Marina sings for Children in the Chapel of the Little Flower

Harpist and singer Marina Cassidy will launch the 2010 Festive Season as part of a full line up of performers in a special benefit evening for children to take place in the recently restored Drishane Castle Chapel, Millstreet on 8 pm Friday December 3rd next.

Called “ A Night at the Castle” – 2009 was the inaugural year of this Concert which was an outstanding success.
Well known Flautist Miriam O’ Sullivan and Accompanist Declan Walsh will complement Marina to make this a truly memorable evening of music and song, in the beautiful setting of the Chapel of the Little Flower.

Also performing on the evening are:

  • Millstreet Church Choir,
  • St Augustinian’s Church Polish Choir,
  • Ms. Louise Bourke Soprano,
  • Drishane Castle African Gospel Choir and many more.

It will be followed by a Mulled Wine Reception in the adjacent assembly hall, all of which is included in the ticket.

The Concert is organised as an event to benefit Children … among the beneficiaries will be:

  • Millstreet Presentation Primary School – purchase of specialist learning equipment.
  • Baby Jacob (born with Anophthalmos – i.e.without eyes) and
  • Killarney’s Claire Edwards’ project in Tanzania Africa, – at the request of Marina Cassidy one of main performers.

All performers are giving their services free of charge for the event.

Tickets €25.00 available from

Eagers Newsagent, 16 High Street, Killarney
Pewex Polish Shop New Street and Hegarty’s Roundabout, Killarney
O’Leary Family Butchers, The Square, Millstreet
Green Glens Arena Millstreet – Telephone Sales 029.70800

Enquiries to Green Glens Arena 029.70800

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