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The popular all female singing group brings its unique Celtic sound to a live concert at Powerscourt in Ireland.

Director: Alex Coletti
Stars: Celtic Woman, Máiréad Nesbitt, Lynn Hilary
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Barbie and Friends Sing Soprano!
12 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm white, but when I saw this show I was like, "Dayum, that's too white for me!"

Aside from a trite selection of songs (mainly covers of well-known songs sung in unimaginative lyrical style with banal "Celtic" arrangements), I continuously scratched my head and wondered why.

This show belongs in one of those big shiny churches adorned with shiny white crosses, and not in the public. How many Kinkaid paintings could one have sold in the parking lot after that show, I wonder?

And the costuming was the worst I've ever seen outside a community center ballet; truly the worst tailoring and dress designs imaginable. Normally not important, but I tried to keep myself interested in something about the show.


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