29 Nov 2021

Eimear Reynolds to star in Longford musical 'All Shook Up'

Eimear Reynolds to star in Longford musical 'All Shook Up'

Rooskey native Eimear Reynolds made her debut with St Mel’s Musical Society as a member of the chorus for the production of 'Billy' in 2005 and she was then cast as Rosie in 'Sweet Charity' and Penny in Honk! 

After playing the part of Ado Annie in Oklahoma! in 2013 she performed the role of Hodel in the 2015 production of ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ and is delighted to be back with St Mel’s Musical Society this year as Sandra in ‘All Shook Up’. 

 Eimear won the prestigious title ‘Face of Ireland’ back in 2014 which opened up many doors for her career both in Ireland and abroad. She has collaborated with well-known performers such as Frances Black, Sean Keane, Liam Lawton and Des Willoughby. 

Classically trained soprano Eimear  launched her debut album last summer where she was joined on the night by Celtic Woman star Chloe Agnew and her father David Agnew.

Tickets are now on sale for ‘All Shook Up’ which will ‘rock and roll’ in Backstage Theatre for a total of nine performances, opening on Friday March 31 and running until Saturday April 8. 

Concessions are available for the matinee on Sunday April 2nd (3pm) and also the 8pm shows on Monday 3rd and Tuesday 4th. As always, early booking is advised for the annual St Mel’s Musical Society production.  Booking through the Theatre Box Office: 043-3347888 and on line Tickets also available at Farrell Coy.

‘All Shook Up’ will be officially launched in the Longford Arms Hotel on Friday night week, March 24, starting at 9pm, with an open invitation to all  kind sponsors of St Mel's Musical Society  to attend. 




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