Highlights from our Grand Variety Concerts

As part of our fundraising efforts for St Paul’s International Projects, we hosted two Grand Variety Concerts in October, featuring staff, students and friends of St Paul’s.   They were both fantastic nights and our cameras were there to capture the highlights from the night. Scroll down to see some photos and videos from the night.

Act 1: The Murphy Family Traditional Group

Act 2: Year 12 Student Daryl Gallogly Performs a Queen’s  “Radio GaGa”

Act 3: Year 10 Student Karyn Feehan sings “Your Song” by Ellie Goulding

Act 4: St Brigid’s Accordian Band, Jonesboro perform one of their routines

Act 5: Past pupil Megan Burns Sings Slán le Máigh (A Traditional Irish Air)

Act 6: Tara O’Hanlon Recites a poem, called “The Inch War” by Alesha McSwiggan

Act 7: Mother & Daughter Act (Jamie & Sharon Larkin)

Act 8: St Paul’s very own African Drum Ensemble

Act 9: Our very own Kevin Kearney

Act 10: The Rooney O’Malley School of Irish Dancing

Act 11: Crossmaglen Student Sionan Murphy takes to the stage and performs “Jar of Hearts” by Christina Perri

Act 12: Year 10 student Moya Strain took to the stage and performed “No One” by Alicia Keys

Act 13: Rock Band, The Attic perform “Animal” by Neon Trees

Act 14: St Paul’s Girl’s Choir sing “I Say a Little Prayer” by Aretha Franklin

Act 15: Year 11 student Emily Shields sings ‘Pie Jesu’, accompanied by her mum

Act 16: Past pupil and All-Ireland Scór Champion, Niamh Devine, recites an extract from ‘Moll’ by John B Keane

Act 17: St Paul’s Senior Dance Team

Act 18: Staff Novelty Act

5 comments

I have never laughed so much. Fr Dermot was just brilliant. Such a natural dancer!

by Mrs O' Hare on 07/11/2011 at 10:16 am #

It was the funniest night ever the teachers was just the funniest thing i have ever seen in my life

by seana on 07/11/2011 at 5:16 pm #

oh my god. what a fun 2 nights i had. everyone was fantastic. fr dermot was absolutly fantastic. “lord of the dance.” kevin was brilliant too!! thanks to everyone who went to it hope yas had fun 🙂

by daryll galloghly on 08/11/2011 at 4:05 pm #

I went to it on the Wednesday night and I knew there was talent around st paul’s but not that much. From Mr Burns presenting which was great as usual to the flawless Irish singing from Megan to the teachers act with Fr Dermot (which was brilliant),I must say it was one fantastic night, and for a great cause too!

by Anita Dennison on 10/11/2011 at 5:46 pm #

Aww im sad i didnt go, looks like it was a real hoot. Defo going next time, front row seats yes please! 🙂

by Kevin Mc Lellan on 24/11/2011 at 4:21 pm #

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