Family fun in the trees at Roscommon Arts Centre

Roscommon Arts Centre’s Lollipops Children’s Festival returns this October 10 with a fabulous family show called TREEHOUSE.

Join The Whistleberries in the treetops where a toe-tapping, tale-telling, hip-shaking hooley awaits!

TREEHOUSE by Ceol Connected, is full of unique big band music and puppetry performances for young audiences that is sure to have everyone singing along. With mesmerising original music and songs by some of Ireland’s finest musicians and performers, you can look forward to a wonderfully interactive show that will have audiences of all ages hooked.

Ceol Connected are no strangers to the arts centre stage having performed there a number of times with shows such as RETURN OF SPRING, THE QUIET TREE and they were the talented people behind the TRADOODLE FESTIVAL at the centre in 2018 and 2019.

In TREEHOUSE, Musical Director Thomas Johnston (whistles and song ) is joined by a stellar lineup of Stephen Markham (piano ), Áine McGeeney (fiddle and vocals ), Seán O'Meara (guitar ), Colm Phelan (percussion ), and Tommy Baker (puppeteer ).

TREEHOUSE is suitable for children ages 3-7 and their adults.

Tickets, priced €8 each/family of four €28, are on sale now from the box office on 0906625824/roscommonartscentre.ie.

 

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