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For all bookings and enquiries contact
Fil or Tom
Glenshee Music
65 Killowen Road
Rostrevor
Northern Ireland
Tel: (+44) 028 417 38052
Email: contact@filcampbell.com

tom@tommcfarland.co.uk

 
 
 
 
 
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Telephone: +44 (0) 1895 631336  
Mobile 07985 400297 
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Singmarra 

Singmarra welcomes visitors and regulars to sing with them on Tuesday nights.  
Phone or Email Fil to get more information.
Tel: 028 417 38052 / +44 7803 226279
fil@filcampbell.com

 

 

 

 

Border Stories

An Cuan, Shore Road, Rostrevor, Co. Down

Border Stories is a powerful 90 minute coming together of poetry, song and spoken word on the themes of immigration and homelessness - stories that cross borders physically and emotionally.

To celebrate International Woman's Day in the lovely surroundings of An Cuan and supported by the European Union's PEACE IV programme, this free event combines The Emigrant Woman's Tale (poetry written by Hungarian born writer Csilla Toldy, songs by Fil Campbell) and Bananas! performed by Belfast actress Vicky Blades - finishing with a discussion chaired by award winning journalist William Graham.

Border Stories

Shimna College, Newcastle, Co. Down

Border Stories is a powerful 90 minute coming together of poetry, song and spoken word on the themes of immigration and homelessness - stories that cross borders physically and emotionally.

Supported by the European Union's PEACE IV programme, this free event combines The Emigrant Woman's Tale (poetry written by Hungarian born writer Csilla Toldy, songs by Fil Campbell) and Bananas! performed by Belfast actress Vicky Blades - finishing with a discussion chaired by award winning journalist William Graham.