Bord Gáis Energy Theatre hosted a special event to celebrate the launch of a spectacular new season for 2024!
At the event 6 new shows were exclusively announced. These include the acclaimed Broadway musical Come From Away (11-22 June 2024). The iconic courtroom drama Twelve Angry Men(16-20 April 2024)and brand new musical productions; Pretty Woman (2-13 July 2024) featuring original music by Bryan Adams and I Should be So Lucky (07-11 May 2024) which blends drama and the music of pop super-producers Stock, Aiken, and Waterman. Also announced today is the return of the Dublin Dance Festival, with 13 Tongues (14-15 May 2024) and the sensational violinist Vladamir Jablokov with Vivaldi’s Four Seasons (24 -25 May).
Music mogul, Pete Waterman took centre stage at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre to talk about the new musical, which is named after one of his greatest pop productions. Those in attendance were also treated to intimate soulful performances from Ashford Campbell from the Olivier Best new musical nominee The Drifters Girl (30 Jan- 03 Feb) packed with the band’s iconic hits along with stars from one of the most loved family favorite shows of all time – Grease (23 April -04 May) and Come From Away (11-22 June 2024).
The newly announced shows join an already impressive lineup of productions that will come to Ireland for the first time in 2024 including the beautifully stage-crafted play Life of Pi (27 Feb-02 March 2024) Disney’s timeless, magical musical Aladdin (20 March- 14 April), the Palladium production of Wizard of Oz (28 May- 8 June), What’s on Stage, Winner of Best new Musical of What’s on Stage Awards –Bonnie & Clyde (16 -20 July) and of course the worldwide phenomenon, Hamilton makes its long-awaited Irish debut running from 17 September until 16 November.
Due to popular demand The Rocky Horror Show (15-20 January), Sister Act (13-24 February) and the iconic Wicked flies back to Dublin for a 7-week run from 23 July to 15 September.
Bord Gáis Energy Theatrehas previously played host to some electrifying live music and 2024 will be no exception. The RTÉ National Concert Orchestra (and special guests) perform songs of David Bowie (09 February) .Tommy Fleming (03 March) makes his annual appearance and comedian and actor Rob Brydon brings a “A Night of Songs & Laughter” (26 March). The Nelson Riddle Orchestra(28 April) conducted by Christopher Riddle will be performing the musical arrangement of hits made famous by Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Linda Ronstadt, and Ella Fitzgerald.
Special event highlights include Joanne McNally’s record breaking Prosecco Express Tour for 5 nights (8-13 January), mentalist Keith Barry presents Mind Games (27 January) followed by an evening with David Suchet; Poirot and More (28 January).
The new season programme will also feature unmissable dance and opera productions including Sao Paolo Dance Company (05-06 February), Ashley Banjo’s Diversity (25 February) and the return of Strictly favourites Anton and Giovanni (14 July) for one night only and Soprano Sinéad Campbell-Wallace, who amazed audiences as Tosca in 2022, returns to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in the title role as the princess Salome Irish National Opera production Salome (12-16 March).
The 2024 season is set to delight, captivate and inspire!
Stephen Faloon, General Manager Bord Gáis Energy Theatre said ‘ I am beyond excited to introduce the 2024 season programme at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, boasting an incredible lineup of the finest live entertainment, guaranteed to delight, captivate, and inspire! Featuring the very best of Irish theatre, sensational Broadway and West End musicals, magnificent opera, family favourites, engaging talks, and one-of-a-kind events as well as emotional drama, electrifying live music and groundbreaking dance spectaculars. It is our wish that this specially curated programme of events from around the world delivers a diverse, exciting and unparalleled experience for you, our audience.
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