All we need is music, sweet music, there’ll be music everywhere in Siamsa Tíre from now until Christmas. From musicals and classical performances to country music and some of pop’s greatest hits, Siamsa Tíre promises an eclectic soundtrack and something for all ages.
On November 17th, secondary school students and classical music lovers of all ages are invited to a free concert of Mussorgsky’s symphony, Pictures at an Exhibition performed by WhistleBlast Quartet.
Scullion, one of Ireland’s most innovative live bands is back on tour with a brand new album. Joined by special guests this unmissable gig is on November 18th.
Siamsa Tíre’s young curator Máirtín Ó Cathasaigh invites local music school students to Re-ignite Bothántaíocht on November 19th to celebrate their talents by playing music, singing and dancing for a wonderful night’s entertainment.
Little John Nee returns with his new musical play Nettle Horse on November 25th. Let your imagination run away with itself in this unique style of musical storytelling theatre that is simultaneously hilarious and heart-breaking.
November 26th will be a unique meeting of musical cultures when Gradam Ceoil TG4 2020 Composer of the Year Josephine Marsh joins forces with Nepalese musician and composer Hiralal Gaine in Songbird.
Country music lovers are in for a treat on December 13th when the Christmas Country with the Stars Show returns by popular demand featuring Brendan Shine, Patrick Feeney, Declan Nerney, Mick Flavin, and Ray Lynam.
Don your dancing shoes on December 15th when ABBA Forever brings The Christmas Show to Tralee. This loud and proud celebration of ABBA’s music is a fun way to start the Christmas season.
Phil Coulter brings his new show Phil Coulter At Eighty on December 16th, singing his best-known hits, backed by a video compilation of unseen footage.
For more festive fun, on December 18th, the Whistleblast Quartet returns with Whistleblast’s Winter Wonderland. This family show features holiday favourites from Tchaikovsky to the Snowman and Christmas sing-alongs.
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