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Remembering Joe - The Original Joe Dolan Show with The Dolan Family

The Dolan Family presents a Musical Tribute Show to their late Uncle and Brother

Ballymaloe Grainstore audiences loved this show in 2019, so we’ve invited the Dolans back in 2020!

’No Show Like A Joe Show’ was the catchphrase used to describe Joe’s live shows and how they put people in a happy mood.  This night in will do the same and will have you singing along to all those famous hits!

George Murphy

George Murphy and the Rising Sons.

At only 33 years of age, George Murphy has lived an entire life in music.

Steeped in the tradition and folklore of Ireland’s greatest folk legends, George shot to fame overnight as the winner of You’re a Star along with a No. 1 album produced by Phil Coulter. His brilliant version of Raglan Road was matched only by the great Luke Kelly.

The Bee Gees Story

Christmas Night Out! 

You can't see the Bee Gees anymore, but they are Stayin’ Alive in this ‘Nights on Broadway’ tribute show with the incredible music of brothers Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb. You will be dancing, yea!

The Bee Gees sold more than 120 million albums with massive hits such as You Should Be Dancing, Night Fever, Stayin’ Alive, Jive Talkin’, How Deep Is Your Love, Massachusetts, Too Much Heaven, and I’ve Got To Get A Message To You.

Dirty Dusting

Starring The X Factor’s Mary Byrne

A hilarious comedy about three pensioner cleaners who start a telephone sex line… and that’s when the fun really begins.

A trio of 70-something hard-working cleaners are facing the axe. They might be past their best, beyond their sell-by date and over the hill but they certainly won’t take threats of redundancy lying down. These game ‘girls’ set up a phone sex service, known as The Telephone Belles, and that’s when the fun really begins.

Boo At Ballymaloe

Families looking for an exciting midterm can follow the theatrical trail to Cork’s not-to-be-missed Halloween spectacular, BOO! at Ballymaloe taking place from 25th to 31st October. 

The spooky interactive experience for all the family will completely transform the East Cork venue as a host of exciting characters ensure all guests will be spooked and spellbound in equal measure. 

Treat your little spooks to some Frightful Family Fun.

Ballymaloe Craft Fair

Over the past 10 years, the Ballymaloe Craft Fair has built a national reputation as the pre-eminent craft show outside of Dublin and every year it gets bigger and better. Be sure to visit Ballymaloe Grainstore (upstairs and down!), The Carrigaun Room, Vintage hub, food emporium and Big Shed for an impressive array of textiles, glassware, sculptures, art, woodwork, jewelry, leather goods, and unique local and national crafty gifts.

Phil Coulter

Join Phil and his special guest, Geraldine Branagan.

Phil’s long career as a songwriter, producer and recording artist has been recognised internationally over the years. Very few in the music business can boast of having chart entries in every decade since the sixties.  Even fewer can match the range of Phil’s output – from Eurovision winners to folk classics, from tender ballads to sporting anthems, from Luke Kelly to Elvis Presley!

Colin Stafford-Johnson: My Wild Atlantic Journey

Join wildlife filmmaker Colin Stafford-Johnson on a journey of discovery along the western seaboard of Ireland. Colin has been walking, exploring and filming wildlife along Ireland's wild Atlantic coast over the last 15 years.  He recently presented the BBC series 'Wild Ireland - Edge of the World' - that featured some of his highlights. But there are many more! 

Come and hear tales of adventure and misadventure from years spent tracking down some of Ireland's most elusive creatures - all accompanied by stunning visuals that will make you wish you were there.

Tom Russell

The greatest living folk-country songwriter is a man named Tom Russell. - Rolling Stone Magazine

The grandfather of Americana, whose deadpan sense of humour and powerful songwriting set him apart. – The Guardian

Tom Russell is the best songwriter of the generation following Bob Dylan. - The Montreal Gazette

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