Dublin Beatles Festival presents THE AFTERNOON TICKET


Date: 07 Nov 2020
Time: 2pm
Ticket Price: €17.50 BUY TICKET

Dublin Beatles Festival presents

THE AFTERNOON TICKET

 

Date: 07 Nov 2020

Time: 2.00pm to 5.00pm

Ticket Price: €17.50 (plus booking fee)

THE AFTERNOON TICKET gets you entry to the following events:

 

2.00pm – Doors Open

2.15pm – ‘George, I Can Still Feel Your Kiss In My Tummy’

2.30pm – Fiach Moriarty plays songs from The Beatles

3.00pm – Challenge ‘The Beatle Brain of Ireland’

3.45pm – World premiere of a new John Lennon radio documentary 

Here are some details about these four events.

GEORGE, I CAN STILL FEEL YOUR KISS IN MY TUMMY

This short play is about George Harrison and his very first girlfriend.  This will be its debut performance.  A world premiere!  The play will be performed by Joan Fleetwood.  It is written and directed by Stephen Kennedy.  

FIACH MORIARTY PLAYS SONGS FROM THE BEATLES

When it comes to Dublin ‘ledge-bags’ Fiach Moriarty is right up there at the very top.  He plays great, he sings great, and he writes great songs.  On Saturday, November 7th, Fiach will be playing a set of songs from The Beatles… but check out his own tunes too over at www.fiachmusic.com.        

CHALLENGE ‘THE BEATLE BRAIN OF IRELAND’

Steven Cockcroft is the reigning Beatle Brain of Ireland.  On November 7th we are going to give three people a chance to challenge him and win some fantastic prizes.  The three challengers will be selected from the audience on the day and brought on stage to each go head-to-head with Steven.  This event will be hosted by Denny and Steve from QUIZ-TASTIC.  (Please note: Steven and Steve are not the same person!)   

WORLD PREMIERE OF A NEW JOHN LENNON RADIO DOCUMENTARY

Sarah Stacey is a radio producer who works at Today FM.  She is also a lifelong Beatles fanatic who has spent the last few months making a new audio documentary which explores the legacy of John Lennon 40 years after his murder in New York.  The Dublin Beatles Festival are honoured to have the world premiere of this new documentary.      

 

Workman’s Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2

Doors 2.00pm. 

Ticket Price: €17.50 (plus booking fee)