Irish country singer Kenny Paul is set to return to Rosley Village Hall next week.

Hailing from a farm near Maghera, Mr Paul performs at hotels and country clubs across the UK, Ireland and Spain.

His music repertoire includes country and Irish, middle-of-the-road, and sixties tunes.

He has performed with many of Ireland's top artists like Big Tom, Declan Nerney, Philomena Begley, Susan McCann and Louise Morrisey.

The singer has released twenty-five albums and eight DVDs so far, with recent releases featuring his original songs like 'Memories Of You' and 'The Good Old Days'.

Mr Paul has appeared on ITV and RTE, and is regularly featured on Keep It Country TV, as well as on radio stations across the UK and Ireland.

Organiser Adele Egglestone of Penrith said: "Kenny has been performing at Rosley Village Hall for many years now, and is a firm favourite with our followers.

"His repertoire of Irish, country, middle of the road and 60s music really appeals to our audience, and no doubt we will have another great night of live Irish Country music in the hall."

Tickets, £12 each, can be purchased in advance.

The show commences at 8pm, with doors opening at 7pm on July 7.

Adele can be contacted for tickets at 07706 597132.

Rosley Village Hall features a fully licensed bar and disabled facilities.