Throughout his singing career Joe Dolan’s energetic and charismatic stage performances thrilled audiences throughout the world. His brother Ben shared the stage with his younger brother for forty-seven fun-filled years.
So, who better than Ben to tell the stories behind Joe’s songs and highlight Joe’s successful singing career in a specially-developed concert called ‘My Brother Joe’ which comes to Nenagh Arts Centre on October 12th.
The Show itself features Ben’s daughter Sandra, his two sons, Adrian and Raymond and their own band Karen and The Dolans. Joe’s backing band, and compere and comedian Shaun Connors, complete the line-up.
Ben’s intention is to share the songs and stories of the great Joe and relive the best moments in what was a stellar life and career.
‘My Brother Joe’ starts at 8pm on Saturday, October 12th.
Tickets are priced at €25 and can be booked in advance online at www.nenagharts.com or from the Arts Centre in Banba Square, Nenagh – phone 067 34400.
The classic cinema season at the Nenagh Arts Centre begins with ‘Citizen Kane’ on Thursday, October 3rd (8pm - €8) which is regarded by many as cinema’s greatest and most cohesive artistic achievement. Told in flashback, the film follows the life of Charles Foster Kane, a larger than life business and political figure and how hecreates an empire around him. The film will be preceded by a brief introduction.
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