The Three Tenors Ireland
With the panto sold out, Jack L sold out and ABBA sold out, this season is more than a cracker in Naas.
However, don't be disappointed if you've missed out on these performances, as the Moat have many great events still to come, so here’s a sample for you.
CHRISTMAS CROONERS is packed with festive favourites and the Christmas hits of Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole and Ol’ Blue Eyes himself, Frank Sinatra. Staged in the delightful style of Andy Williams Christmas Shows, this production comes complete with décor to get you in the spirit. Friday 15 December for one night only, tickets €22.
On Sunday 17 December RUDOLPH SAVES CHRISTMAS is back by popular demand! This show is ideal for little ones aged three to seven; however, it’s suitable for families and children of all ages.
The THREE TENORS IRELAND come back to Naas on Saturday 16 December. With music from Sinatra, The Dubliners, Pavarotti and more, they do have a habit of filling the house every year.
Tenor PATRICK HYLAND will be back with yet another stunning performance on Wednesday 20 December.
And CEOLA'S CHRISTMAS CONCERT will have choral classics and special guest, the amazing tenor, Eoin Hynes, that will bring you back to your childhood the way only music can. The Moat are running a monster raffle on the lead up to this night. Grab a ticket at the box office and make sure The Show Goes On...as it must!
As for a good laugh, NEIL DELAMERE has sold out on December 27 but he is back in January for one night. Check him out on Wednesday 24.
With Christmas movies too (Miracle on 34th Street) and the return of Smash & Grab, with their own special take on Aladdin & The Flying Carpet, opening on December 28, staying local has never been easier. SMASH & GRAB are almost SOLD OUT too so get your skates on and book for those messers today.
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