Northern Lights Sessions at Christmas Featuring The Swingtime Starlets

17 December, 8pm


Join us for some Christmas Cheer with the Swingtime Starlets!

The Swingtime Starlets

Thursday 17 December, 8pm via Facebook Live

Swing into the festive season with the fabulous Swingtime Startlets!

The Swingtime Starlets are an all-professional, close harmony vintage trio, who perform songs from the 40s, the Swing, Big Band & Hollywood eras & Retro Pop of 50s & 60s! The trio is made up of Orla Mullan, Rosie Barry, Colette Lennon Doug.

This special pre-recorded Christmas concert will transport you back to the those golden retro years and with their Andrews Sisters inspired celebration of timeless Christmas classics.

Dust off your dancing shoes and get ready for a sprinkling of special Starlet Christmas magic with what is sure to be a cracker of an evening!

To watch simply log in to @roevalleyarts or @flowerfieldarts Facebook Page at 8pm on the 17th December and watch. You can also watch via YouTube later on.

Everyone needs some extra Christmas cheer this year so for this very special concert we are asking our virtual audience to get vintage with us and dress up in a swinging outfit for the occasion. Find your favourite 40 or 50s inspired clothes and channel your inner James Dean or Marilyn Monroe for the night. On the evening we will be asking you to share your vintage looks and tag us online via Facebook, Instagram or twitter so that we can spread the Christmas cheer to all!

Let's swing into Christmas together and spread some yuletide joy!


‘They whoop up a storm as they sing in close harmony the songs from the 40s and 50s in the style of the famous Andrews Sisters…Their show is pure vintage in every way.’ The Irish News

‘That is Fabulous, loved it! Love it, love it, love it!’
Gerry Kelly on BBC Radio Ulster

This project is receiving financial support through Council’s Good Relations Programme. The purpose of the event / activity is to bring people together, using creative arts as a method of connecting people from different community and cultural backgrounds using shared spaces (whether online or in a specific location) so that we can build positive relations using the medium of the creative arts.

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