Celtic Angels Ireland Presents A History Of Ireland At Staten Island’s St. George Theatre Tonight, March 30th

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CMI Entertainment presents CELTIC ANGELS IRELAND: A History of Ireland

MARCH 30TH at 8PM

Get swept away in the enchanting harmonies of the Celtic Angels as they present an impassioned homage to their beloved Emerald Isle. This gloriously evocative journey will captivate audiences and have them clapping their hands, wiping their tears and stamping their feet.

Headed by the powerhouse creative team direct from Ireland and featuring award winning Irish and World Champion Singers, Dancers and Musicians. Celtic Angels Ireland is a theatrical feast for all ages.

Starring the quintessential vocals of Louise Barry, Olivia Bradley, Michaela Groth and Chloe Haven and spellbinding Fiddle Virtuoso Danielle Turano. These dynamic divas enthrall and delight with their jaw dropping performances and spine tingling harmonies.


With over 30 Irish traditional and contemporary tunes masterfully intertwined and performed fully live by the Trinity Ensemble, the Heavenly Celtic Angels and the Dynamic Celtic Knights Dancers, the spectacular Celtic Angels Ireland is guaranteed to entertain and delight.

Written, Directed and Choreographed by Louise Barry (Dublin, Ireland. Celtic Angels Christmas / National Theatre / The Diddley Idols) Musical Direction by Daniel Thompson (The Glenn Miller Orchestra) Additional Musical Arrangements by Peter Sheridan (Co.Cavan,Ireland. Celtic Thunder) Irish Step Choreography by Dan Drew and Sarah Costello (Belfast, Ireland. Rhythm of the Dance/ ADCRG)

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Banner Image: Celtic Ireland banner Image Credit – St. George Theatre


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St. George Theatre

Centered in the historic St. George District of Staten Island, just steps from the iconic Staten Island Ferry, the St. George Theatre was the most magnificent theatre on Staten Island. Solomon Brill of the Isle Theatrical Company broke ground on a beautiful 2,800 seat venue, in August of 1928 and the doors opened on December 4th, 1929. The cost of the project, which included an attached office complex, was two million dollars, $500,000 of which was for the theatre. Brill, who owned several other theatres on the Island and once owned a nickelodeon with William Fox of 20th Century Fox fame, promised to bring top-of-the-line vaudeville to the borough for an admission fee of 75 cents. He envisioned the St. George as a “dream” show house rivaling Manhattan’s cathedrals of cinema.

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