• News

West End's Killian Donnelly joins host of local talent at Solstice

Wednesday, 14th October, 2009 4:49pm

Story by John Donohoe
Jump to comments

Solstice Arts Centre in Navan is hosting an evening of major entertainment on Sunday evening next, 18th October, with the spotlight shining strongly on local talent. Audiences can look forward to a variety of traditional Irish music, choral arrangements, snippets from West End and Broadway musicals and a range of chart-topping hits in a genuine musical extravaganza.

Performers include Athboy School Choir, dancer Adam Lynch and troupe, the Meath Harp Ensemble, the O'Shea School of Irish Dancing, Boardsmill Gospel Choir, rock group Chase, Tahila Gospel Choir, singer Tony Finnegan, St Mary's Musical Society and jazz fiddlers among others.

Audiences will also be treated to a rare performance from Killian Donnelly from Kilmessan, who will make a special appearance while on a brief visit home from performing in 'Les Miserables' in London's West End. Donnelly is set to thrill audiences with his performance of 'Stars' and 'Bring him Home' on the night, both songs from the 'Les Mis' spectacular.

International award-winning singer Jenny McCabe will also make a special appearance. She last took to the stage at Solstice dueting with Rebecca Storm and Peter Corry in the St Mary's Musical Society's concerts 'Moonlight and Music'. The talented singer recently performed a duet with Andrea Bocelli on RTE's 'Late Late Show' earlier this year.

Tickets are €16/€14 concession rate and are on sale now from Solstice Arts Centre box office on (046) 909 2300 or online at www.solsticeartscentre.ie

Keep up-to-date with the latest news from around the county with a Meath Chronicle epaper subscription from €2.20*

Group Publications

Your Forum
    Cookies on Meath Chronicle website
    We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. We also use cookies to ensure we show you advertising that is relevant to you. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on the Meath Chronicle website. However, if you would like to, you can change your cookie settings at any time by amending your browser settings.
    How does Meath Chronicle use cookies?
    Cookies enable us to identify your device, or you when you have logged in. We use cookies that are strictly necessary to enable you to move around the site or to provide certain basic features. We use cookies to enhance the functionality of the website by storing your preferences, for example. We also use cookies to help us to improve the performance of our website to provide you with a better user experience.
    We don't sell the information collected by cookies, nor do we disclose the information to third parties, except where required by law (for example to government bodies and law enforcement agencies).
    Hide Message