Celtic Cry to be staged at Watergate

THE Watergate Theatre is delighted to announce the launch of their summer show “Celtic Cry” which will run in the theatre during the months of July and August.

THE Watergate Theatre is delighted to announce the launch of their summer show “Celtic Cry” which will run in the theatre during the months of July and August.

Celtic Cry tells the story of the history of Ireland from the beginning of time with the arrival of the Firbolg (The Gaels) to their Isle of Destiny as was fortold to them by Moses. The show dramatizes Ireland’s history with music, song, dance and stories of the land of Tir na nOg, Queen Mebh (the great warrior queen), Cu Chulainn (an Dearg Doom), the mighty Fianna warriors, the Tain Bo Culailgne, the High Kings of Ireland, Brian Boru and his battle with the Vikings at the Battle of Clontarf and much more.

Singer/Songwriter Martin Brennan began writing original material for the Celtic Cry show in 2010. Now with the help of musical director John Travers and a cast of international musicians which includes Adrian Jackson, Chip Weckl, Lotta Verkunen and Mick Foley.

Celtic Cry will take to the Watergate Theatre stage on July 4, 5, 11, 12, 18 and 19 and on August 1, 2, 22, 23, 29 and 30. Tickets cost €10/€5 (056) 77 61674 www.watergatetheatre.com. The show will be performed 7pm nightly.