Lisa McHugh’s Ulster Hall date

Fermanagh Country music star Lisa McHugh has confirmed she’s going to be taking centre stage at the Ulster Hall in Belfast later this year in what will be her ‘biggest headline show to date’.
The Glaswegian, who lives in Enniskillen, recently confirmed that she’ll be headlining what’s expected to be a sold-out show at the iconic Ulster Hall, in Bedford Street in Belfast.
“My biggest headline show to date on Saturday, 30 November, in Ulster Hall is going to be a special one. Already can’t wait to see you,” confirmed the Glasgow singer. The Country music star has established herself as one of the leading talents in the industry over the past decade, but she’s recently spoken out about her serious battle with ill health recently.
“I became very breathless. I’m still actually quite breathless,” Ms McHugh told the ‘Sunday World’, following her arduous battle with Covid-19.
“Even talking now, I’m sitting in the one spot not moving but I’m still trying to catch a breath. But I’m a lot better than I was.”
The Enniskillen singer is expecting her second child with her husband Nathan Khan. She has recently suffered from ‘long Covid’, as well as a pleurisy and inflammation of the lining of her lungs.
“Obviously, being heavily pregnant, you really can’t take much medication apart from paracetamol,” the Fermanagh mother said.
“I couldn’t take much but I had an antibiotic for the chest infection and then obviously being away in America, the long-haul flights and things really didn’t help matters at all.
“I’m very guilty of just pushing through and Nashville had been booked for a while, so I wanted to get as much work done as I possibly could before baby number two comes.”
Prior to her health battle, the mother-of-one took another major step in her music career by releasing her first ever acoustic-led album.
“This [‘Black Mountain’] project was a complete labour of love from start to finish and I really hope that comes across when you hear it,” said the Fermanagh Country music star.
The five-track album includes McHugh’s unique twist on ‘Falling’ by former One Direction star Harry Style and Newsboys classic ‘Magnetic’.


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