See singer's bewitching highland charm at Redlands

REDLAND Performing Arts Centre is excited to present Marion Martin's The Flower of Scotland as the fourth concert in the 2015 concert series.

Marion Martin is admired as one of the most exciting and dynamic singers Scotland has ever produced.

On stage Marion is the consummate entertainer - stunning, captivating, witty and warm; her lilting Scottish accent and bewitching highland charm consistently wins the hearts and minds of audiences worldwide.

Developing her singing and dancing skills at the young age of four Marion was a natural talent and gained experience performing with leading entertainers in the concert halls of Scotland and England.

She entered the world stage when her first album 'Songs of Bonnie Scotland' continued to sell non-stop worldwide and has continued to do so for over thirty years.

The reason for this unprecedented achievement is simple; no one before or since has sung the songs of Scotland with such passion, such intensity, such feeling, such beauty.

Marion's The Flower of Scotland concert features many beautiful Scottish songs she has recorded so successfully including such favourites as: Scotland the Brave, Road to the Isles, Always Argyll, Mull of Kintyre, The Flower of Scotland, My Love is like a Red Red Rose and Amazing Grace, plus Auld Lang Syne.

Her beautiful, sublime voice and unique interpretation of these songs will reach the heart and soul of every listener.

This vibrant concert includes Marion's hilariously brilliant impersonations.

Don't miss this mid-week Highland treat on Wednesday, August 19  at 11am.

Seats are limited so book immediately to avoid disappointment.

Tickets are: seniors/pensioners $20, Groups of 10 or more seniors/pensioners $18, adults $26.

To book, call the RPAC Box Office on 3829 8131 or visit www.rpac.com.au.


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