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Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Mollag Ghennal - A Fun Night Out During the Festive Season!
mighty Mollag Ghennal is back on the festive list of fun events with a magnificent
line-up of musicians to fortify everyone between the Christmas holidays and New
the usual format, it's a musical spectacular which attracts a full house, a
great atmosphere and the chance to enjoy some outstanding music from the Manx
the Masonic Hall on Woodbourne Road in Douglas, ticket-holders will be greeted
upon arrival by members of the St German Cathedral Handbell Ringers with their
Christmas music selection, before settling down for the main event.
be many familiar names but with some new material, including The Mollag Band
with samples from their new album and a debut performance of their latest song Betsy Lee; a tribute to the Manx poet T.
be joined by Annie Kissack (Musical Director of Manx Gaelic choir Caarjyn
Cooidjagh) with her new quintet and fellow local soloist Ruth Keggin (who also
has a new CD available) with some surprise guests.
power trad trio Barrule will also be heading back to the Island, hot foot from
a special concert in Belgium to commemorate World War I, singing their new song
See You Again, written especially for
the occasion. Their second album will be available in the New Year.
year's Mollag Ghennal will be on Sunday 28 December starting at 7.30pm prompt.
Tickets priced at £12 (including home-made supper) sell quickly and are
available from Shakti Man, Celtic Gold, Thompson Travel and Peter Norris Music.