St. Patrick’s Day is almost upon us, so we’re bringing out Savannah’s premiere Irish folksinger, songwriter and storyteller, Harry O’Donoghue, for an entertaining evening of music, history and culture.
With more than 30 years in the music business, O’Donoghue performs throughout the U.S. and Ireland with his guitar and his bodhran (Irish hand drum), singing folk songs of the old country at settings from Irish festivals and concerts, conventions, cruise ships, and singer-songwriter showcases. He’s been called Savannah’s professional Irishman (he hails from the coastal town of Drogheda), his songs telling the story of Ireland past and present. Add with that his quick wit, engaging humor and ability to draw an audience into his show and the result is going to be a wonderfully enjoyable and memorable experience.
Sunday, March 12,7 pm. Tickets $15 adults; $10 children.