Renowned singer set to be joined onstage by local choirs

Belturbet and Moullahoran Community Voices Choirs will join Eimear Crehan for Townhall concert

Rising Irish artist Eimear Crehan will stop off in Cavan Town this Sunday evening as part of her ‘Grá Mór’ Irish tour.

The Meath native's ability to captivate audiences promises to turn Townhall Theatre into a "hub of emotion and connection".

Unique to this tour is her collaboration with choirs, blending communal choral power with her intimate solo artistry, creating an ethereal, unified concert experience. Eimear’s live shows are more than just vocal displays; they are immersive emotional journeys, where each song tells a story and every performance becomes a shared exploration of human feelings.

Support for this gig comes from a collaboration between two Community Voices Choirs that are based in Belturbet and Mullahoran. Both choirs are under the direction of composer, director and musician Claire Crehan who will be double jobbing on the night as Eimear's sister and pianist. These groups meet weekly to sing with a vision of community, fun and friendship. They sing a mixed repertoire of stunning in-house arrangements and are so excited to be part of this tour. This 50 member strong group are excited to perform for you - this is their first professional show and they promise to bring that exciting new energy as well as lots of heart, joy and connection

Join Eimear with support from the Community Voices Choirs this Sunday at 8pm for a night of music magic!

Book tickets here or log onto the Townhall Theatre Cavan website.