A musical journey from Gospel spirituals to funk. Soul music broke down racial barriers as both white and black could celebrate and share an art form in a way that would have been inconcievable decades previously.
The show features performances and narration by Karen Underwood with live band.
The Story of Soul will have you singing in your seats!
Donal O’Kelly pulls out all the stops in this new stream-of-consciousness thriller, Little Thing, Big Thing.
In Nigeria, a frightened child puts an old roll of film into the hands of Dublin-bound teacher Sister Martha (Sorcha Fox). In Dublin, ex-con Larry (Donal O’Kelly), with a wounded backside, has to get out of the city to rob a convent.
By Donal O’Kelly & Directed by Jim Culleton
A bearded stranger hiding in a barn is mistaken as Jesus Christ by local children. Influenced by stories they have heard in school they decide to protect the stranger.
However the towns adults feel differently and a manhunt ensues – is this Jesus Christ in human form or a dangerous criminal?
Jack Foley has a sore toe and it’s not getting any better! He thinks back to when he was young and dreamed of joining the circus. But those days are gone and now, old and grey he sits by his radio twiddling the dials on his memories.
Escape into the magic world of Jack Foley with hilarious antics, colourful characters and charming chapters from Mr. Foley’s past
Brought to you by one of Ireland’s leading Children’s Theatre – Theatre Lovett – The House that Jack Filled / A Feast of Bones
Star of The Panel, One Night Stand, Live at the Apollo and double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Andrew Maxwell is coming to Siamsa Tíre as a part of his nationwide tour.
“One of the most significant comedians working in the country today...” Irish Independent
This hilarious funny and fearlessly intelligent young man will grace our stage with a hugely successful show
Tues 11th to Sat 15th of March at 8pm
Tues 18th & Wed 19th
Wed 19th March at 8pm
Thurs 20th Mar at 8pm
Sat 22nd of March at 8pm
Sun 23rd of Mar at 6.30pm
Fri 28th & Sat 29th March at 8pm
Wed 2nd Apr at 2pm
Thurs 3rd of April at 8pm
Siamsa Tíre in Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland celebrates Irish Culture and is home to the National Folk Theatre of Ireland. This spring, we have a packed programme of events from Drama and Comedy, to Classical Music and Dance.
During the summer, our Festival of Folk brings together visitors from all over the world to enjoy the best of Irish culture and entertainment in Irish music, song and dance in our beautiful theatre in Tralee. From May to the end of September our schedule is packed with all kinds of Folk Theatre, Drama, Concerts, and Workshops in Irish Dance and Song.
Check us out on Trip Advisor, see one of our best dancers in actions - the fabulous footwork of John Fitzgerald, watch video clips of two of our most popular and acclaimed shows Oilean and Clann Lir,
For the best of What’s On in Kerry in Irish arts and entertainment, come and join us for a performance in our wonderful theatre in Tralee, looking out over the Slieve Mish Mountains and the Dingle Peninsula. More about Kerry and Tralee ...