Con­cert is a bit hit for day care ser­vice

Wicklow People (West Edition) - - NEWS -

BLESS­ING­TON and Balt­in­glass Day Care were the big win­ners after a spe­cial ben­e­fit va­ri­ety con­cert in their hon­our was held in the Tramway Theatre

The per­form­ers tak­ing to the stage were Amy Bar­nett, Bal­ly­more Eus­tace Pre­lude En­sem­ble, Alexan­dra Dou­glas and The Young Wil­loughby Broth­ers and Fam­ily.

Amy Bar­nett wowed the large au­di­ence with her won­der­ful singing voice, ac­com­pa­nied by her trusty gui­tar.

The Young Wil­lough­bys – Adam, Jack and Adam – proved to be sea­soned per­form­ers well be­yond their years. Their par­ents, Richie and wed­ding-singer Lor­raine, also lent a help­ing hand.

The dul­cet tones of Alexan­dra Dou­glas were ac­com­pa­nied by pi­anist Michele Maria Ben­venuto.

The award-win­ning Bal­ly­more Eus­tace Pre­lude En­sem­ble are reg­u­lar per­form­ers in west Wick­low, whose mem­ber­ship in­cludes tal­ents of all ages.

The Tramway Theatre will also host the Ble­sis­ng­ton Mu­si­cal and Dra­matic so­ci­ety annual panto tak­ing place Jau­nary. Dates will be con­firmed soon.

Alexan­dra Dou­glas and Michele Maria Ben­venuto with mem­bers of Bless­ing­ton Youth Theatre.

Mem­bers of the Bal­ly­more Eus­tace Pre­lude En­sem­ble tak­ing part in the con­cert.

Richie, Lor­raine, Alex, Jack and Adam Wil­loughby.

Amy Bar­rett.

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