A spellbinding treat

Celtic Christmas Strings features the music of Maire Ni Chathasaigh and Chris Newman. Máire and Chris’s alchemy on harp and guitar creates a very special magic. Individually famed for originality, innovation and virtuosity on their respective instruments, the duo have created one of the most distinctive sounds in modern acoustic music.

This new Christmas show features a blend of traditional Irish music, swing jazz and bluegrass, plus festive favourites given a fresh voice with arrangements that are intricate, inventive and moving, all performed in their characteristically heart-warming style. The show takes place at 7.30pm on Friday 20 December, Chelmarsh Parish Hall. Tickets are priced from £8 to £12; for more details call 01746 862104 or buy tickets online at artsalive.co.uk.

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