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Joyful time as Goss gets back to Black


Frances Black

Frances Black

Frances Black

After the success of their Grand Opera House shows in Belfast, Frances Black and Kieran Goss have extended their Reunion Tour into 2017.

In the 20 years since they last toured together, both have enjoyed huge success but it was their inspired pairing in the early Nineties that first caught the imagination. They are also appearing at Enniskillen's Ardhowen Theatre (Thur, Feb 23) and Cookstown's Burnavon Theatre (Fri, Feb 24).

For details tel: 028 2563 5077 or visit thebraid.com

Ben McKelvey

Mandela Hall, Belfast


Supporting Mike & The Mechanics, McKelvey has been likened to Bruce Springsteen and Paul Weller, while his passionate performance and storytelling has captivated audiences across the UK and beyond. His critically acclaimed studio album, Life And Love In England, also reached the top ten in the iTunes singer/songwriter charts last year.

For door times visit mandelahall.com.

The Whistlin' Donkeys

Burnavon Theatre, Cookstown

Tonight, 8pm

Hailing from Co Tyrone, this Irish traditional folk/rock band has headlined the Saint Patrick's Day celebrations in Times Square and supported such acts as The Beach Boys and this concert will feature selections from the band's top selling album, Sung Like A Donkey, and new album, An Irish Song Book, in addition to a mix of old favourites.

For details visit burnavon.com

Belfast Telegraph