Sharon Shannon, Frances Black and Mary Coughlan are set to unite once again for a unique show bringing together their collective talents together in glór as part of a nationwide tour.

An Evening With Sharon Shannon, Frances Black and Mary Coughlan is a night not to be missed with tickets on sale from Ticketmaster and the glór box office.

On the night (January 15th), Sharon Shannon, Frances Black and Mary Coughlan will each perform a set with their own musicians featuring many of their greatest hits. All three ladies will then join together on stage to finish the night with a magical finale.

Viewed among Ireland’s must successful female artists, the trio have been involved in the Women’s Heart albums with Women’s Heart celebrating its thirtieth anniversary in 2022. They also appeared together on the Late Late Show in May of last year where viewers donated €1.6m for Pieta House.

Ruan native, Sharon commented, “I really love doing the shows with Mary and Frances. The three of us have a strong bond of deep friendship and music and craic for over 30 years. I’m hugely honoured to share the stage with these two iconic legends of Irish music”.

Tickets for An Evening With Sharon Shannon, Frances Black and Mary Coughlan are on from Ticketmaster, glór and local theatre offices.

Jan 1st INEC Killarney
Jan 7th National Opera House Wexford
Jan 8th Hotel Kilkenny
Jan 15th Glor Ennis
Jan 21st Sligo Park Hotel
Jan 22nd Radission Blu Athlone
Jan 28th Ulster Hall Belfast
Jan 29th Hillgrove Hotel & Spa Monaghon
Feb 25th Tullamore Court
Feb 26th The Social Gweedore
March 4th TLT Drogheda
March 5th Glenroyal Hotel Maynooth
March 6th Helix Dublin
March 11th Shearwater Hotel Ballinsloe
March 24th Cork Opera House
March 25th Theatre Royal Castlebar
April 1st UCH Limerick
April 2nd Landmark Hotel Carrick on Shannon

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