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Celebrate the Wild Atlantic Way through music, story and song

Wednesday, 17th May, 2017 1:00am

The Galway Percy French Society are hosting a concert in An Taibhdhearc on Saturday 20 May titled ‘From Malin to Mizen- A Journey in Music, Song and Story Along the Wild Atlantic Way.’

This concert will celebrate the magic of the Wild Atlantic Way, the 2500km of rugged coastline from Malin Head in the north to Mizen Head in the south.

The concert will navigate a journey in music, song and story along the Wild Atlantic Way from Donegal to Cork. The programme is narrated by Rev. Patrick Towers, former Rector of St. Nicholas Collegiate Church, Galway, with Maeve Cairney, Soprano, Martina King, Harpist, Christopher McDonald, Tenor, Deirdre Curley, Contralto, Íde Ni Fhaoláin, Violinist, Martin Dermody, Guitarist, and featuring Eddie Lenihan, Master Story Teller who will tell stories of myth, magic and mystery.

The concert will begin at 7.30pm and admission is €15.

For tickets call into An Taibhdhearc on Middle Street or phone 091-562024 or email

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