Whale Theatre Shows


Zrazy Duo in Concert

Having hit the ground running, with numerous awards in Europe and the USA – including Irish Music Critics’ Best New Band as well as USA Glama and Outmusic awards – Zrazy have released five albums over the years, their latest, The Art Of Happy Accidents, being nominated for Hot Press’ Album Of The Year in 2016.
Is it any wonder that The Irish Indepedent describes them as ‘the somewhat brilliant Zrazy’, whilst The Irish Times were overwhelmed by their ‘glorious, free-spirited jazz’. Find out what the fuss is all about when Walsh and Nelson make their Greystones debut and perfrom as a Duo in an intimate setting.
USA GLAMA for Best Song with Remember (That You Did It First With Me)
USA OutMusic award for Best Album Dream On
Gold Disc for a No.1 Hit in Ireland with Ooh Aah Paul McGrath
USA BillBoard song competition top 3 winner with Private Wars
HOT PRESS Album of the Year nominee 2016 for The Art of Happy Accidents
“Maria Walsh and Carole Nelson have musical talent to burn… They specialise in a blend of smooth jazz, cocktail lounge soul and funk that’s infused with dance-come-electronica textures and rhythms – topped with lithe and enchanting vocals. These diverse elements are melded, and duly stamped with the unique Zrazy signature, it is one hell of a brew… the work of a class act” – Hot Press
“Glorious free-spirited jazz'” – Irish Times
“They take their audiences on a roller coast ride of music that is downright soulful and sexy”  – Time Out, London
Friday 26th April @ 8pm (Doors 7pm) Tickets €16/€14
www.whaletheatre.ie or call the booking office on 01 2010550

Still Don’t Make No Sense: The Music of Stop Making Sense

You’ve watched the film, heard the album and gone to the screenings in the Sugar Club, the Lighthouse and Electric Picnic. Now Playback bring you a live re-enactment of Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense.
Floor lamp? Check. Big suit? Check. A tape they’d like to play? Check. Come and watch as the band blast through all sixteen of the songs from the film, including classics like “Psycho Killer”, “Once in a Lifetime”, “Burning Down the House” and “This Must Be the Place”.

Playback is an “album tribute band” made up of some of Dublin’s finest singers and musicians. They have previously performed Bob Dylan’s Blonde on Blonde and David Bowie’s Aladdin Sane in full and have headlined shows at venues and events such as the Grand Social, Bello Bar and David Bowie Festival. They have expanded to an eight-piece for this show in order to do justice to the movie’s backing vocals, synth solos and conga workouts.

Justin McCann – vocals, synth
Cathal Farrelly – vocals, guitar
Paula Size – vocals
Karen Williams – vocals
Alan Maguire – guitar
Gordon Dunning – bass
Mark Finlay – drums
Ronan Slater – percussion
Saturday 20th April @ 8pm (Doors 7pm) Tickets €16/€14
www.whaletheatre.ie or call the booking office on 01 2010550

An Evening with Aoife O’Connell and Ross Scanlon

Join Wicklow’s best loved singers soprano Aoife O’Connell and tenor Ross Scanlon for an evening of operatic greats and musical theatre favourites. Featuring composers such as Mozart, Puccini, Gershwin, and Rodgers and Hammerstein it is guaranteed to be an evening to remember.
Having sung in some of the UK and Europe’s finest venues, Ross and Aoife are delighted to be back home to join forces in the intimate setting of the Whale Theatre in Greystones.
Saturday 13th April @ 8pm (Doors 7pm) Tickets €18/€16

www.whaletheatre.ie or call the booking office on 01 2010550


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