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Irish theme to Palace Theatre shows in March

Posted onPosted on 7th Feb

Two shows have an Irish theme at Mansfield’s Palace Theatre in March.

Riverdance meets Mrs Brown at an Irish hooley in Ireland the show on Thursday 9 March.

Join an all-star cast of Irish singers and performers, accompanied by Keltic Storm band and world champion Keltic Fusion Irish dancers for a show that takes you through the decades of a globally-loved culture .

The show has received high acclaim and will feature all the well-known ballads and singalongs like Dirty Old Town and The Irish Rover, plus hilarious stories and jokes from an award-winning comedian, topped off with energetic jigs.

Irish Annie’s, starring Ricky Tomlinson and coming on Thursday, 30 March, is a celebration of Irish culture, from the music to the comedy. It features a live five-piece band, Shenanigans, and an additional cast of five actors/performers.

Meet landlady Annie and her regular madcap customers for a fun night out of comedy and music, featuring original tracks written for the show by Asa Murphy, along with your all-time favourite Irish tunes including Galway Shawl, Tell Me Ma, Dirty Old Town, Whiskey In The Jar, Danny Boy and many more.

Looking further ahead, One Night in Dublin on Wednesday 13 September will have high-energy Irish music.

The multi-award-winning Irish tribute band The Wild Murphys feature  live musicians playing a mix of traditional and contemporary tunes. The seven-piece live band is headed by lead singer Middi Murphy, alongside Trevor Brewis (Jimmy Nail) on drums, Tony Davis (Prelude) on keys and the BBC award-winning fiddle player Sophy Ball.

In their own inimitable style, The Wild Murphys celebrate Irish classics wwith tracks including Galway Girl, Tell Me Ma, Dirty Old Town, The Irish Rover, Brown Eyed Girl, Seven Drunken Nights, Sally MacLennane, When You Were Sweet Sixteen, Whiskey in the Jar, Wild Rover and Molly Malone, to name just a few.

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