AUDIENCE members at Blackfriars Theatre and Arts Centre may be hoping to enjoy the luck of the Irish when they go to see Celtic Dream this weekend.
Described as a gift from the Emerald Isle, the show is billed as one of the most original and authentic shows in the world which embodies the true spirit of Ireland.
With a selection of the finest dancers, violinists, vocalists and musicians from around Ireland, it takes the audience on a journey through a world of powerful song and dance, set against a backdrop of music filled with Irish spirit.
The show features a varied cast, including the Dream Tenors, a trio of young male vocalists, who were recently invited to support Van Morrison at St James’ Palace in a show for Irish ministers and members of our own Royal Family.
Dream Tenors vocalist John Ward is well known in Ireland for penning Home, a song considered to be something of a gem for the country.
Along with this inspirational ditty, audience members can also enjoy the rousing notes of traditional songs including Danny Boy and Carrickfergus, as well as the modern classic In the Arms of the Angels.
Celtic Dream will be performed at the Spain Lane venue on Saturday, March 3, at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £20 and £18.
Contact Blackfriars on 01205 363108 for more information.