Category Archives: Irish Music

The Murphys

 

Claremorris Town Hall Theatre Presents:

The Murphys

with special guest Hugo Duncan

Friday, 8th April 2022

Doors: 7.00pm | Show: 8.00pm | Bar Service

 

Join Co. Kerry award-winning, number 1 iTunes Family “The Murphys” live in concert this April at Claremorris Town Hall Theatre. Enjoy singing along to some of their best loved hits; “Dancing with the Fisherman”, “My Connemara Marble Ring”, “Streets of Promise”, “Nelena” plus many more. On the night The Murphys will be joined by singer and broadcaster Hugo Duncan.

This County Kerry Family have had several original hits in the last few years and can be heard regularly on MidWest Radio.  They are delighted to finally be bringing these hits and their band to the stage in Claremorris in 2022. Tickets are on sale now from the link below or by phoning the Box Office on 094 931 0999.

 

 

 

Celtic Brothers in Concert

 

Claremorris Town Hall Theatre Presents:

The Celtic Brothers

in Concert

Easter Saturday, 16th April 2022

Doors: 7.00pm | Show: 8.00pm

 

Singing siblings, The Celtic Brothers possess a distinctive, almost inseparable vocal harmony unique to members of the same family. Having recorded four albums as the six-piece Willoughbys Brothers, the now refined four-piece Celtic Brothers are about to embark on a nationwide concert tour in Spring 2022.

The Celtic Brothers’ passion for singing and performing, combined with a genuine closeness, stems from a childhood filled with music and singing, a love they carried with them throughout their formative years into adulthood, a gift given to them by musical parents who also had a touring band.

The international singing sensations have performed in Ireland, the UK and America. The brothers have developed a very casual banter and delivery during their live shows which are complemented with laughter especially when the oldest brother in the pack, Richie, recalls anecdotal stories of them growing up as children.  They also pay respect to their late mother Breda who died aged 38 when all six brothers were children having to rely solely on their father, made them grow closer.

The quartet comprises of Robbie, Des, Johnny and Richie whose sound includes a repertoire featuring a blend of Irish ballads, popular classics and contemporary songs that take their audience on an emotive musical journey. For more info please visit www.celticbrothers.ie

 

 

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