Headway Newry makes a Song and Dance with exciting Variety Concert

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Monday, February 23rd, 2015
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Headway Newry, a local charity supporting brain injury survivors and their carers are proud to announce a super event coming up in Killeavy on 7th March. Headway Variety Concert will be a night you will not want to miss and the organisers have guaranteed there will be something to suit everyone’s taste in entertainment and the line up is spectacular. Headlining the night is local girl, Dervla Magennis from Killeavy who was very successful on The Voice of Ireland. Dervla’s repertoire is extensive and there will be something to suit everyone. The McCaul Sound Band and the Burlesque Belles will accompany Dervla on stage. Hannah Downey, Board member and carer in Headway spoke to Newry Times about the upcoming event. “I’m delighted that Dervla and her family who are great supporters of our charity offered to fundraise for us. “They have incorporated the help of others for the night such as the one and only Patsy O’Hagan, comedian and Bard of Armagh who will add a bit of laughter to the evening. Another local, Tom O’Rourke with his famous Joe Dolan Tribute will star on the night. “We are delighted to have an up and coming young musician form Lurgan, Caolan McNeill who is the son of one of our survivors and Caolan will delight the audience with his music. “Also included in the line up will be local Irish Dancing Troupe from the Rooney O’Malley School of Dancing and we are intrigued by another act – The Killeavy Kicks!” laughs Hannah. “Huge secrecy surrounds this last group, we are wondering who they are but we will have to wait until 7th March for all to be revealed in Killeavy Club. The MC for the evening is Cairn Magill and it all kicks off at 8pm.” Tickets for the event are £10 each and can be purchased from Headway Newry’s office on 4 Kildare Street, Newry, SuperValu, Hill Street and Mulkerns Eurospar on the Forkhill Road, Cloughoge.
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