For the past 13 years, with a world-class ensemble of musicians, dancers and singers from both sides of the Atlantic, Tomáseen Foley’s A Celtic Christmas has played, to packed concert halls and critical acclaim from Los Angeles to New York to Chicago to Palm Beach and beyond, recreating on stage the now-famous Rambling House, that remote cottage in the West of Ireland where the neighbors gather every year for a communal night before Christmas. There, the rafters ring with fiery traditional music, Irish Christmas songs, riveting traditional dance and, of course, stories of life in the remote parish of Teampall an Ghleannáin, Tomáseen’s birthplace.

Tomáseen Foley’s IRISH TIMES
Following the coast-to-coast success of Tomáseen Foley’s A Celtic Christmas, Tomáseen now introduces his new show, IRISH TIMES, featuring some of the finest exponents of the Celtic arts – traditional musicians, vocalists, dancers and storytelling.

“One of the great charms of the evening was Tomáseen’s skill in relating a story . . . a gentle and easy humor made his tales fascinating and eminently human.”

Palm Beach Daily News,Palm Beach FL

“He has captured the charm of the wit and wisdom inherent in a locality where people live within the shelter of their neighbors.”

The Irish Voice,New York City NY

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