Creeds Cross updated image 2017

Creeds Cross updated image 201717th June 2017 Saturday 7:45pm

Main auditorium

Creeds Cross

Bringing together the most talented of musicians in a musical masterpiece, CREEDS CROSS bring to life some of the greatest ever classics.

Join them and their unique blend of storytelling, emotion evoking melodies and fast paced toe tapping music, as they continue their stunning UK Tour, which is rapidly becoming one of the ‘Must See Events’ of the year!

From Galway to Nashville and beyond – Bluegrass, Country, Americana and Folk can all have their origins traced back to the early influences of the Irish and Scots. This is all embraced within the show as the band put their unique stamp on classics such as, The Galway Girl, The Devil Went Down To Georgia, Duelling Banjos, Wagon Wheel, I’ll Tell Me Ma, Will You Go Lassie Go and so many more.

Made up of some of the world’s finest musicians, Creeds Cross play their fantastic new arrangements alongside their very own huge songs.  Together with some jaw dropping dance arrangements, performed by the brilliant Maeve McPhillips, ‘The Celtic Journey’ is a show not to be missed!

“A truly incredible evening of live music and dance. “The audience were completely blown away and we can’t wait to welcome Creeds Cross back to The Pavilion.” Gareth Owen – Theatre Manager – Rhyl Pavilion

“We had a really great night watching Creeds Cross at The Orchard in Dartford. My throat is sore from singing and my hands are sore from clapping, brilliant night!‬” Diane McGuinness‪ – Orchard Theatre, Dartford

“Think The Galway Girl meets Mumford and Sons, and you still can’t quite put your finger on why it sounds so good, or so different to anything you’ve heard before” Deanne Crocker – Engage Magazine

Event Details


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Pullman Ticket:£20.50

Show seating plan


Jun 17 Saturday 7:45pm


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