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Showband legends roll back the years!

Wednesday, 2nd January, 2019 4:55pm

Grab your dancing shoes and get ready for a night with a difference!

Following sell-out shows at Cork Opera House in 2017 and 2018, the legends of the Cork showband era take to the stage at the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs for Women’s Little Christmas on Sunday 6 January 2019.

Following last year’s success at the Clayton Silver Springs, which also sold out, legends of the era will be ‘Rolling Back the Years’ again this January.

As well as thinking of the late Pat Lynch of the Airchords, who died earlier this year, ‘Rolling Back the Years’ will feature stars including Dixie Joe Mac and Art Supple of the Victors, the latter of which will be performing on the night with his seven piece band.

Sandy Kelly, new recruit Shaun O’Dowd, Terry McCarthy (formerly of The Dixies), Declan Ryan (formerly of The Regal) and Johnny Carroll (The Man with the Golden Trumpet) will also feature in the Women’s Little Christmas line-up along with special guests Paddy Cole, formerly of the Capitol, and Ronnie Costley singing the songs of Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra.

Tickets are €55 and include a four-course meal and music throughout the dinner. Doors open at 7pm, with the meal at 8pm and show at 10.15pm.

For tickets contact Sean O’Sullivan on 086-8609924, the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs on 021-4507533 or Pro Musica on Oliver Plunkett Street on 021-4271659.

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