What's On In Waterford December 4th - 10th 2023
Are you looking for something to do this week and weekend around Waterford city and county? Here's what's on in Waterford from December 4th - 10th 2023.
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A Narnia Christmas.
This is a stunning adaptation of the CS Lewis classic The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe running every weekend throughout Winterval. This one-hour show is suitable for families and young children
and there are two performances daily Friday to Sunday.
Tickets are available at https://www.winterval.ie/event/a-narnia-christmas
Bank Lane @ Itty Bittys.
Coming up this week in Waterford's Newest Performance Space, Bank Lane @ itty bittys, Saturday sees the world’s leading Daft Punk tribute act play Bank Lane with support from Ray C, & just announced Bank Lanes Comedy Club Xmas Party on Thursday, December 14th featuring Tony Kelly, Karl Spain & Danny O’Brien followed by live music with The Renegades
Tickets from www.banklane.ie
The Haven Hotel.
This Saturday sees the return of Proud Mary and the City Limits Band to The Haven Hotel. The amazing tribute to the late Tina Turner. Tickets are very limited and can be bought at thehavenhotel.com/events.
The Christmas craft market will take place from 11 am on Sunday along with live music in the bar from 5:30 pm
Franco Suede is a washed-up playwright and theatre director who returns to his hometown after a disastrous career in England. He puts on what he believes to be his most accomplished and brilliant show yet. The project rapidly descends into creative madness. The unfortunate cast member, his agent, theatre staff and even a naïve punter, all become engulfed in the maniacal ego trip that is The Franco Fiasco.
If you miss this dramatic portrayal of actors, directors, and life in the theatre, you will regret it almost as much as if you come to see it.
The Franco Fiasco stars Philip Cullen and Clodagh Kenny. Cast members are Richie McGuire, Joe Hodgkins, Louise Moore, Fillipe Lezo and Owen Griffin.It is co-directed by John Kennedy and Fillipe Lezo.
Admission is free, but tickets must be booked before attending. garterlane.ie