The Priests Concert – 21st June 8pm

May 10th, 2019

Fathers Martin O’Hagan, Eugene O’Hagan, and David Delargy, also known as The Priests, will be coming to St Bernadette’s on the 21st June for an enjoyable evening of song.
Fathers Eugene’s, Martin’s and David’s debut album sold 3 Million copies, which secured them a place in the Guinness Book Of World Records, as the Fastest-Selling Classical debut album … ever

They were nominated for a Classical Brit Award for 3 consecutive years. In September 2010, The Priests shared the stage with Pope Benedict XIV in London’s Hyde Park to an audience of 80,000 while millions watched on TV at home. In August 2018 they sang for Pope Francis at the World Meeting of Families in Croke Park.

They continue to play many concerts each year in Europe and the USA, and manage to balance their performing with their Pastoral responsibilities.

Tickets cost £25 each and can be bought online by clicking the button below. Tickets are also available (cash only) from Bread & Banjo Bakery (353 Ormeau Road) and Matchetts (Wellington Place). Entry for people aged under 19 is free. Tickets for under 19s are not required.

On clicking the button you will be transferred to Paypal to allow you to make payment, either by debit/credit card or from a Paypal account. A Paypal account is not required. Your card details will not be shared with the Parish.
PayPal will ask you to confirm which postal address you wish to use. There is no charge for postage. We will notify you by email as soon as your tickets have been dispatched. We hope you enjoy the concert.

For queries on payment, or any other enquiries regarding the concert, please contact paypal@stbernadettesparish.org


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We the Parish of St. Bernadette, inspired by the Gospel, seek to give witness to God's word. In so doing we will strive to enhance the Spiritual, Pastoral and Community life within the Parish, enabling all parishioners to grow in their relationship with God and with one another.

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