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Mary Black returns to the Lime Tree Theatre this February



Mary Black Lime Tree Theatre show takes place on Friday, February 25.

Mary Black returns to the Lime Tree Theatre this February

By I Love Limerick correspondent Caoimhe Siochru

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Mary with her new vinyl album ‘Mary Black: The Best From 25 Years’.



The legendary Mary Black is returning to Limerick for a performance not to be missed. The Dublin-born icon will perform at the Lime Tree Theatre for one night only on Friday, February 25 at 8pm. 

Mary Black is one of Irelands greatest performers, who alongside her all-star band will be playing some of her most loved songs from the last 30 years including ‘No Frontiers’, ‘Song for Ireland’, ‘Past the Point of Rescue’, ‘Carolina Rua’, ‘Katie’, and many, many more.

Her band consists of musicians Bill Shanley, Pat Crowley, Nick Scott, Richie Buckley and Liam Bradley.

The star has released 11 successful studio albums, all of which hit platinum sales status. She has shared stages with some of the world’s most respected musicians and has also helped to grow an appreciation for Irish folk music on a global scale.

Mary Black was named Best Female Irish Artist at the Irish Recorded Music Awards polls in 1987 and 1988. She has won the Irish Independent Arts Award for Music for her album ‘Mary Black’, and was honoured at a Tavern on the Green dinner in New York in 1995.

Lime Tree Theatre are holding a competition on their social media to win two tickets to the gig, as well as a copy of the new vinyl ‘Mary Black: The Best From 25 Years’. The winner will be announced on Friday, February 18. Go to their social media accounts for more information.

Tickets cost €35 and are available now! 

To buy tickets for the Mary Black Lime Tree Theatre show go HERE

For more stories on Mary Black go HERE

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