Clonoulty Church set to transform into a winter wonderland for Tommy Fleming concert on Dec 6

Clonoulty Church set to transform into a winter wonderland for Tommy Fleming concert on Dec 6

The 139 year old St. John the Baptist Church in Clonoulty will be transformed into a magical winter wonderland on Wednesday, December 6 as world renowned singer Tommy Fleming takes to the stage in aid of Clonoulty NS.

Last year's concert featuring Liam Lawton proved to be a sell out success and this year's event looks ready to hit the mark once more with Clonoulty NS principal Thomas O’Brien saying tickets have been “flying off the shelves.”

“We knew Tommy Fleming would be a popular choice as he is such a well regarded performer and renowned voice. Last year's concert went down a storm. The lighting, setting, atmosphere and acoustics created a most memorable event and we're sure we can recreate that magic again this December 6,” he told the Tipperary Star.

Patrons will be able to quench their thirst at the interval with refreshments served in the hall and anyone with a few euro to spare will find the wonderful selection of prizes on offer at the raffle hard to resist.

The event is open all age groups however tickets for this event are selling fast so buy early to avoid disappointment.

Tickets (€30) are available from Clonoulty Post Office, The Bookworm Thurles, O’Dwyer’s Pharmacy Cashel, TJ Ryan Butcher/ Deli Dundrum and Clonoulty NS on 087 2961367 or 087 2448520 and www.tommyfleming.com. Doors open 7pm, unreserved seating.

Twinkling lights, festive cheer and the Isle of Inisfree - what more could you ask for?