Reeling in the Showband Years

Reeling in the Showband Years

Pavilion Theatre, Saturday 19th January 2019

10th Anniversary Tour! Celebrating a decade of sold out concerts, this show offers a nostalgic journey back in time to the magical Showband era. Featuring performances by Red Hurley, Linda Martin, Dave Lawlor, Keith and Lorraine McDonald, The Conquerors and Tommy and Jimmy Swarbrigg plus RTÉ's Ronan Collins on hosting duties.

Reeling in the Showband Years is guaranteed send you home with great memories of wonderful and never-to-be-repeated time in Irish popular music!


Date:
Saturday 19th January 2019
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€33
Address:
Pavilion Theatre, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland

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