The Magnificent "Full Irish Breakfast" Music & Dance Show

The Magnificent "Full Irish Breakfast" Music & Dance Show

Sean Nos & Irish Dance Performance by - The Ganley Sisters, Donegal Hill, The Green Brothers

Sun ยท March 11, 2018

Doors: 10:00 am / Show: 11:30 am

This event is all ages

All reservations are required to purchase the "Full Irish" breakfast buffet on the day of the event (additional cost of $18).

Seating: We assign seats in order of when you purchase your tickets. We reserve the right to seat parties together at the same table in the event of a busy show.

Box Office: The Tin Pan charges lower fees for box office versus online sales. Our box office is open Mon-Sat 12PM-5PM. Please visit us during those hours or call 804-447-8189.

The Magnificent "Full Irish Breakfast" Music & Dance Show - (Set time: 10:00 AM)
The Magnificent "Full Irish Breakfast" Music & Dance Show
***Tickets do not include price of breakfast, an additional $18 will be charged to all ticket purchasers for breakfast on the day of the event.***

Wild West Irish Tours has announced it is sponsoring the appearance and performance by well-known Irish dancers The Ganley Sisters, who are from County Mayo in the Republic of Ireland. The sisters, Laura and Sandra, have performed with world-renowned acts such as Cherish the Ladies, the Celtic Tenors, Dervish, and Cathy Jordan. Sandra Ganley is the 2017 Rose of Tralee and is a cultural ambassador for the international Rose of Tralee festival as well as County Mayo in Ireland. Laura Ganley is a five-time world champion Irish Sean-nos dancer and has appeared with her sister on Irish television and on TV in the U.S.

The Ganley Sisters will be accompanied by the rousing Irish folk duo Donegal Hill. Donegal Hill have opened for the likes of Cherish the Ladies and have performed all over the U.S. Richmond-area folk singer Ryan Green of the Green Boys will perform with Irish fiddler Suzanne Tarr.

This event is a celebration of Wild West Irish Tours' seven years providing adventures to the wild west of Ireland for people all over the world.

Full Irish Breakfast Buffet will include:
Breakfast Sausage
Corned Beef
Irish Scramble Casserole
Potatoes O' Brian
Baked Beans
Tomatoes & Mushrooms
Steel Cut Oats
Toast and Jam
Irish Biscuits and Gravy
Scrambled Eggs
Sean Nos & Irish Dance Performance by - The Ganley Sisters
Sean Nos & Irish Dance Performance by - The Ganley Sisters
Two of Ireland's best Irish dancers are set to fly in to Richmond, Virginia from their home in the West of Ireland, to perform at the Tin Pan on March 20th with the world renowned Celtic Tenors. Sandra and Laura Ganley, from Ballaghaderreen, County Mayo have won "All Ireland" dance competitions and have appeared several times on Irish television, National Geographic, and have shared the stage with Irish and internationally known legends, Sharon Shannon, Kevin Burke and Cathy Jordan of Dervish.

The Ganley Sisters are a unique dance act as they perform Sean Nos and Irish dance together. Some of their repertoire include The Brush Dance, The Barrel Dance as well as solo and duets.

Laura, who is 17 years old, performs a very unique style of Irish dance mostly found in the West of Ireland, called "Sean Nos" (Irish for "old style") dancing. Back home in Ireland she teaches Sean Nos dancing along with "Barrel dancing and "brush dancing."

Sandra is 23 years old and has been dancing since she was 6 years old. Sandra performs the "Riverdance" style of hard shoe, jigs, reels and hornpipes. She has been a qualifier for World Irish Dancing Championships and has won countless championships around Ireland. Sandra received a Degree from the University of Limerick for Irish Music and Dance.
Donegal Hill
Donegal Hill
Irish Folk Band (Musicians-Terry White & Greg Lauderdale)
Donegal Hill is an eclectic Duo/Band that draws from the many musical influences they encountered while playing throughout the US and Internationally.
The Green Brothers
The Green Brothers
The Green Brothers are Ryan and Sean Green of Richmond band The Green Boys, playing in a paired down configuration that focuses on songwriting and singing. The Green Brothers have been writing and singing folk and country songs together for over a decade. Singing in close harmony in the style of the Louvin or Everly Brothers, the Green Brothers rely on familial timbre in their two part arrangements. The duo setting allows the two to try out new material both original and adapted, as they choose from their favorite songwriters a few to tribute on any given night.
Venue Information:
The Tin Pan
8982 Quioccasin Road
Richmond, VA, 23229