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Events & Concerts

  • 007 Diamonds Are Forever Charity Ball

    007 Diamonds Are Forever Charity Ball

    October 09, 2015

    007 Diamond are Forever Ball in Aid St Bernadettes, Little Angels, Ballymacool Respite & IAA

    9th October 2015, 7pm, Dress to Impress!

    Hosted by Marty Friel
    Music by Jim Devine & DJ Seany

    Tickets €50 or contact Tina 0870618387/ Bernadine 0862366471

    For accommodation, contact hotel 00353 (0) 749122700

  • The Highland Radio Wedding Fayre

    The Highland Radio Wedding Fayre

    October 11, 2015

    The Wedding Event that every Bride waits for....

    Join us and enjoy fabulous prizes and offers on the day with various suppliers.  The hotel will be showcasing their packages and displaying their Decor choices.

  • LuLu


    October 13, 2015

    LULU announces first ever DONEGAL date at The Mount Errigal Hotel!

    Mount  Errigal  Hotel   Letterkenny  13th October 2015
    Tickets Available from Saturday 9th May
    The Mount Errigal Hotel on line

    The amazing and iconic Lulu will embark on her first solo UK tour in over ten years, when she plays a series of live dates in Autumn 2015.

    Lulu, the legendary Scottish singer, actress and television personality is back - performing her hit songs that have influenced her life.   Lulu has been successful in the entertainment business from the 1960s through to the present day.

    Lulu is celebrating her 50th year as a recording artist with Decca Records 'Making Life Rhyme' which will be released today; Monday 13th April.

    The tour coincides with a brand new album which is her first since 2005. The Grammy-nominated songwriter’s album will showcase a return to her soulful roots, being both the music which initially inspired her to perform and her enduring passion.

    Lulu said today “I’m really proud of this record.  I’ve made a lot of records over the years, but this one comes at a time in my life when I’m re-evaluating everything.  Life changes, people change, and this album sums up what I see as my place in the world at this time.  For that reason, it’s especially gratifying to me that the album will appear on Decca, my first ever label.”

    This new tour will give Lulu the chance to reconnect, not only with the music she loves, but also with fans who haven’t seen her tour solo in the UK since 2004. Over the last decade, the Scottish legend has played hugely successful club dates in the US and UK, (including a sold-out gig at B.B. King’s in New York City), toured with Jools Holland and headlined the sold-out 'Here Come The Girls' tours which starred Anastacia, Chaka Khan and Heather Small.  She was chosen to perform at the Closing Ceremony of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

    Lulu said:  “I’ve always loved doing live gigs. After performing at the legendary BB King’s NYC last year and now starting to record the album, I'm re-invigorated and ready to get back on the road again. Even before I ever had a hit record I was doing three or four live gigs each week. And recently I’ve had a renewed sense of purpose. I just feel a compulsion to make this new record and, because of that, the songs are just pouring out.”

    Lulu has achieved international success with hits including To Sir With Love form the film of the same name, and the title song to the James Bond film, The Man With The Golden Gun.  Lulu has been in the public eye since her breakthrough hit Shout in 1964.  She was recently invited to appear at the closing ceremony of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, performing Shout 50 years after its initial release.  She is also widely known throughout Europe for her Eurovision Contest Winning entry Boom Bang-a-Bang.

    ** Shout ** The Boat That I Row ** To Sir With Love ** Boom Bang-a-Bang ** The Man Who Sold The World ** My Boy Lollipop ** I’m Back For More (With Bobby Womack) ** Relight My Fire (Take That Featuring Lulu) ** How ‘Bout Us ** Where The Poor Boys Dance ** We’ve Got Tonight (Ronan Keating Featuring Lulu) **

    For one night only, Lulu will be performing at the Mount Errigal Hotel on 13th October 2015, Ticket B&B €89pps available now to book with €47.50 deposit per person.

    Book now 00353 (0) 749122700


    For Further Information Contact:

    Ticket B&B €89pps 

  • Beat The Banker Charity Event

    Beat The Banker Charity Event

    October 30, 2015

    On Highland Radio's 25th Anniversary Year they are planning to host a major Fund Raising Event to raise a funds to be divided between two charities – Us ( Yippee) Donegal Down Syndrome Association & The Ray of Sunshine Foundation.

    Shaun Doherty, Lee Gooch & Mary Duffy from Highland Radio will be traveling to Africa in February 2016 where they will be involved in the building of a Rescue Centre which will offer shelter, medical assistance, counseling and a home for children.

    This show gives you the chance to test your nerve against the unseen but all powerful banker. The show is completely computerized with 22 Boxes plus ‘live’ telephone calls from the Banker during each round.

    They are offering businesses the unique opportunity of large screen advertising on two 7ft x 5ft screens plus an opportunity to sponsor 110 Box ads on the night of the show.

    Given that your advertisement/sponsorship will be viewed by the huge audience that will be there on the night,you will be advertising while giving a massive help to two brilliant charities.

    The adverts / sponsorship are available at different costs from €50 to €350.00 & are tax deductible.

    We hope that you will be able to support us for “BEAT THE BANKER”

    Should you require any further information, we will be happy to provide it.
    TICKETS €10 and can be purchased at hotel reception 00353 (0) 749122700 or at Highland Radio

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