Róisín Sullivan – We Can Be Kind

Sun, Jul 1st at 5.00pm
Venue: Arthur's Jazz Club, Thomas Street, Dublin 8

Adm: €11.00 & €14.00 // Students €8

Róisín Sullivan - Vocals
David Wray - Piano
Gerald Peregrine - Cello
Eoin Cannon - Vocal

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In today’s all too serious world, West End singer and actress Róisín Sullivan, acclaimed musical arranger & pianist David Wray and international cellist Gerald Peregrine bring a selection of some of the worlds most beautiful and heartfelt lyrics to Arthur’s. The musical masterpieces of Carole King, Eva Cassidy, The Beatles, Nancy La Mott and Elton John to name but a few, stir messages of love, hope, optimism and simple human kindness that are all too frequently forgotten.

Special guest during the performance will be Eoin Cannon who recently starred in the musical version of Angela’s Ashes at The Bord Gais Theatre.

Róisín Sullivan – Bio

Róisín is a professional singer and theatre performer originally from Co. Wicklow in Ireland. She currently shares her time between London and Dublin where she frequently performs. She is probably best known for her work within the realm of musical theatre.

Her most recent work includes appearing as Jerusha Abbott in the Irish Premier of ‘Daddy Long Legs’ at Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin, Grace Farrell in ‘Annie’ and Nancy in ‘Oliver!’ both at The National Concert Hall, Dublin and originating the role of Kathleen Brennan in new Irish musical play ‘Flynn’ at the Peacock Stage at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin.

She performed for a number of years alongside Tommy Steele in Bill Kenwrights production of ‘Scrooge’, both at the London Palladium and on the UK & Ireland tour.

She toured with ‘Evita’ (Bill Kenwright Ltd., UK & European Tour) understudying the lead role of Eva Peron, and also toured with ‘Riverdance’ (USA, Canada & German Tour) understudying and performing the lead singer role.

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