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Jukebox Cabaret

Friday 06 May - Sunday 15 May 2022

Jukebox Cabaret takes front and centre stage this January and February to begin our 40th Anniversary celebrations. Cabaret Jukebox is a theatre experience like no other ever seen in Bardic. The evening will feature songs from musical favourites like We Will Rock You!, Motown The Musical, The Rat Pack - Live at The Sands, Mamma Mia, Tina - The Musical and so much more all in an intimate cabaret setting.


Time: 8.00pm (7.30pm Sun)

Price: £20.00



Cash Returns

Saturday 5 March 2022

Cash Returns will be performing at the Bardic Theatre for what will no doubt be a very special evening. It has been hailed the greatest and most exciting Johnny Cash & June Carter Tribute in the UK and Ireland by fans and venue owners alike.

The show comprises of the award winning JP Mac as Johnny Cash, whose baritone voice, tone and onstage mannerisms are scarily uncanny to the Man in Black’s himself who also has even been endorsed by Johnny Cash’s very own Tennessee based drummer of near 40 years W.S (Fluke) Holland.

JP is then joined on stage by his sister Caroline, who takes on the role as June Carter, with her larger than life onstage presence and an even bigger voice to match. The dynamic combination of the two and their fantastic fully live 4-piece band are currently wowing audiences nationwide.

You can come along to hear all the classics from, ‘Folsom Prison Blues’ to ‘Ring of Fire, ‘Walk the Line’, right up to ‘Hurt’ and of course the smash duo hit ‘Jackson’, among many others.

If you’re a real fan of the Man in Black, or just want a great night out, you cannot afford to miss this spectacular show!

Time: 8.00pm

Price: £20.00



Glengarry Glen Ross

Friday 11 March - Saturday 19 March 2022

Glengarry Glen Ross is a play by David Mamet that won the Pulitzer Prize in 1984

The play shows parts of two days in the lives of four desperate Chicago real estate agents who are prepared to engage in any number of unethical, illegal acts—from lies and flattery to bribery, threats, intimidation and burglary—to sell undesirable real estate to unwitting prospective buyers. It is based on Mamet's experience having previously worked in a similar office.

It was nominated for four Tony awards including Best Play, Best Director, and two Best Featured Actor nominations.

Mamet's first produced screenplay was the 1981 production of The Postman Always Rings Twice, based on James M. Cain's novel. He received an Academy Award nomination one year later for the 1982 legal drama, The Verdict. He also wrote the screenplays for The Untouchables (1987), Hoffa (1992), The Edge (1997), Wag the Dog (1997), Ronin (1998), and Hannibal (2001). He received a second Academy Award nomination for Wag the Dog.

This shocking piece of theatre has continued to thrill audiences around the world for almost three decades. Widely considered one of David Mamet’s greatest works

Time: 8.00pm

Price: £15.00


Tommy Fleming - In Concert

Wednesday 23 March 2022

Exciting times for Tommy Fleming on the release of his latest album  “All These Years” – an album which reflects on ’30 years’ in the music industry.Tommy Fleming sings from his soul - He breathes raw emotion into each and every song, be it his own arrangement, a classic cover or a dynamic duet. Fluent and flawless, his unique voice has touched the hearts of many, right across the globe and when you see Tommy in full flight with his band you truly have been part of a journey that has reached sublime heights yet one that has never lost sight of its roots.

For ’30 years’ Tommy has shared his gift and enjoyed sharing the great stage with other Icons of the industry such as Elaine Paige, Kenny Rogers, Christy Hennessy, Phil Coulter, De Dannan, Mark Vincentand Vince Gill and many more. Generous to a fault he has also invited many emerging talents into his spotlight.

Unique, Honest, Emotive, Powerful, an Instrument of Passion, Dynamic are some of the terms which have been used to describe his voice – a voice that has reached out through a myriad of genres, sometimes difficult to classify but there is no doubt whatsoever that whether it is his infamous arrangement of “Danny Boy” or his latest co-written duet with Conal Early “The Bend in the Ocean”- Tommy Fleming delivers each song with a polished yet discreet finesse that casts it’s magic over a spellbound audience.

Tommy Fleming delivers a musical experience with a universal appeal to a broad age range and with his diverse repertoire there truly is something in each show for all tastes. Described as a singer whose voice has the remarkable ability of taking you into his world  fans will enjoy this ultimate celebration - “All these Years” an album and tour which reflects on the incredible success of the past “30 YEARS”.

Time: 8.00pm

Price: £27.50



The Field

Friday 1 April - Saturday 2 April 2022

The Field is set in rural Ireland during the mid-nineteen sixties….

“As a patriotic tenant farmer with a fearsome temper and an obsession with the field he has toiled for most of his life, the Bull McCabe epitomises the last stand in the protection of the old order, denying permission of entry to the impending industrial change which threatens the ‘status quo'.”
Based on a true story, this dark and at times, hilariously funny tale, by John B Keane is a work which went on to inspire one of Ireland’s most successful films.

Time: 8.00pm

Price: £15.00



Friday 08 April - The Burnavon Arts Centre, Cookstown - Book Here

Friday 22 April - Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen - Book Here

Saturday 23 April - Garage Theatre, Monaghan - Book Here

Friday 29 & Saturday 30 April - CRAIC Arts Centre, Coalisland - Book Here

Saturday 07 May - An Grianan, Letterkenny - Book Here

Thursday 12 May - Millenium Forum, Co. L'Derry - Book Here

An Evening with The Priests

Saturday 23 April 2022

In 2008, Fathers Eugene O Hagan, Martin O Hagan and David Delargy became an overnight sensation - 30 years in the making! One minute they were sitting in confession or making their way to isolated farms to meet members of their local community the next they were Guinness World Record holders when their eponymously titled first album became the fastest selling UK debut for a classical act and sold more over two million copies worldwide. Since then their albums have been released in over 40 countries and has taken them to three continents.

Like all of the world, the pandemic put an abrupt stop to musical proceedings, so The Priests are excited to be performing live once more. For this show of two halves, The Priests will be accompanied by renowned Northern Irish pianist, Ruth McGinley and will present many favourites such as Ave Maria, Amazing Grace, You Raise Me Up and You’ll Never Walk Alone.

Time: 8.00pm

Price: £30.00


Phelim & The Drew House Band

Saturday 11 June 2022

"Growing up I was always struck by the electricity generated by a concert given by The Dubliners. Looking back I can see clearly that the group was exceptional not only because of the individual strength of the performers but that combined they were a force of nature. That energy and excitement coupled with the unbridled joy of a Dubliner’s audience made for a nights entertainment that felt more like a party in full swing where the hosts and guests were in perfect harmony.

My ambitions as a singer have always been modest as a result! Along the road music has always played a big part in my tool box as an actor in shows like The Abbey Theatre production of The Risen People or Landmark/Olympia production of Once and, over the years, the enjoyment of playing small venues with friends. In the years since my father passed away I've come to enjoy listening back over his musical legacy and the wealth of material has reawakened not only a sense of pride but also deep appreciation.

With the upcoming shows I'll be telling a few yarns and singing some of the songs made famous by Ronnie, Luke, Barney, Ciaran and John. Joined by Anto Drennan on guitar and Bernard Kavanagh on bass the night will be made by a mix of folk and other musical influences that will go towards creating a performance that hopefully the audience can enjoy as much as we will."

Time: 8.00pm

Price: £15.00


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