Easter Celebration at The Concert Hall New Auditorium

Easter Celebration at The Concert Hall New Auditorium

The first of two nights of the Easter Celebration 2017 “Kingdom Power Glory” took place last night, Saturday 15 April in the New Auditorium of The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow city centre.  It was a ‘full-house’ for the presentation with just a handful of empty seats, which will be no doubt be filled for the second performance, tonight, Easter Sunday, 16 April at 7.30pm prompt.  There are less than 30 seats available as of this morning, so another ‘sell out’.

Call the Concert Hall Box Office on 0141 353 8000 to get one of the last few remaining tickets for tonight’s Easter Sunday performance.

The Easter Celebration 2017 features The Celebration Choir under the direction of Andrew Polson; The Concert Orchestra and The Gospel Heirs – twins John and Andrew Polson; Derek McCormick and David Patterson who formed their magical and music partnership in 1990.

Pictures below show the Easter Celebration presentation in the New Auditorium last night, Saturday 15 April.  More photos will be added with a special edition of the Revival e-newsletter on early this week.

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The Gospel Heirs take to the stage.

 

Easter Celebration: less than 30 tickets left for Easter Sunday

Easter Celebration: less than 30 tickets left for Easter Sunday

The second performance of the Easter Celebration 2017 is this evening, Easter Sunday, 16 April at The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall New Auditorium in Glasgow city centre at 7.30pm.

The Easter Celebration 2017 presentation is “KINGDOM POWER GLORY” which was performed last night, Saturday April 15 at The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall New Auditorium (pictured).

This Easter Celebration weekend features The Celebration Choir with The Concert Orchestra and The Gospel Heirs.easter-celebration-2017-ad2-2

 

Win tickets to see Phillipa Hanna in Glasgow

Win tickets to see Phillipa Hanna in Glasgow

Philippa Hanna performs in Glasgow on Friday 24 February at the Hope Next Generation Bible Church, 37 Stewartville Street, Partick, Glasgow G11 5PL.

An evening of music with the amazing singer-songwriters Philippa Hanna and Unoma Okudo with a look at the work of Compassion UK, rescuing children in poverty worldwide.

Philippa Hanna is an acclaimed British singer-songwriter, based in Sheffield, South Yorkshire and recorded in Nashville, her new album ‘Speed Of Light’ which tackles the challenges of life head-on, offering listeners a message of hope in the face of adversity.

Born into a musical family, Philippa knew from an early age that that making music was all she wanted to do. Her music frequently draws upon her experiences of a turbulent youth, and the Christian faith she found in 2004. She aims to offer a positive message for fans: Songs like I Am Amazing and Raggedy Doll have seen Philippa champion self-esteem in young people, and she also works as an advocate for children’s charity Compassion International.

You can WIN TICKETS FOR PHILIPPA HANNA LIVE on Friday 24 February in Partick, Glasgow.  Revival FM has a pair of tickets to give away to one fortunate listener.   Simply share this post on FB to be entered into the draw. The winner will be drawn on Friday 17 February. To guarantee your tickets, click this ticket link to Eventbrite.

Scots & Irish Reunion Concert success

Scots & Irish Reunion Concert success

The Scots & Irish Reunion Concert on Saturday night, 21 January at the Chryston U.F. Church Community Hall, Muirhead, Lanarkshire was a great success.

There was an evening of gospel music featuring The Gospel Heirs, Sara McGeachy and from Northern Ireland, Crimson River and Kathryn Mitchell.

Andrew Polson said after the concert: “What a fantastic night last night at our Scots and Irish Reunion Concert. It was a packed out hall and a great message with the music; a real tremendous spirit in the hall!”  Picture shows David Patterson with The Gospel Heirs on the stage of the Chryston UF Church Community Hall.

Lucy France commented on social media: “It was a wonderful night and in a great venue with God’s precious presence was very real” and Alison Blair said: It was a wonderful and uplifting evening Andrew; we thoroughly enjoyed it. Music and singing fantastic!”