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Shelley Neville Presents: O Holy Night

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First Light Centre for Performance and Creativity

81 Cochrane Street

St. John's, NL A1C 3L7

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"It just isn't Christmas until Shelley Neville sings O Holy Night!"

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Imagine a concert filled with ALL of your favourite Christmas songs. "Shelley Neville presents: O Holy Night" is THAT concert. O Holy Night is packed with unforgettable Holiday show-stoppers, bringing together Shelley’s family and friends for a stunning event. Cory Tetford and David Pomeroy are back joining her for some mesmerizing singing alongside Neville’s long-time stage partner Peter Halley. With an all-star band led by Bill Brennan and of course Shelley’s own Dad John, as well as her brother Johnny taking the stage. This is a “must-see” event of the Holiday season.

It’s been said by audience members who take it in every year; “Christmas just isn’t Christmas until Shelley Neville sings O Holy Night” Take in this beautiful Christmas tradition with an unforgettable concert event.

8pm December 19, 20 and 21.

First Light Centre for Performance and Creativity

(historically known as Cochrane Street United Church)

81 Cochrane Street, St. John's NL


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First Light Centre for Performance and Creativity

81 Cochrane Street

St. John's, NL A1C 3L7

Canada

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First Light Centre for Performance and Creativity is First Light’s new Indigenous-led professional arts centre. This venue is dedicated to the creation, curation and exhibition of traditional and contemporary art, by providing accessible, supportive and inclusive spaces for music, dance, theatre, film, and visual arts.

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