From the Sydney Opera House to Limavady’s Roe Valley Arts and Cultural centre, fans of Mary Coughlan have the opportunity to experience an intimate gig at the auditorium on Saturday, 9 June at 8pm.
Organised by the Arts service in partnership with the Limavady Jazz and Blues Festival 2012, Mary will be performing all-time classics such as I Can’t Make You Love Me, Ancient Rain and Invisible to You.
“This is a unique opportunity to witness this incredible artist in the quality, intimate auditorium of the Roe Valley Arts Centre…in Limavady,” said a spokesperson.
Tickets cost £15 full / £13 concession and are available from the Centre’s Box Office on Tel: 028 7776 0650, but hurry as they’re selling fast!
The Centre is also hosting other key festival events including a screening of legendary film director Martin Scorsese’s cinematic tribute to the equally legendary he Rolling Stones. Shine a Light is screened on Tuesday, 5 June at 7.30pm.
Real Deal perform on Thursday, 7 June at 8pm, Tickets £8. On Friday, 8 June at 8pm, the fantastically talented musician and songwriter Clive Barnes, who has performed internationally with artists such as Jeff Beck, Alison Krauss and David Crosby to name a few, is complimented by the emerging talent of David Browne Murray. Tickets are £10.
For more information, visit www.roevalleyarts.com and for full listings of the festival, visit www.limavadyjazzandblues.com