Seamus Kiely born in Michel Street (better known as Michael Street) New Ross, County Wexford, Ireland 1945. Went to school in New Ross C.B.S. At 16 years old went to sister’s wedding in London in 1961 and did not return to Ireland until 1966. Married Maureen Stebbings in Hull Yourkshire in October 1966, The year England won the World Cup. Whilst in London worked at a famous gentleman’s club called ‘The Reform Club’ Made famous by Phileas Fogg. (Around the World in 80 days.. Went on to be a personal secretary to Dr. R.L. Waterfield. Hematologist in Guy’s Hospital, London bridge. On return to Ireland joined the E.S.B. IN 1967 at Great Island power station Campile until retiring in 1999.
My First singing gig was at the Mayflower Ballroom Drumshambo, Co, Leitrim in early 1961 before going to London. Soon after I became active in The Theatre, Pantomimes, Drama, Musicals, Tops of the Town, Concerts, Commentator, Adjudicator, Interviewer, Producer and Director of various shows with a recent success of a sold out ‘World War 1 Centenary Commemorative Concert.