Beatles Day @ The Workman’s Club

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The Workman's Club, Saturday 27th November

Afternoon Ticket €10: 2-5pm

‘George, I Can Still Feel Your Kiss In My Tummy':
This short play is about George Harrison and his very first girlfriend. This will be its debut performance. A world premiere! The play will be performed by Joan Fleetwood. It is written and directed by Stephen Kennedy.

Fiach Moriarty plays songs from The Beatles:
When it comes to Dublin ‘ledge-bags’ Fiach Moriarty is right up there at the very top. He plays great, he sings great, and he writes great songs. On Saturday, November 27th, Fiach will be playing a set of songs from The Beatles… but check out his own tunes too over at

The Nothing Is Real Podcast:
Nothing Is Real is the world’s best podcast about The Beatles. (We know this because we’ve done many years of nerdy research!) It is presented by two hardcore Beatle experts – Jason Carty and Steven Cockcroft. On Saturday, November 27th, at the Workman’s, they are going to record a very special live episode on the topic of THE BEATLES IN IRELAND.

Evening Ticket €20: 8-11pm

The Cavern Rock ‘n' Roll Party w/The Rockets:
Brian Epstein first saw The Beatles playing live at the Cavern Club in Liverpool in November 1961. In order to mark the 60th anniversary of that historic occasion – The Rockets are going to play a set of rock ‘n’ roll songs which The Beatles performed at that stage in their career. That is to say, songs from Elvis Presley, Eddie Cochran, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Gene Vincent, Little Richard, and more. The Rockets play it all with raw energy and good old fashioned rock attitude. These guys have played at festivals all over Ireland and the UK – and they have even headlined at the Cavern during Liverpool’s International Beatle Week.

Jon Ward plays songs from The Beatles: 
The Dublin Beatles Festival started nine years ago. Jon Ward has performed at most of those festivals, and he has stolen the show every single time. Jon is pure quality. He has an incredible singing voice and enough natural stage presence to fill Shea Stadium… twice. Jon headlined Beatles Day in 2019 with his band The Newspaper Taxi Men – and this year he’s back to play a special solo set. It’s going to be FAB!

Saturday 27th November
From 2.00pm
€10 - €20
The Workman's Club, Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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