Irish singer Paul Kelly coming to Rosley Village Hall | News and Star

Donegal native Paul Kelly, a farmer, truck driver and songwriter, will be making his first appearance at the hall on Sunday April 16.

At the age of 12, Paul started playing in a two piece band with his mother and they performed a few nights a week, then in his late teens the opportunity arose for him to join a five-piece band.

He is a versatile entertainer, multi-talented instrumentalist and singer-songwriter.

His genre of music appeals to young and old alike, and he is a popular artist among the farming[1] community.

Organiser Adele Egglestone of Penrith commented, “We’re looking forward to welcoming Paul and his band to Rosley for their first visit. It’s always great to have a new act and we’re looking forward to a fantastic evening of entertainment.”

Tickets for the show must be purchased in advance, are priced at £15 and can be bought from Adele on 07706 597132.

The show starts at 8pm with doors open at 7pm. The hall has a fully licensed bar and disabled facilities.


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