TWO OF Coleraine’s brightest talents return to the Flowerfield stage in the company of an all-star band, as Clive Culbertson and Helen Wilkinson play songs from their albums, respectively Still Havin’ Fun and Climbing on Rainbows, on Halloween night, Thursday October 31 at 8pm.
The Flowerfield auditorium will be laid out with tables and chairs in the cabaret style and patrons are invited to bring their own bottle, relax and enjoy the music
Both Helen and Clive are well-known as performers, Helen for her stage musical work and Clive – working on a brand new album as we went to press - as one of Northern Ireland’s premier musicians.
Clive notched up notable success in the late 70s and early 80s as a leader in the Irish Power Pop movement.
Clive’s first album in 30 years, Still Havin’ Fun, was released in September 2010.
Helen has been active in local amateur musical theatre productions for the last decade with Ballywillan Drama Group, Portrush Music Society and Londonderry Musical Society. She has been privileged to play principal roles in many productions and is very excited to be donning a habit as Sister Mary Lazarus for the 2014 amateur premiere of Sister Act - The Musical, being performed by Portrush Music Society in the Riverside Theatre, Coleraine.
. Tickets priced at £10 are available from reception at Flowerfield Arts Centre.