Enjoy a night in the singular company Phil Coulter, Ireland’s Ambassador of Music, in Ballymaloe Grainstore, Shanagarry, County Cork, on Sunday 24 February at 8pm.
Phil is celebrating 45 years in music, a career that has placed him squarely in that Pantheon of Ireland’s all time biggest-selling recording artists, where he rubs shoulders with Bono and the boy.s Over his stellar career, Phil has contributed multiple titles to the list of Great Irish Songs including the anthems ‘The Town I Loved So Well’ and ‘Ireland’s Call’ and the haunting ‘Scorn Not His Simplicity’ and ‘Steal Away’.
Join Phil Coulter and his special guest Geraldine Brannigan for an evening of song to celebrate his 45 years in music.
His performance in Ballymaloe Grainstore is part of a spring season of performances taking place right through to 12 May. Upcoming shows in the 300-seat venue located twenty miles east of Cork City include Silent, the acclaimed one-man show by Cobh native Pat Kinevane (Thu 7 March) and Gay Byrne – Live on Stage (Thu 14 March). In his first solo stage show, Gaybo shares the extraordinary moments he has witnessed or been at the centre of during his fifty-year career.
Tickets for Phil Coulter on Sunday 24 February are €25 and can be booked on www.ballymaloegrainstore.com or by phone on 021-4651555 (subject to booking fee). Packages for pre-show dinner and accommodation in Ballymaloe House are available for all performances – bookings by phone only.
Spring shows in Ballymaloe Grainstore are presented by Patrick Talbot Productions.
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Ballymaloe Grainstore – Spring Season 2013
· SILENT – Thu 7 March
· GAY BYRNE, LIVE ON STAGE – Thu 14 March
· I HEAR YOU CALLING ME: THE STORY OF COUNT JOHN McCORMACK – Sun 17 March
· SHARON SHANNON – Sunday 31 March
· THE FUREYS – Sun 7 April
· BRENDAN SHINE – Sun 14 April
· BLAZE AWAY! THE INCREDIBLE STORY OF JOSEF LOCKE – Sun 21 April
· AN EVENING WITH CARA O’SULLIVAN – Sun 12 May