Celebrate Nollaig na mBan with SuperCéilí Beo and The Mad Ones

The Mad Ones are promising a Nollaig Na mBan with a difference in Castleisland on Saturday night with live music – very live music.

“Castleisland will come to life yet again on this Saturday night, January 6th, Nollaig na mBan, when we bring what we feel is the liveliest, most unique act to date,” said Kate McSweeney flagging their latest musical episode as spokesperson for The Mad Ones.

SuperCéilí Beo is a unique mixture of pop/dance and traditional material, all played live.

Bangers from the 90s

The repertoire includes a lot of bangers from the 90s to today’s charts and we can guarantee maximum dancing and ‘letting loose’ with this one, exactly what you want to end the festive season on a high,” said Kate.

“Following on from his success with Scannal, Peter Staunton has taken late-night Irish Dance Music to yet another level by partnering with Niamh Varian-Barry – former lead singer of Solas to create SuperCéílí Beo.

Teresa Mannion Weather Remix

“The SuperCéilí duo are also responsible for producing the infamous Teresa Mannion weather remix and the Catch Him Derry bat / batty remix which went viral,” said Kate.

The event will be held in Nightowls at The River Island Hotel, kicking off at 10pm and SuperCéilí Beo will be followed by a DJ and a late bar.

Admission is €10. For updates join the Facebook event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/160799344652319


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