Dromore Cathedral brings you a little bit of Sunshine in Winter…
Van Morrison, Queen, Les Miserables, The Greatest Showman, Gospel Medleys and more; the Bring Me Sunshine Concert has it all! On Friday 22nd November at 7.30pm in the Cathedral Church Hall, Symphonics and Guests will be performing an evening of music in aid of the Children’s Heartbeat Trust.
The newly formed group Symphonics consists of Dromore Cathedral’s own Sophie Tate, alongside her friends, Erin McNally, Peter Copes, Sian McCullough and Ethan Kenny. The Symphonics will be accompanied by Dromore Cathedral’s very own Ruth Jess, whose expertise and advice has been so valuable to these five young people during the weeks of rehearsals. Symphonics will be joined by a few local faces, Donald and Brendan (The Usual Suspects) alongside new recording artist Ronnie Anderson, whose debut album will be available on the night. We also look forward to guest drummer and Bass Player Michael Sage joining us.
Also, there will be a special appearance from SOMA, led by Karen Bowden. The evening will include a selection of musical talents that you will not want to miss!
Tickets are £10 including refreshments. Tickets available from the Church Office.
All proceeds and donations will be donated to the Children’s Heartbeat Trust in support of Tom, Sarah, Alfie and Finlay who are part of the Dromore Cathedral family.
For more information find us on Facebook or contact Wendy Tate. Keep an eye out on social media to see the concert progress so far!
We would love to see you there, everyone welcome!