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Thursday 8 October 2015

Forum boasts an exciting line-up for coming week

Published 13/12/2006

The Millennium Forum has an exciting week of music starting with John McNicholl tonight.

Hailing from the small village of Foreglen, the talented singer makes a welcome return to the Forum following his hugely successful show last year.

John has already built a large fan base in Ireland, the UK and the USA and has won numerous awards for albums 'Someone Else's Star' and 'Something Old And Something New'.

The gig is sure to be a huge hit with local audiences once again and it will begin at 8pm with tickets priced at £10.50 and £12.50.

Tomorrow night (Thursday) brings the legendary Bagatelle.

At the forefront of the Irish music scene now for over 40years, Liam Riley and Bagatelle have sold over five million albums worldwide. Over the years they have shared a stage with musical icons such as Bob Marley, Van Morrison and Bob Dylan to name but a few.

They'll be playing all their hits including, 'Summer in Dublin', 'Is It Raining in Paris?', 'Second Violin' and 'Streets of New York'.

With support from one of Ireland's best loved singer-songwriters, Johnny McEvoy, this promises to be a great show. Starting at 8pm the tickets are priced at £10.00, £13.00 and £5.00.

Finally, on Saturday night, probably the best Queen tribute band in the world, Flash Harry, will be at the Forum. Tickets for this show, which begins at 8.30pm, cost £9.50, £12.50 and £14.50.

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