Culture Night at St George’s Heritage Centre, Friday 20th September 2019, 7.30pm – 9:30pm


The Mulligan Sisters are from Aughnacliffe, Co. Longford. The sisters have been singing together since the age of four. Mary is a Mezzo Soprano and plays the Irish tin-whistle while Aideen is a Soprano and plays the Irish harp. Together they have the blend of harmonies that can only be achieved by two sisters. The Irish flavour through their music gives a haunting and ethereal quality that is true to their roots. Their music is an exciting blend of Irish-Classical crossover. They sing songs ranging from powerful Operatic arias, to Musical Theatre right through to traditional songs of Ireland.

Their repertoire is extensive, including, for example, `O mio Babbino Caro`, `Time to Say Goodbye`, `You`ll Never Walk Alone`,`Pie Jesu’, `Barcarolle`, `The Flower Duet` ,’Isle of Hope’, ‘ Raglan Road’, ‘Hard Times’ and many more.

An evening with The Mulligan Sisters gives you the chance to experience a wonderful mix of well-known music and song equal to that of a night at the opera, a night on Broadway, or a Celtic night at the proms.

Light refreshment will be server on the night.
Time: 7.30pm – 9:30pm

Features: Family friendly / Wheelchair accessible

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