The Three Tenors

Mill Theatre, Saturday 23rd April

They say ‘there is no show like this Three Tenors show anywhere’. And it’s true…it’s different, enjoyable, uplifting and entertaining! You are going to love this performance!

Celtic flavoured with a blend of classical and fun, it’s the fabulous mix of carefully selected popular and inspiring songs beautifully arranged and sung with passion that draws in people, who can easily connect with the three warm engaging singers Kenneth O’Regan, Paul Feery, and Kevin Fagan. A unique wide mix of Classic Hits are featured.

Hailed as ‘Ireland’s Greatest Voices’ The Three Tenors will play on Saturday 15th January at 8pm, performing Classic Hits such as ‘Caledonia’ ‘Perfect Symphony’ ‘Green Fields of France’ ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ ‘Nessun Dorma’ and ‘Have I Told You Lately’ as well as a special collection of popular Hits from The Dubliners, Ed Sheeran, Springsteen, Van Morrisson and Andrea Bocelli.

Creating a storm around the country and beyond, The Three Tenors are well established and are the only Irish trio to perform annually for the past ten years in such prestigious venues as the National Concert Hall Dublin (with important fan President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins attending), Cork Opera House, Dublin Castle, and Belfast Lyric Theatre. They have also performed in Cathedrals in Armagh, Galway & Christ Church Dublin. In October 2021, a sold-out performance with the trio, took place in the famous historic St. Patrick’s Cathedral Dublin city. They are noted for their friendliness & warm connection with their audience.


Date:
Saturday 23rd April
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€33
Address:
dlr Mill Theatre Dundrum, Dundrum, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of dlr Mill Theatre Dundrum, Dundrum, Dublin, Ireland

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