Irish country charmer Derek Ryan to get Hunstanton swinging

PUBLISHED: 16:30 08 November 2018 | UPDATED: 16:30 08 November 2018

Derek Ryan will bring a sprinkling of country classics to Hunstanton. Picture: ARCHANT.

Derek Ryan will bring a sprinkling of country classics to Hunstanton. Picture: ARCHANT.

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One of Irish country music’s leading entertainers will make a highly anticipated return to Hunstanton next week.

Derek Ryan will bring a unique performance of self-penned hits along with a sprinkling of country classics to The Princess Theatre.

His shows contain music featured on his studio albums including ‘God’s Plan’, ‘Life Is A River’ and ‘Hold on to your Hat’.

The former boyband member’s rise to stardom on the country scene has been at a phenomenal rate, with two Irish Number One albums, sell-out shows at home and abroad and fistfuls of music awards.

Dozens of artists including evergreen multi-million selling star Daniel O’Donnell underlined the industry wide admiration for Derek’s song writing talents by recording versions of God’s Plan.

Since then, with a combination of terrific talent, admirable determination and a continuous desire to do better, Derek’s career has kept on reaching progressively greater heights.

The show will take place on Friday November 16 at 7.30pm.

Tickets cost £24.50 / £22.50, with restricted view seats at £21.50.

To book visit https://thelittleboxoffice.com/princess/book/event/53729


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