities emerged. This is their story.


The Emigrant Woman's Tale/Bananas

An Cuan, Shore Road, Rostrevor, Co. Down

To celebrate International Woman's Day and supported by Peace IV, this joint production of The Emigrant Woman's Tale and Bananas (a one woman play about homelessness also written by Csilla Toldy) will give lots of room for discussion chaired by Billy Graham in the beautiful surroundings of An Cuan in Rostrevor Admission Free