IRELAND’S CALL with Dave Monks
11th Mar 2018 - 11th Mar 2018Starring
Dave Monks About The Show
SUNDAY 11 MAR 2018 Show starts 14.00 - PMB
SUNDAY 11 MAR 2018 Show starts 18.30 - PMB
(Venues opens 90 minutes before show for picnic dinner)
Irish vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Dave Monks presents an evening which is jam-packed with nostalgia and features the most popular sing-a-long and clap-along Irish songs of all time.
Dave’s proven repertoire of esteemed Irish classics mixed with a touch of the Blarney in his treasury of tales and humour, are always sure to get your hands clapping. The folky feel of the music is accentuated by his mastery of the fiddle, banjo, guitar, harmonica, tin whistle and vocals.
Of course, no Irish show would be complete without the good old faithful’s like Danny Boy, Galway Bay, Whiskey in the Jar, Paddy McGinty’s Goat, Delaney’s Donkey to name a few but “Ireland’s Call” introduces you to a whole new generation of Irish favourites plus a couple of brand new Irish songs composed by Dave Monks.
Dave Monks is an established gig artist having “paid his dues” over the last many years and has been extremely fortunate to have performed in almost every corner of South Africa as well as Ireland, England, South Korea, USA, Portugal, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Swaziland, and Abu Dhabi.
Dave is a well-known and respected entertainer on the South African music scene.
This family show is suitable for all ages.
So join Dave Monks for what is sure to be a rousing and exciting evening of nostalgic, sing-a-long fun.
P.s Remember to wear something green!
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R 150-00 a ticket
(R 130-00 Pensioners)
NOTE – Pensioner Discounts apply 1st weekend ONLY
Loyalty Card Holders (R 120-00)
Contact Roland for large group booking discounts – 20 or more
(Braais will be available should you wish to cook some meat – DBN ONLY)
Limited secure parking available Booking is essential.
Bar Available (no alcohol may be brought on to the premises)
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