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Rainbow Grace sings fairytale favourites

Wednesday, 14th December, 2016 1:57pm
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Rainbow Grace sings fairytale favourites
Rainbow Grace sings fairytale favourites

A VERY special musical performance of fairytale favourite songs for children and the child within is coming to Westport Town Hall Theatre this Christmas season.

If you enjoyed the fun with Rainbow Grace this summer, you'll be delighted to join her on this interactive musical journey, with beautiful animated backdrops and images to complement every song - a feast for the eyes and ears.

Rainbow Grace Sings Fairytale Favourites on Thursday, December 29, at 3 p.m. in Westport Town Hall Theatre. Tickets for this great afternoon of family entertainment are €10.

On this journey Grace will be accompanied by the talented singing troupe, The Rainbow Voices, who are directed by Finola McDermott of the successful Singing Sisters.

Grace is excited to perform live a collection of her favourite fairytale songs. You will recognise many tunes from much loved fairytale movies, including Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast and Pocahontas.

Look out for special guest Boo Boo Bear. And if your child, or the child in you, loves to sing, then come along, Let It Go and Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo this Christmas.

This show is guaranteed to be Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!

Angel Cara Knight, who plays Rainbow Grace, trained in musical theatre at the well reputed Guildford School of Acting and National Youth Music Theatre. She has performed in prestigious venues all over the world, including St. James's Palace, The Royal Albert Hall and The City Center Theatre on Broadway.

Tickets are available from the box office on (098) 28459 or online at www.westporttheatre.com.

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