Seven Drunken Nights – The Story Of The Dubliners Preview – Opera House, Manchester

Seven Drunken Nights
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Tourism Ireland has partnered up with the West End hit show Seven Drunken Nights – The Story Of The Dubliners. It’s a show that has inspired audiences all over Great Britain to visit the island of Ireland.

This critically-acclaimed production, now in its fifth year of touring, begins a unique and exciting partnership. So, this partnership celebrates a deep passion for Ireland.

Roots Of Seven Drunken Nights

Starting from their roots in O’Donoghue’s Pub in Dublin, Seven Drunken Nights – The Story of the Dubliners covers everything. So, it features all the highlights of an amazing fifty years. And it tells the story of the Irish folk band that would take the world by storm.

The cast includes several of Ireland’s most talented musicians, singers and storytellers. Furthermore, the show will play over 125 prestigious venues across the UK. So, amongst those are Manchester’s Opera House and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s infamous Adelphi Theatre in the West End.

There’s Irish craic, music and humour throughout; what’s not to love? Seven Drunken Nights immerses its audiences in the atmosphere of Ireland. So, it gives people the chance to celebrate through authentic music and creative theatre, all part of Ireland’s rich cultural history.

This world-class show will perform to millions of Irish music lovers and theatregoers across the world. Furthermore, it will preview the new Tourism Ireland advert. So, it’s a perfect fit for the promotional campaign #FillYourHeartWithIreland.

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Julie Wakley, Tourism Ireland’s Head of Great Britain, commented: “Tourism Ireland is delighted to be working with this production, the island of Ireland is world-renowned for its vibrant music and culture offering and the show will bring a taste of this to audiences all over GB, ensuring that Ireland remains front of mind among prospective travellers and inspiring future visits to the destination.”

Ged Graham, creator and co-producer of the show, added: “This is such an exciting time for Seven Drunken Nights, it feels amazing to have the support of Tourism Ireland as we head out on the road for our 5th-anniversary tour. The show has grown each year and this year is no different. We have such a loyal and enthusiastic fan base it’s fantastic to be promoting the country that means so much to me personally and to our audiences.”

Tickets For Seven Drunken Nights

You can buy tickets for Seven Drunken Nights at Manchester Opera House right now.