On Saturday the 28th of November, Swinford Cultural Centre is delighted to play host to the one and only Declan O’Rourke.
He is currently touring his brand new studio album, Gold Bars in the Sun, across America and Europe. His fourth album since he burst on the scene 10 years ago with ‘Since Kyabram’, Declan is a world renowned songwriter, a gifted instrumentalist and a consummate performer.
Paul Weller described his debut single Galileo as “…possibly the greatest song written in the last 30 years.”
After returning from a mini tour of the Western States of the United States, Swinford Cultural Centre is the first stop on his Irish tour and this is a unique opportunity to catch this world class talent in this wonderful venue.
Tickets cost €20 and are available online at swinfordgaa.ie and in the real world at O’Connell’s pharmacy and the Gateway hotel.
This concert is proudly sponsored by O’Connell’s pharmacy and all profits will go to the Swinford Memorial Garden.
For 2015, Siamsa Seipeil continues the tradition of bringing World Class talent to Swinford to start our August Bank Holiday weekend. The star performer for 2015 is one of Ireland’s finest artistes of all time, Phil Coulter. Composer, producer and performer, Phil is the best-selling Irish artist of his generation.
He has written at least four titles that can be added to the list of Great Irish Songs – the anthems ‘The Town I Loved So Well’ and ‘Ireland’s Call’ and the haunting ‘Scorn Not His Simplicity’ and ‘Steal Away’. Winner of Eurovisions, Ivor Novellos, Meteor Awards, he is a supremely talented songwriter and performer of the highest class. Phil will be joined by special guests on the night which will be announced at a later date.
This is a unique opportunity to enjoy an unforgettable evening of music & song in the wonderful venue that is Swinford Church.
You can buy tickets from our online store or from O’Connells pharmacy, the Gateway Hotel & Melletts Newsagents. Or Call Mick at 0876837564.
Tickets are expected to sell quickly, so buy now to avoid disappointment.