Self supporting through concert ticket sales and the generous contributions of Friends and Sponsors without whose loyalty and generosity we would be unable to meet the increasing costs of hosting both Irish and International artists of the highest calibre.
Please become a Friend of the Derravaragh Music Association. We rely on donations to ensure we can continue to cover all our costs each year. You can donate when you purchase your ticket online or send your Friends subscription to:
Please make cheques payable to “The Derravaragh Music Association”,
Or through bank transfers, please reference: Friends Subscription
Coffee and biscuits are served during the interval for a small charge of €2. Wine and soft drinks at reasonable prices are also available. A special request - please do not bring wine glasses or coffee cups back into the Hall as the Parquet floor has been newly restored.
All Concerts commence at 8.00 pm sharp. There is strictly no admission after commencement until the next interval.
Pre-Concert Suppers are available in the Hotel Castlepollard. To make a booking please contact Russell
Concert Tickets can now be purchased online through EventBrite. To purchase concert tickets online please click below
Tickets are also still available from the usual outlets
Tom Birmingham Mans Shop, 37 Oliver Plunkett Street Mullingar.
Tickets may also be purchased directly by telephoning 0876839061 or by email: Derravaraghmusicassociation@gmail.com
Pre Concert Suppers
Pre Concert Suppers are available in the Hotel Castlepollard
Please contact Russell on 044 966 1194 or email@example.com to make a booking
As you may be aware, David Taylor has decided to retire as chairman of the Derravaragh Music Association after 25 years service.We are fortunate in having found a new chairperson, Jane Massy, who has wide experience at administration and a great knowledge of music, and also that Bridget, David’s wife, has kindly offered to continue as the Treasurer of the DMA for at least another year.
We are also delighted to announce that John Fairleigh has agreed to join the DMA committee.