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A Busy 2022 Ahead for Theatre, Music, Comedy & More!

A Busy 2022 Ahead for Theatre, Music, Comedy & More!
2 December, 2021

The new year is just around the corner and we're lining up a bumper season, with a large number of shows booked in already. Whatever your interest the Hawk’s Well has something for everyone as 2022 rolls around.

It all starts on new year’s day, with the annual visit from Reeling in the Showband Years. Ever popular for the showband generation, it’s led as usual by Red Hurley, and features a host of names from the era including Eurovision winner Linda Martin.  

The schedule is simply bursting with music, and in January, Kieran Goss and Annie Kinsella bring their sublime sounds, Sean Keane takes his Return tour to Sligo, and in a treat for Irish music fans, Declan Nerney with special guests Louise Morrisey and John Hogan take to the Hawk’s Well stage.

With operatic sensations the Celtic Tenors, Irish country star Patrick Feeney’s Gospel Show, respected singer song writer Declan O’Rourke, and Luke Thomas & The Swing Cats sharing The Story of Swing, the Hawk’s Well is the place to be for gigs in 2022. Cliona Hagan will be covering the Dolly Parton Songbook meanwhile, Don Baker will bring the blues, and Irish legend Eleanor McEvoy will also visit Temple Street in the first half of the year.

In musical theatre, Irish National Opera bring Vivaldi’s Bajazet, while Carpet Theatre present Breath – a Music Play, both in January. What Daily Ireland called; “the funniest show you will see this year!” meanwhile, Dirty Dusting starring Jake Carter brushes away the cobwebs in February.

In comedy, there’s plenty to tickle the funny bone each month. The king of farming satire, Farmer Michael & Friends returns in January, while Joanne McNally tackles the trials and tribulations of modern life with hilarious, charming, irreverence in February. Jason Byrne brings his brand new On Your Marks, Get Set … Gig! show in February, Neil Delamere returns with Liminal in March, and ‘County Down's finest’; comedian and presenter Patrick Kielty straddles the Borderline in April.

In theatre, Beezneez present the world premiere of John McDwyer’s new play, Twilight in February, and Seamus O’Rourke’s hilariously funny, yet a poignant look at small-town life in rural Ireland, The Handyman, takes place the same month. A love-letter to life in rural Ireland, Patrick Kavanagh’s Tarry Flynn arrives in March, while recently announced, Pop Up Theatre will bring their take on Mel Brooks’ classic The Producers to life in April.

There’s much more besides, including Michael English’s Celebration tour, a tribute to The Eagles, magic from Joe the Magician, shows for kids, and more, all happening during the year.

For more information on all these fantastic events, or to purchase tickets, click on the links above, or call the box office on Box Office on 071 916 1518.

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