Glen Campbell Story to enthral music fans at Roscommon Arts Centre

Country music personality, Ciaran Rosney, will play the role of Glen Campbell at Roscommon Arts Centre on Thursday, October 3

Country music personality, Ciaran Rosney, will play the role of Glen Campbell at Roscommon Arts Centre on Thursday, October 3

Next week, music fans will be winging their way to Roscommon Arts Centre for what promises to be a night of pure musical entertainment.

‘Gentle on my Mind’ - The Glen Campbell Story, stars well-known country music personality Ciarán Rosney and his five five piece band which includes Billy Burgoyne (ex-Daniel o Donnell ) and fiddle player extraordinaire Denise Boyle.

The show will take you on an amazing musical journey as some of Glen’s best known hits, including ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’ and ‘Wichita Lineman’ are performed by Ciaran, who’s unrivalled interpretation of Glen’s guitar playing abilities adds to the experience.

Tickets for the show on Thursday, October 3, are selling fast at Roscommon Arts Centre’s box office on 0906 625824 and online at: roscommonartscentre.ie If you’re a music fan, you won’t want to miss out on this one!

Fair City’s famous couple take to Roscommon Arts Centre stage

Soap stars Bryan Murray and Una Crawford O’Brien who play Bob Charles and Renee Phelan in RTE’s Fair City are en route to Roscommon. The couple will star in the multi-awarding hit play Halycon Days which will perform for one night only in the Roscommon Arts Centre, Friday, October 4.

The hilarious and poignant production is set in a nursing home and dramatises the emerging friendship between Patricia played by Úna Crawford O’Brien and Sean played by Bryan Murray. As the pair negotiate their failing health, a combative and charming friendship begins to blossom. Filled with unexpected surprises, the show explores the importance of companionship in life as we grow older.

The play was written by Deirdre Kinahan one of Ireland’s most celebrated playwrights who has written nearly 30 plays over the last two decades. Kinahan believes audience members can expect a night that’s both hilarious and inspiring.

Halycon Days is directed by Joe Devlin of Directions Out Theatre and the show at the Roscommon Arts Centre is part of a nationwide tour of theatres venues across Ireland.

Halcyon Days will take place on October 4 at the Roscommon Arts Centre, tickets are priced at €16-18 and can be purchased on the theatre’s website www.roscommonartscentre.ie To view the nationwide tour dates visit http://www.halcyondaystour.com/.

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