QUEEN tribute Flash Harry are set to rock The Middle House on August 1st with Crumlin’s biggest outdoor concert this year.
Expect to hear classic tunes such as We Will Rock You, I Want To Break Free, Don’t Stop Me Now and Radio Ga Ga blasting throughout Crumlin as Flash Harry plus special guests comedian John McBlain and radio star Robin Elliott arrive in town for a bank holiday weekend spectacular!

The guys have impressed all who have seen them with the sheer brilliance of their show which incorporates all the elements which were Queen’s trademark: extravagance, excellence in musicianship, professionalism, humour and of course the icing on the cake, Harry Hamilton whose portrayal of Freddie is nothing short of breathtaking!
Their track record speaks volumes for the quality of their show. They have sold out major venues time after time including Belfast’s Grand Opera House on no less than 13 separate occasions and Belfast Waterfront Hall on 4 occasions.

They have also played sold out gigs in many other prestigious venues such as London’s Royal Albert Hall, The Point in Dublin and Atlantic City’s largest concert venue The Tropicana Showrooms. Most recently Flash Harry have also played to 7000 fans at Belfast’s Odyssey Arena.

At The Middle House on August 1st Flash Harry will also be joined by legendary comedian John Mcblain who has been making us laugh for over thirty years now with his hilarious impressions of Northern Ireland’s leading political figures.
The Award winning comedian has just a released a new CD called Spittin Confessions and is at present putting finishing touches to hilarious new DVD! Compere for this evening will be radio & TV presenter Robin Elliott who has been entertaining us over the airwaves of Citybeat for the past ten years with his popular radio shows.
Robin also hosts his own TV show on Belfast TV station NVTV and even released his own charity single back in 2008.
Tickets priced £10 are still available for this year’s biggest concert in Crumlin so book now or you will be disappointed!
Tickets are available from The Middle House or by calling 02894 470784.