Dave Lawlor

CANCELLED: Dave Lawlor

Linden Productions and The Village Arts Centre regret to announce that Friday night’s show in Kilworth – ‘A Salute to the Crooners’ – has had to be cancelled at short notice.

We apologise for any inconvenience or disappointment caused.

A new date is being sought but it is expected to be in late Autumn. Watch this space for further details.

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There has been quite a bit of interest in a stunning new show announced last week for The Village Arts Centre. 

‘A Salute to the Crooners’ which will bring one of Ireland’s greatest singers Dave Lawlor to the Kilworth stage, will take place on Friday, April 26.

In ‘A Salute to the Crooners’, Dave Lawlor pays tribute to the songs of some of America’s greatest singers such as Frank Sinatra, Andy Williams, Matt Monro, Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole, Elvis Presley, Engelbert Humperdinck, Perry Como and Dean Martin.

Dave Lawlor, star of the highly acclaimed ‘Reeling in the Showband Years’ was chosen by Linden Productions to front this visually stunning show. Only an entertainer of Lawlor’s exceptional calibre could pay homage – accurately, respectfully, and with the appropriate humility – to so many musical icons in one show.

CANCELLED | April 26 | Dave Lawlor

Linden Productions and The Village Arts Centre regret to announce that Friday night’s show in Kilworth – ‘A Salute to the Crooners’ – has had to be cancelled at short notice.

We apologise for any inconvenience or disappointment caused.

A new date is being sought but it is expected to be in late Autumn. Watch this space for further details.

In ‘A Salute to the Crooners’, Dave Lawlor pays tribute to the songs of some of America’s greatest singers such as Frank Sinatra, Andy Williams, Matt Monro, Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole, Elvis Presley, Engelbert Humperdinck, Perry Como and Dean Martin. 

Dave Lawlor, star of the highly acclaimed ‘Reeling in the Showband Years’ was chosen by Linden Productions to front this visually stunning show. Only an entertainer of Lawlor’s exceptional calibre could pay homage – accurately, respectfully, and with the appropriate humility – to so many musical icons in one show. 

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