One of the highlights of the festive season is the much anticipated Mollag Ghennal, an evening of entertainment featuring a selection of some of the Island’s best known Manx traditional singers and musicians.
Organised by the Mollag Band, it’s a great opportunity to relax between cooking the Christmas turkey and celebrating the New Year and meet up with old friends.
Ticket holders will be greeted by members of Bree, who are young, up and coming musicians who regularly perform at events across the Island, before the main programme kicks off with a rich choice of music and a bountiful supper, provided, as always, by members of the Mollag Band.
Guest artistes on the night will include Scottish musician Malcolm Stitt (Boys of the Lough), local harpist Mera Royle, master of the stringed instrument Matt Kelly (Strengyn) and Manx Gaelic vocalist Ruth Keggin.
There has, however, been a change of venue this year, so those who have managed to get their hands on a ticket should make their way to the Masonic Hall, Stanley Road, in Peel.
A limited number of tickets, priced at £12, are now available from Shaktiman (Ramsey), Celtic Gold (Peel), Peter Norris Music (Douglas) and Thompson Travel (Port Erin).
It all starts at 7.30pm on Tuesday 29 December – tickets sell fast, so buy yours now!
© December 2015