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WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK AT THEATRE ROYAL

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A Viennese Strauss Gala, Thursday 6th February 2020 at 8:00pm

tr1Back by popular demand World on Stage Ltd present A Viennese Strauss Gala on Thursday 6th February.  This wonderful production is cleverly staged and choreographed, and authentically costumed, and will appeal to the romantic as much as the music aficionado. It continues to be hugely popular all over the country.

Recreating the romance of the Viennese Festive season, reminding you of a bygone age of glamorous soirees and Strauss waltzes.  The Show features highlights from some of the great Operettas of the Strauss family, Kalman and Lehar; including Die Fledermaus, The Merry Widow and many more.

The European Orchestral Ensemble will accompany four Soloists from major Opera companies: including Opera North, English National Opera and D’Oyly Carte.

From the producers of Mozart by Candlelight and Baroque by Candlelight.

Starts @ 8 pm. Tickets: €25/€23 conc. | Available from Box Office Tel: 051-874402 or www.theatreroyal.ie

 

American Wrestling, Friday 7th February 2020 at 7:30pm

tr2The Earth will shake and shatter, when World’s Collide this year…

As the WRESTLING.IE – WARRIORS take to the ring, for an epic-encounter!!!
The Arena will crumble, as the American Wrestling Superstars get ready to rumble…

In a one-night, Knockout Championship Tournament… to crown a new champion!!!
Cheer the GOODIES, boo the BADDIES, and get your tickets today…
For the family-bonding experience of the year!!!

A sell-out crowd is expected, BOOK NOW to avoid disappointment…
So, what are you waiting for… Do we have to twist your arm???
Starts @ 7.30 pm. Tickets: €16/€13 Children & Seniors

from Box Office or www.theatreroyal.ie

 

Jason Byrne – Wrecked but Ready, Saturday 8th February 2020 at 8:00pm

tr3The Star of ‘Ireland’s Got Talent’ – Jason Byrne has had a hard year. But he doesn’t want to talk about that. He’s wrecked but ready. Ready for a laugh. This show is a celebration. A celebration of triumph over adversity. A celebration of the fact that everybody’d got their own crap going on and they don’t need to listen to someone else moaning about their problems. So, leave your worries at the door and find out why ‘The Times’ described Jason as ‘The Outright King of Live Comedy’.

www.jasonbyrne.ie

There is no support act. This show is for over 15’s only.

Starts @ 8pm. Tickets: €23

Tickets available from Box Office or www.theatreroyal.ie

 

Who’s Sorry Now? The Story Of Connie Francis (& Bobby Darin), Sunday 9th February 2020 at 3pm

tr4From her first big hit, Who’s Sorry Now? Connie Francis dominated the American charts in the 50’s and 60’s with huge hits like Stupid Cupid, Lipstick on Your Collar, and Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool, and soon Hollywood movies beckoned. Who’s Sorry Now? tells the story of her amazing career and her doomed love affair with singer Bobby Darin.

Aimed at the generation of Irish people who were raised on a diet of singalong and great music, these concerts celebrate in song and story the amazing lives of movie and musical icons and are literally selling out concert halls all across Ireland. Video/film clips, photos and even the song lyrics are projected onto a giant screen, and combined with a full band, a compelling story, and a programme of brilliant music, this is an afternoon of bliss for music and theatre lovers alike!

Written and directed by Cathal MacCabe. Starring singers Linda Kenny, Damian Smith, Alf McCarthy (MC) and our Great Singalong Songbook band (MD Alan Carney). An afternoon of singing you simply cannot afford to miss!

Tea/ coffee and delicious cakes served before the show and at the interval

Start 3pm, Sunday 9th February.

Tickets €19 available from Box Office 051-874401 or www.theatreroyal.ie

 

Theatre Royal, The Mall, Waterford

Office: 051 853626 Ext: 3 | Box Office: 051 874402

www.theatreroyal.ieFacebook/theatreroyal@theatreroyalw

Click HERE to view the Spring 2020 brochure.

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