Michael English has established himself as one of Ireland’s top Country music stars since forming his own band just two years ago. An accomplished musician and songwriter, the Kildare man is now a big name on the circuit with his energetic performances that leave audiences wanting more. He returns to the Forum as part of his much awaited first Irish Concert Tour.
Host of Live At The Apollo and star of Radio 4, the great Hal is back ranting about the real evils of the modern world - over sharing on social media and the 5:2 diet. The more he complains the funnier he gets. Book Early.
Join the Ulster Orchestra for a creepy concert featuring some of the spookiest orchestral music there is. You’ll recognise Saint-Saens’ eerie Danse Macabre as the theme tune to Jonathan Creek; trolls, goblins and gnomes chase Peer Gynt in Grieg’s Hall of the Mountain King and you’ll be chilled to the bone as you spend a Night on Bald Mountain (Mussorgsky).
XFS returns to the Forum after the resounding success of the April 2016 show. This is the search for the next big fitness and bikini cover model from our country. The show is lively, fun and entertaining for all ages. With a live DJ playing onstage throughout the performance. This time the audience gets the chance to vote for the winners using a keypad voting system, with four lucky people winning their chance to compete for their PRO status in London’s O2 arena.
Back by popular demand, six of Country Music’s top stars, Robert Mizzell, Ray Lynam, Jim Devine, Gary Gamble, Trevor Loughrey and local rising star, Gary Fitzpatrick, will showcase their biggest Country classics in the company of a full live band.
The string quartet may be a 250-year-old contraption, but young, brilliant groups like the JACK Quartet are keeping it thrillingly vital. Described as “superheroes of the new music world” (The Boston Globe), New York based JACK have toured the world, collecting countless awards on their travels. The JACK’s performances are considered amongst the most stimulating new-music concerts around; fearless, explosive, virtuosic, and ground-breaking.
Ladies! Get ready for a night out at the theatre you will never forget! Fans of Britain’s Got Talent will remember the male group, Forbidden Nights, who impressed the judging panel and went onto the live finals last year.
In 1976, five friends learned how to play basic rock and roll and became The Undertones. Forty years later, after six LPs, thirteen singles and a new singer, they make their debut in the Millennium Forum to play their hits like Teenage Kicks, My Perfect Cousin and Jimmy Jimmy.
Jimeóin is internationally acclaimed as one of live comedy’s masters. Now the Irishman from Australia and star of TV’s ‘Sunday Night at the Palladium’, several ‘Live at the Apollo’s, ‘John Bishop Show’, ‘Ch4’s O2 Comedy Gala’ and ‘Royal Variety Performance’ musters his ever-evolving live show and the most famous eyebrows in comedy to the Millennium Forum to bring you an unforgettably hilarious evening of world-class stand-up.