Friday December 13, 2019

Angel of Broadway ready to take wing

The musical, created by husband-and-wife team of composer Brian Byrne and lyricist Kasey Jones, will feature some of the most exciting young Irish talents now performing in the US and internationally

26th May, 2019
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Fra Fee, left, pictured in The Ferryman’s successful run on Broadway last year Pic: Joan Marcus

It’s not often one gets the opportunity to experience a musical that has been born and bred in Ireland, but that is the case with Angel of Broadway, which will makes its world premiere with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra at the NCH (June 12 and 13).

The musical, created by husband-and-wife team of composer Brian Byrne and lyricist Kasey Jones, will feature some of the most exciting young Irish talents now performing in the...

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