Noosa is in for a delightfully cultural evening when International entertainer and harpist, Hilary O'Neill presents 'St Patrick was a Gentleman' at Wallace House on St Patrick's Day. Apparently our preconceived ideas of the Saint will be changed when Hilary entertains us with her beautiful harp, song and verse. In the time-honoured tradition of the Irish bard, Hilary O’Neill presents a colourful account of the Saint’s life in flowing verse, and traditional Irish song, which she accompanies with Celtic Harp. Some think St Patrick was put on this world to give us a reason to over-imbibe in green beer once a year. Hilary turns this notion on its head and sweeps her audience on a journey through time to lure history into unfolding its secrets of this extraordinary character. With her trademark Irish humour and charm, Hilary presents a cabaret of songs and stories direct from the heart of Celtic culture - that magical land inhabited by fairies, goblins, giants and centuries of life’s wisdoms. As an international artist, Hilary tours to many parts of the world and has received much acclaim, from both press and audiences alike. Whether performing in an ancient castle, a magnificent church or a local theatre, she transforms the space into a sanctuary of listening pleasure and inner enrichment.
Sunday, 17th March, 5pm Wallace House, 1 Wallace Drive Noosaville. Tickets: $30 Including drinks and nibbles. Bookings Telephone 54741211
Wallace House 1 Wallace Drive Noosavil
1 Wallace Drive,