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Avalon at Rostrevor Inn

The Rostrevor Inn, 33-35 Bridge Street, Rostrevor, Co Down, BT34 3BG


The wonderful Avalon return to the Folk Club at Rostrevor Inn for a very special Christmas season concert. This is their third concert at the Folk Club, following two packed out performances.

Avalon consist of Andrea Rea, Brendan Monaghan, Jan Lyttle, Paula Rafferty and Nuala Curran - a multi-instrumental ensemble with a love for classical, folk and traditional music. With two violins, cello, Uilleann pipes, whistles, guitar, keys and percussion, the Avalon Quintet enjoy fusing styles from classical Bach to traditional Carolan, as well as performing stand alone traditional sets, folk songs, and jazz and popular repertoire with a twist.

Tickets (£12.50) from Crawfords Bar, Rostrevor Inn (seven days from 3pm onwards). Good Craic Gift Shop, 13 Church Street, Rostrevor (Mon to Sat 10am – 5pm, Sunday 1pm – 5pm). Cash only. Or call 028 417 39911.


Avalon Quintet
Rostrevor Folk Club at Crawfords
Monday 4 December at 8pm



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