WATCH: Offaly choir take part in amazing Heuston Station flashmob

Justin Kelly


Justin Kelly


The Tullamore HSE Staff Choir has once again contributed to a viral video after their part in a flashmob at Dublin's Heuston Station over the weekend.

Over 120 voices came together to form the huge singing group at a busy Heuston railway station. The event was arranged to mark World Suicide Prevention Day which takes place on Monday, September 10. 

“Working Together to Prevent Suicide” was brought together by Music Director Andrius Kozlovskis. 

The group started with two members playing the guitar and singing Pink Floyd's 'Wish You Were Here' before the 120-strong choir joined in to delight the weary commuters.

Joining The HSE Tullamore Staff Choir were Athlone Choral Society, OCC Choir, Le Cheile Singers, Westmeath County Council Choir, St. Brigids Community Choir, Alkermes Allegro and Navan Male Voice Choir.

The organisers thanked Iarnród Éireann, Guitarists Prof Dermot Hehir and Martin O'Hara and Videographer Eric Brennan.

Donations can be made to Pieta House, Preventing Suicide and Self Harm on their Facebook page.