Fresh from one of his busiest ever Summer seasons that saw him travel throughout the UK and Ireland, Dominic Kirwan is back with a hectic touring schedule this Autumn and Winter.
The genial Irish entertainer with his own superb style, a style that has made him one of the most sought after acts for over two decades now, returns with his new show as part of the “Live and Personal tour“ throughout the country.
Fans and newcomers alike will find the Omagh man at his best as he appears at The Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe on Saturday, 3 November.
“We have had a great Summer, a great homecoming weekend in Omagh was followed by dates throughout the country our Summer tour was brilliant and we met so many great people, there’s a lot in the pipeline but we are really looking forward to this Autumn Winter tour first,” enthused Dominic.
The premier Irish entertainer has a new look exciting show that’s perfect for Autumn evenings. Kirwan had a superb 2011 with the “Through the Years” tour attracting great audiences throughout Ireland and the UK. This years “Live and Personal tour” comes on the back of Dominic’s latest release and with a new release set to corner the Christmas market
“Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good” received rave reviews and plenty of airplay. Featuring 18 inspirational songs including You Raise Me Up, Bridge Over Troubled Water, How Great Thou Art, You’ll Never Walk Alone, The Wind Beneath My Wings, Lord I Hope This Day Is Good, You’ve Got A Friend and I Believe.
The Christmas release will give fans of the Omagh singer something extra this festive season, there has always been a demand for a Dominic Christmas release. It is now on the cards and fans are in for a real threat.
Concert goers through this “Live and Personal tour” will be guaranteed to have a superb night with a mix of the new album material and some of Dominic’s firm favourites since he went on the road as a professional entertainer over 22 years ago.
Dominic Kirwan’s stage presence lights up the room, ignites and engages the audience and holds them in the palm of his hands, a vibrant mix of classic country, a hint of rock and roll, a sprinkling of a ballad, a touch of a standard with just a spot of an inspirational classic and you have the Dominic Kirwan show. Impossible to pigeonhole since he broke on to the circuit as a professional singer, Dominic from Omagh in County Tyrone, has been entertaining professionally since 1989.
Tickets cost £17 for adults with concessions £15.
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