BRENDAN Shine will be appearing at the Pavilion Theatre, Gorleston on Friday, for one night only. Brendan Shine started his band with school pal Johnny Dawson as a drummer and singer over 30 years ago and in that time has also appeared in all the big cities in the world playing Carnegie Hall in New York City, the Albert Hall and the the Opera House in Australia to name a few.
BRENDAN Shine will be appearing at the Pavilion Theatre, Gorleston on Friday, for one night only.
Brendan Shine started his band with school pal Johnny Dawson as a drummer and singer over 30 years ago and in that time has also appeared in all the big cities in the world playing Carnegie Hall in New York City, the Albert Hall and the the Opera House in Australia to name a few.
He had three albums in the top 75 in the UK and in Ireland he also has had 34 hit singles, 15 of which were No 1 in Ireland and 25 hit albums. The performance starts at 7.30pm and tickets are �15, �14 concessions.
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