Musical lovers can rejoice as there will be plenty of huge shows coming to Ireland in the new year.
The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre announced their 2024 schedule and it is jampacked.
Here are six of the biggest shows coming to Irish shores next year!
Joanne McNally Prosecco Express Tour
We adore Joanne and we can’t wait to laugh up a storm with her when she brings her Prosecco Express to the main stage.
She’s been touring the world with her gas comedy show.
Joanne is performing for five nights the 8th of January to the 13th.
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It’s the show that took over the world.
And now it’s coming to Irish shores. The rap musical tells the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton who was a key member in the War of Independence and set up of the independent state.
Its Irish debut runs from 17th September until 16th November.
The film might be delayed but that doesn’t mean that you can’t see the stage show!
The fan favourite musical tells the story of the Wizard of Oz from the point of view of the Wicked Witch and looks at how she became, well, Wicked!
Wicked flies back to Dublin for a seven-week run from 23rd July to 15th September.
The Wizard of Oz
Want to keep things classic?
Well, the Wizard of Oz is also coming to the Bord Gáis stage and why not take the whole family to see the truly iconic musical!
The beautiful musical will run between the 28th of May and the 8th of June
We all love the movie, but now you can experience the magic of Pretty Woman: The Musical.
The musical is making it’s Irish debut with music written by Bryan Adams.
Check it out from the 2nd to the 13th of July 2024.
Come From Away
You may not have heard of Come From Away but you definitely will need to!
The true story tells the tale of a group of passengers stranded in a small Canadian town in the aftermath of 9/11.
The cult classic is being performed from the 11th to the 22nd of June.
We mean, it’s not a list of musicals without Grease, now is it?
The iconic musical is the perfect evening out!
Head to Rydell High from the 23rd of April to the 4th of May
You can find out more here.