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A Special Evening of Fun, Music, and Song with Stellar Voices and Friends on the 28th January 2023


In conjunction with Stellar voices, St Pauls & St Barnabas are delighted to present a special evening of Fun, Music & Song on the 28th of January, 2023, from 7:30PM, all for the donation of £10.

This special evening was planned for May 2020, and as you know, so many things were postponed and cancelled due to Covid.  We are delighted that we have been able to rearrange this evening with the Help of local musician David Curry and friends.

We would love YOU to join us as we gather for our first special evening in several years.  

There will be music from our good friend Tenor David Curry and his friend Soprano Mairead Healy.  As well as appearances from a range of local talent:

  • Belfast Ukele Jam 
  • Cavehill Community Choir 
  • Eimear Dynes

It will be a wonderful evening of light amid the darkness of January as we seek to gather and encourage one another at the start of 2023.  After the fun and song, a warm and delightful Supper will be provided to all who come.

Why not join us and spread the word?

If you have any questions, then please drop us an email at


If you would like to book your spot, then phone either:
  1. Joan: 07871511355
  2. Kate: 07742179634 

Or you can register your interest using the form:


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