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Manor House Kilrea all set to host country stars

Seamus Moore, better known as ‘The JCB Man’ is set to hit the Manor House Kilrea next Friday, July 19th.

The event is a fundraiser for Chest, Heart and Stroke.

Seamus who is originally from Callan in Kilkenny now, lives in London where he runs the very successful Conways 3 public house where many top country bands appears.

Seamus is having great success at minute with his latest single (My Little Honda 50).

During the show you will hear Seamus performing many of his great hits including F’lash The Lights At Me’, ‘Bang Bang Rosie’ and ‘Did you ever get a ride on a tractor’.

Seamus will also have the very talented Paul Rooney aka ‘Slim Attraction’ joining him on Keyboards and vocals.

Finvoy’s country boy Alastair Coyles will also hit the stage to perform a few of his great hits before the mighty JCB Man takes the Manor House Kilrea by storm.

This is a night not to be missed.

You can purchase tickets at only £8 via Alastair on 07835068084 or Robert on 07751290415 and also at Manor House Kilrea.

A large crowd is expected, and only a small number of tickets will be available on the door.

The Anchor, Portstewart

It’s official - the summer has arrived and The Anchor Complex is ready for it with a series of acts on Fridays that will be the talk of the area.

It all starts this Friday, July 19 th the appearance of Stevie Starr from Britain’s Got Talent.

Stevie Starr is a professional regurgitator.

A bizarre phenomenon to the world of showbiz, his act consists of swallowing various items (coins, light bulbs, balloons, nails, billiard balls, dry sugar, goldfish) and regurgitating them. He has never described exactly how this is done, and the implausibility of some of his regurgitations have led some to believe that he is an illusionist. However, Stevie never fails to return all items without injury to himself or the fish!

The following Friday features award-winning comic Gary Moir in a tribute to the genius that is Billy Connolly. And the weekend after that a kind of lunacy will descend on the venue when the venue will take on a Beach Party theme! All of these fantasitic acts will appear in the newly refurbished Anchorage, whilst Brian Moore is tasked with then taking the party into the wee small hours.