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09 Dec 2021

Liam Lawton for Nenagh Arts Centre

Liam Lawton brings his extra special show to the Nenagh Arts Centre on May 25th. In the twenty years since he began composing and performing Lawton has secured a niche with his own brand of sacred and inspirational music, which has become repertoire for choirs and soloists throughout the world.

Liam Lawton brings his extra special show to the Nenagh Arts Centre on May 25th.

In the twenty years since he began composing and performing Lawton has secured a niche with his own brand of sacred and inspirational music, which has become repertoire for choirs and soloists throughout the world.

He has recorded fourteen collections to date with a number of them achieving platinum status.

Liam’s works have been narrated by such greats as Gregory Peck, Frank McCourt, Joan Cusack, John Malkovich and Mick Lally.

Liam’s second book The Hope Prayer became a best seller in 2011 in Ireland.

Recently he performed at the International Eucharistic Congress in Dublin before a live audience of 75,000 people and a televised audience of 200 million.

The show in Nenagh is selling fast, so patrons are advised to book early.

The concert is sponsored by Costello Oil and takes place at 8pm on Saturday, May 25th.

Admission is priced at E20.

Tickets are available from the Nenagh Arts Centre box office on 067 34400 or online at www.nenagharts.com.

Don’t miss what promises to be a great evening of entertainment at the Nenagh Arts Centre.

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