Two exciting events planned for Cleen Hall this April

Cleen Hall in Knockvicar will host two exciting events this April.

On Friday April 22nd Donal O’Connor, a singer/songwriter from Boyle will perform in concert in his contemporary folk style at 8pm.

Donal is well known for his gentle, melodious singing, he has a repertoire of wonderful songs, many of them his own compositions. Those lucky enough to get tickets will be guaranteed a very enjoyable evening.

Admission is by ticket only and numbers are limited, with tickets available at the outlets mentioned on the poster including Surprises Giftware in Boyle. Proceeds are in aid of the Community Centre, Mayo Roscommon Hospice, and Spinal injuries Ireland.

Then on Saturday April 23rd, Crossna Community Co-operative will present a unique event, a “Miscellany of Melodies and Memories”, spoken word pieces written by local authors, with musical interludes.

The authors/speakers are Gerry Boland, Liam Bruen, Sr Nora Burke, Kathleen Farry, Maud Harte, Eimear Hunt and Seamus Mattimoe. Music will be provided by Brenda Sweeney, Liam Purcell, Tom Martin, Áine Duignan and friends. Ilse Lubbers and Catherine Bolger, each leading their separate singing groups, will also perform. This pool of exceptional local talent will give us all an evening to remember.

This Miscellany concert will be staged twice, at 5pm and repeated at 8pm.

The proceeds from the concerts will be shared between the Community Centre, Mayo Roscommon Hospice and Spinal Injuries Ireland.

Admission by ticket only, which cost €15 and are available from the outlets mentioned on the poster including Surprises Giftware in Boyle.

Crossna Community Co-operative Society LTD is supported by the Roscommon County Council Creative Ireland Programme, an all-of-Government five-year initiative, from 2017 to 2022, which places creativity at the centre of public policy. Further information from and

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