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Dublin's Irish Tenors & the Celtic Ladies

Dublin's Irish Tenors & the Celtic Ladies

Two of Ireland’s best-loved groups DUBLIN’S IRISH TENORS and THE CELTIC LADIEScombine to present one beautiful concert tour of New Zealand next month.

Moving tirelessly from opera to pop, jazz to classical, each member of DUBLIN’S IRISH TENORS and THE CELTIC LADIES showcase their unique talents, from lively fiddling, to marvellous melodies, to perfected piano pieces.

These two groups bring an excellent mix of traditional Irish tunes, adult contemporary and classical music.

Hits powerfully and beautifully performed throughout the concert include Danny Boy, Cockles and Mussels, Twist & Shout, Hey Jude, Nessun Dorma, That’s Life, You Raise Me Up, Scarborough Fair, We Are the Champions, Smile, O Sole Mio, Loch Lomond, Rolling in the Deep and Ticket to Ride.

Each number carefully choreographed to combine different additional elements and actions such as dancing humour, special effects, sets and audience interaction enhance the total audience enjoyment of the show.

DUBLIN’S IRISH TENORS and THE CELTIC LADIES have become one of the most popular shows Ireland has seen in years. With wonderful harmonies and lilting melodies, listen in amazement as these talented singers take you on a breathtaking musical journey.


November City Venue Tickets
Sunday 12 Auckland ASB Theatre, Aotea Centre Ticketmaster
Monday 13 Tauranga Baycourt Theatre Ticketek
Tuesday 14 Napier Municipal Theatre Ticketek
Thursday 16 New Plymouth TSB Theatre Ticketek
Friday 17 Palmerston North Regent on Broadway Ticket Direct
Saturday 18 Wellington Opera House Ticketek
Sunday 19 Blenheim ASB Theatre Ticketek
Monday 20 Christchurch Aurora Centre Ticketek
Wednesday 22 Ashburton Trust Centre Ticket Direct
Thursday 23 Oamaru Opera House Ticket Direct
Friday 24 Dunedin Town Hall Ticketmaster
Saturday 25 Invercargill Civic Theatre Ticket Direct


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