St Peter’s take to the stage again

Drogheda Independent - - NEWS -

AF­TER an ac­tion-packed first half of 2017, which saw it record in the world-fa­mous Wind­mill Lane record­ing stu­dio and per­form three sell-out con­certs, in­clud­ing the tri­umphant show with in­ter­na­tional so­prano Celine Byrne, St. Peter’s Male Voice Choir and Mu­si­cal Di­rec­tor Ed­ward Holly (right) are set to re­turn to the stage this com­ing Fri­day at 8 p.m. in the Bar­bican Cen­tre, Drogheda.

Un­veil­ing their new show “Song­book,” the choir will per­form many great hits, in­clud­ing Elvis’s “An Amer­i­can Tril­ogy” and El­bow’s “One Day Like This,” to name but a few. Fans of the choir can also ex­pect stand-out solo per­for­mances, and well-known singer Claire Re­gan will also make a guest ap­pear­ance, all ac­com­pa­nied by an out­stand­ing live band, in­clud­ing River­dance Mu­si­cal Di­rec­tor Guy Rickarby and Van Mor­ri­son’s pi­anist Brian Con­nor.

“We are re­ally look­ing for­ward to this show. As fans of the choir will know, we are close to com­plet­ing our third CD but there is no per­for­mance like a live per­for­mance and there will be some great choral sound in the Bar­bican this com­ing Fri­day,’ PRO An­thony Moore said. Tick­ets for this mu­si­cal ex­trav­a­ganza are €15 (no book­ing fee) from The Bar­bican, (041) 980 7416 and the West­court Ho­tel, (041) 983 0965. Credit Card book­ings, phone (041) 982 9124 or on­line book­ing is avail­able at www.tick­

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