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Mary Black Announces Rescheduled Shows For Limerick, Cork, Killarney and Waterford

December 6, 2021

On the back of a successful 8-date tour, including sell-out shows in Belfast’s Ulster Hall and Vicar Street in Dublin, Mary Black has announced the dates for four rescheduled shows; at Kilarney’s INEC (February 18), Theatre Royal in Waterford (February 19), Cork Opera House (February 24) and Limerick’s Limetree Arts Theatre (February 25).

Mary was delighted to be back on the road in October/November 2021 – these were her first live performances in two years and as she said herself “it was magical to be back’.

Mary and her legendary band enthralled audiences playing favourites from her back catalogue, songs we know by heart from  ‘No Frontiers’ to ‘Song for Ireland’, ‘Past The Point Of Rescue’, ‘Carolina Rua’, ‘Katie’, ‘A Woman’s Heart’ and many more.

During the tour she still found time to film for ’The Heart of Saturday Night’ and ‘The Restaurant’ and to feature in a documentary entitled ’The Flourishing’ (all to be aired over Christmas).

One of Ireland’s favourite artists, Mary is regarded as one of the most important vocalists of her generation; with multi-platinum selling albums and a string of awards to her name. Mary’s enduring success has proven that her depth of talent and love of singing transcend the generations.

Mary will perform with her band, featuring Bill Stanley (guitar), Pat Crowley (piano and accordion), Nick Scott (double bass), Richie Buckley (saxophone), and Liam Bradley (drums & percussion).

Tickets available now at Box Office and

Tour Dates

February 18 – INEC, Killarney

February 19 – Theatre Royal, Waterford

February 24 – The Opera House, Cork

February 25 – Limetree Arts Theatre, Limerick

Social Media

Twitter: @MaryBlackSinger

Instagram: @maryblackmusic

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