BRAWLEY — More than a week has come and gone since St. Patrick's Day, but tonight the spirit of Ireland's patron saint will be in full effect as some of the Emerald Isle's finest dancers, singers and comedians perform in a cabaret-style setting at the Palmer Performing Arts Center here.
The Claddagh Club of Imperial Valley and the North County Coalition for the Imperial County Arts Council present Noel V. Ginnity and Dublin's Traditional Irish Cabaret at 7:30 tonight at the theater on the campus of Brawley Union High School.
Ginnity, known as "Ireland's funniest man," will be joined by Irish singers Paul Hennessy, one of the three "Irish Tenors," and Catherine Coates performing alongside Irish musicians.
Reel- and jig-dancing cast members, hand-picked by Ginnity, will be on hand.
Dublin's Traditional Irish Cabaret, described as "the liveliest blend of traditional Irish dance, ballads, song and humor," will be accompanied by traditional Celtic instrumentation such as accordions, piano, Uileann pipes and tin and low whistles.