Ireland’s top all-female comedy singing sensations are back!
Ireland’s top all-female comedy singing sensations The Nualas are legging it down to Draíocht for a night of laugh-your-head off, wet-your-pants, pass-out-from-the-glamour-of-it-all entertainment. In a world where pop stars think nothing of singing in their underwear, The Nualas buck the trend by sporting proper yet unbelievably eye-catching stage attire. You’ll hear Nuala favourites like ‘Manolo’ and ‘Girl With a Cabbage for a Head’ alongside fabulous all-new classics, such as ‘Sexy Farm Song’, and ‘Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, Why Am I So Fat?’.
Expect scintillating vocal harmony, ambitious choreography, bags of bling and a night packed solid with craic, laughter, tears and chat (not necessarily in that order).
Some adult content and strong language.
"The Nualas are the new rock’n’roll." The Independent
"wackily original" The New York Times
"Genius. Kill to get a ticket." The Scotsman
"The Nualas have put comedy and music in a blender and come up with a world class soufflé." Sunday Times
Des Bishop Coming Home
Des Bishop is coming home after spending over a year in China with some fun stories to share; from working in a restaurant in the North East for a month to trying to find a wife in a Marriage Park; plus some great journeys with Leo his co-worker from the Abrakebabra days. But he also can't wait to tell you about all the things he missed about home: democracy, milk, sarcasm and so much more. Most importantly though Des just can't wait to speak English without being censored!
Gay Byrne Live On Stage
Produced by John McColgan, Abhann Productions
Gay Byrne, one of the most loved television and radio personalities in Irish history will perform his show, GAY BYRNE, LIVE ON STAGE, as part of a short Irish tour. Following sell-out shows last year, this is an exclusive chance to enjoy Gay Byrne at his best in a live performance telling some of the greatest show-biz stories never told in a hilarious evening’s entertainment, described as “a master class in comedy”.
In his five decade broadcasting career, Gay Byrne hosted the Late Late from 1962 to 1999 and was the first presenter to ever interview the Beatles on TV, he is recognized as “the man who changed Ireland”, both on his RTÉ morning radio show and the weekly Late Late Show where he introduced Ireland to modernity – and then stood back to witness the brawl!
From senior politicians to senior clergy to the brightest stars in the Hollywood firmament, he has been a confessor figure to the good, the bad and the ugly. At 80, he’s now in happy semi-retirement but during his exhilarating two hour plus show, he talks about all the extraordinary moments he has witnessed or been at the centre of.
Listen to the behind-the-scenes stories of the stars and the star-makers with Ireland’s foremost legendary broadcaster in his first solo stage show.
"Exhilarating..superb..ingenious...a thoroughly enjoyable evening" The Irish Times
David O’Doherty Has Checked Everything
The forgotten Sugababe, the bad boy of Zumba, David O’Doherty presents a new hour of talking and songs. Take a ride into the Davidzone.
One man. One small keyboard. With batteries. And a chair. And a mic. And cables. And a sound system. And then a room, obviously. With more chairs. And a lighting rig. It’s surprising how much stuff is involved, actually.
Jack & The Beanstalk Panto
Coolmine Panto Group
COMING IN JANUARY 2015 – BOOKING OPENS 01 SEPT 2014
Things are not going well in Happy Valley where Mother Magee lives with her son Jack. All the crops and livestock are vanishing – even the King’s hen that lays the golden eggs has disappeared. Mother Magee is worried that her cow Daisy will disappear too. Jack is trying to find a solution to it all. Fairy Snow gives Jack magic beans that grow into a giant beanstalk. Jack climbs up through the clouds where he sees a castle which is home to a cruel giant. Jack battles the giant and rescues a young princess held captive in the castle. A fun Pantomime for all the family.
|Sat 3 Jan||2pm|
|Sat 3 Jan||7.30pm|
|Sun 4 Jan||1pm|
|Sun 4 Jan||5pm|
|Thurs 8 Jan||7.30pm|
|Fri 9 Jan||7.30pm|
|Sat 10 Jan||2pm|
|Sat 10 Jan||7.30pm|
|Sun 11 Jan||1pm|
|Sun 11 Jan||5pm|
|Thurs 15 Jan||7.30pm|
|Fri 16 Jan||7.30pm|
|Sat 17 Jan||2pm|
|Sat 17 Jan||7.30pm|
|Sun 18 Jan||2pm|