Rebekah was born in Scotland but studied in London at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts.
With an Orcadian heritage, Rebekah’s beautiful Celtic voice returns to Celtic Nights-Oceans of Hope. This is Rebekah’s fourth year with Celtic Nights and has travelled with the show throughout Ireland, Germany, Canada and the USA.
Ciarán is from County Wicklow, Ireland and trained in Dublin under the tutelage of Philip O’Reilly at the Royal Irish Academy of Music. He is delighted to be returning again to Celtic Nights for the second year.
Amber Sylvia Edwards HD 2Training: New College Lanarkshire
Stage Credits: Ensemble / Cover Gloria Jones in 20th Century Boy (UK Tour)
Emily graduated in 2014 with a first-class honours degree in music from Maynooth University. Whilst there she studied classical violin performance and voice and she also toured in the U.S.A with the Maynooth chamber choir.
Kevin C. OlohanKevin is an Actor/Writer/Musician. He is a graduate of the inaugural class of The Lir Academy – Dublin, in association with Trinity College Dublin and The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art – London (RADA). He studied singing with Cathal Synnott and movement and physical theatre under Sue Mythen and Bryan Burroughs.
Mark is 29 and comes from Mullingar in Co. Westmeath, Ireland.
Mark started training at the age of 10 where he trained as a classical singer for 10 years and during this time he won the prestigious “Tenor solo” competition in the Feis Ceoil.
Dearbhla, dancing from the age of three has been touring professionally for the last six years. From a young age she has loved performing and expanding her knowledge of dance as an art form.
Caoimhe-QuinCaoimhe began Irish dancing at the age 4 for the Tara Dance Academy. She was a member of Spotlight Stage School until her late teens in which she trained in various styles of dance and drama
Conor started dancing in 2002 for the Blair McCarthy School in Southampton. He has achieved top 5 in Great Britain, 8th at the All Ireland Championships and 11th place at the World Championships.
Holly-Dalton-HeathHolly is from Belfast in the North of Ireland and started dancing at the age of 5. She was part of the Mulvenna Academy and competed in majors such as the All Ireland and World Championships, placing 3rd in her region and 14th in the world.
Born in Belfast, Odhrán began dancing at 5 years old with Brendan Gillan, Dalriada and most recently with the Carson-Kennedy School of Irish Dance. He has won many medals for both solo and drama competitions at the World Championships, placing Top 10 on numerous occasions.
Kate HeneghanKate Heneghan is a fiddle player, harpist and pianist from Castlebar, Co. Mayo. Kate is a recent graduate from the BA Irish Music and Dance, University of Limerick in 2018, where she received a first class honours degree.
As a versatile and vibrant multi-instrumentalist, singer, dancer and composer, Darragh Healy stands out among professional Irish traditional musicians of this generation.
Mícheál is a multi-instrumentalist playing banjo, mandolin, guitar, piano, bodhrán, drums and cajon and has several All Ireland titles to his name. He has won the banjo and mandolin competitions at Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann.