Following on from the sell-out run of his Bald Ambition Tour, Colin Murphy returns to The Market Place Theatre in Armagh on Friday and Saturday nights, with his new show, ‘Big Time’.
It’s too early to say what the show will be about, but will it be funny? Oh Big Time! Colin is best known for his role as resident panellist on the BBC Northern Ireland comedy show ‘The Blame Game’.
On Saturday 30 March, Blues guitar legend Ronnie Greer plays The Market Place with his powerhouse band, featuring some of the finest musicians in the country, including Anthony Toner on guitar and vocals, and John McCullough on keyboards.
Ronnie’s distinctive guitar style, incorporating searing Chicago blues style licks with be-bop inspired jazz lines, has been critically acclaimed as world class.
Joining the band as special guest on this gig is Ken Haddock, without question, one of the most soulful and powerful vocalists we’ve ever had on these islands, an artist who really needs to be heard to fully appreciate the impact he imparts to an audience.
Expect a night of blues, roots, soul and a little jazz-based music, performed with style and conviction by some of the best in the business.
Tickets are available from the Theatre Box Office on  3752 1821, or online at www.visitarmagh.com/marketplacetheatre.
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