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Sing for Your Supper

Bluebell Lane Glamping, 49 Tullymacrieve Road, Mullaghbawn, County Armagh, BT35 9RE
Colleen Savage & Pádraig Carragher


Come and share in an evening of song at Sing for your Supper in the stunning landscape of the Ring of Gullion.

Through this fun, compelling experience, you are asked to Sing for Your Supper in the company of the traditional Irish singer, songwriter, and ambassador for the arts - Colleen Savage - and acoustic guitarist and storyteller, Pádraig Carragher.

By soft lighting and the warmth of a fire, hear live renditions of traditional folk songs, folklore and poetry that originated in the magical Ring of Gullion landscape, documenting the stories of its people over centuries.

A musician yourself? Bring your instrument, take to the floor and share with us a tune or a song - or even a yarn or two!

Guided by your hosts, learn how to sing a local traditional song in return for a hearty bowl of homemade vegetable stew served with locally made Mac's Armagh craft cider.


Stroll Johnny's Trail at Bluebell Lane with over 22,000 native trees to reach the Roundhouse;
Be entertained with local song, story and poetry from the Ring of Gullion;
Learn a local traditional Irish song, ending with a lively singalong.
Lyric sheet provided in English and Irish Language - with phonetics where necessary
For your efforts you will receive a bowl of home cooked traditional vegetable stew;
2 pints bottles of Mac's Armagh Cider or freshly pressed apple juice.
This experience involves walking over uneven grassy paths, so sturdy footwear is recommended.

Accommodation Package

Should you wish to make this experience part of an overnight stay at Bluebell Lane Glamping, you can avail of a discounted accommodation in conjunction with the event to suit your requirements which include;

1 overnight stay in a handcrafted Pod - £80; or

1 overnight stay in the Shepard's Hut - £90; or

1 overnight stay in the Cottage - £140

All accommodation packages are inclusive of bed linen and subject to availability.

Discounted accommodation rates available only on Sat 29th January, Sat 26th February & Sat 26th March and only in conjunction with Sing for your Supper.

Contact for accommodation bookings.

Please quote SINGFORYOURSUPPER upon enquiry.

Please note we are unable to offer any refunds. However, where there is proof of a positive PCR test we will happily apply credit to a future Sing for your Supper Experience or you may wish to transfer your place on the evening to someone else.


COVID-19 Response

  • COVID-19 measures in place

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  • Booking Required

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Guide Prices

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Adult£50.00 per ticket

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

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Opening Times

Season (29 Jan 2022)
Saturday20:00 - 22:30
Season (26 Feb 2022)
Saturday20:00 - 22:30
Season (26 Mar 2022)
Saturday20:00 - 22:30

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