Trim to host Medieval Summer Prom

Following in the success of “Braveheart 20”, a special screening of the Oscar winning film, the Sean Lawlor Artist’ Trust announces ‘King Johns Summer Prom”. Taking place in the breathtaking grounds of Trim Castle, Co.Meath, the event will host an array of local and national talent playing on Friday the 21st and Saturday the 22nd of July, with special guests, including The Drogheda Orchestra Collective.

The weekend of music will include Trims own Kathy Crinnion and Frank McNamara on Piano to kick off the event, followed by some of the most memorable movie soundtracks of our times such as The Lord of the Rings, Dances with Wolves, Pirates of the Caribbean and many more, with lots of guest star singers and also our very own Teresa Lowe will be our MC for the evening.

On Saturday, the 22nd Music legend Don Baker and the Drogheda Orchestra Collective with special guest Patrick Bergin aka Sleeping with the Enemy will perform as will Mike Hanrahan From Stockton’s Wing and Lesley Dowdall from in Tua Nua and Brian Furlong and guests playing all their hits with the Orchestra. We are also Delighted to Welcome Leah Barniville who put in such a great performance with Britain’s Got Talent. The outdoor-seated event will take place in the grounds of Trim Castle, the Norman fortress that was extensively used in the making of the iconic move Braveheart. Trim Castle, Irelands largest, best-preserved & most impressive Anglo-Norman castle is the perfect backdrop to spend a summer night appreciating the best of North East.

“King Johns Summer Prom” is a non-profit event with all proceeds going to the Sean Lawlor Artists’ Trust and other local charities, such as Meath River Rescue, Trim Red Cross, St Joseph’s Community Nursing Unit, Trim Meals-on-Wheels and Boards Mill GAA club The Sean Lawlor Trust is a charity organization that has been set up to help artists who find themselves in need of medical care or attention.

Sean Lawlor played Malcolm Wallace in ‘Braveheart’ but sadly lost his battle with cancer in 2009. Shortly after Sean’s passing, the trust was set up to ensure better support of Irish artists in need.

Tickets from Ticketmaster:
€20 euro standing
€35 seated
Family of 4 for €50 Two Adults and two children under 16
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