Nights on Broadway

The Bee Gees Story - Nights on Broadway is back!

You can't see the Bee Gees anymore, but you can see ‘Nights on Broadway’ and still experience a concert of the incredible music written by the brothers Gibb. Known also as ‘The Irish Bee Gees’, all the performers are from Ireland with…

The Band

Based out of Dublin, Nights on Broadway  members all contribute certain styles that capture a mix of classic Bee Gees, with the energy and intensity similar to one of their live performances.
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This show has thrilled and amazed capacity audiences in Theatres across Ireland, the UK and Europe, who have been unable to stay in their seats through the show, needing to dance and cheer for this incredible band.

Latest Release

One would struggle to see the difference

That’s the highest thing I’ve ever heard…that is extraordinary, he’s not even red in the face, Fantastic !

Gerry Ryan (RTE TV & Radio Pesenter)

From the musicianship to the vocal harmonies, these guys sound so like the Bee Gees it’s scary!

Brendan O’Carroll (BAFTA winning International Comedian)

Tour Dates

28th April 2018 Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline, Scotland

Situated at the heart of Dunfermline, Carnegie Hall is an attractive art deco theatre which presents a quality programme of music, drama, comedy, dance and children’s shows.

We support and host local arts organisations, including Carnegie Youth Theatre, Kelty and Rosyth Musical Societies and several popular dance schools.

Adjacent to Carnegie Hall, the Music Institute welcomes workshops, classes and children’s groups. Our Studio Theatre, found within the Music Institute, also acts as a rehearsal and performance space for creating and developing new work.

6th May 2018 Royal Theatre, Castlebar

The Royal Theatre and Event Centre, The leading entertainment venue in the West of Ireland, playing host to top music artists, theatre and major events. The latest stand-up, music gigs, concerts and entertainment touring Ireland. Previous Acts include Hozier, David Gray, Christy Moore, Nathan Carter, Tommy Tiernan, Dara …

15th June 2018 Gwyn Hall, Neath, UK

The Gwyn Hall is located in Neath and is rapidly gaining a reputation as one of the most versatile contemporary arts and entertainment centres in the area.

24th June 2018 Theatre Royal, Glasgow, UK

The Theatre Royal is the oldest theatre in Glasgow, located at 282 Hope Street in Cowcaddens. The theatre originally opened in 1867, the name changing to the Theatre Royal in 1869, and is the longest running theatre in Scotland. It is also the birthplace of Howard & Wyndham Ltd, owners and managers of theatres in Scotland and England until the 1970s, created by its chairman Baillie Michael Simons in 1895. It was Simons who as a cultural entrepreneur of his day also promoted the building of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and Glasgow’s International Exhibitions of 1888 (the International Exhibition of Science, Art and Industry) and 1901.

29th June 2018 Marina Theatre, Lowestoft, UK

he original theatre started life in the 1870’s as a roller skating rink, where the owners erected a make-shift stage and renamed it The Rink Theatre.

The ‘Rink’ was converted into the Marina in 1897 and, on April 26, the Haymarket Drama Society were the first to perform on the stage with Peter the Penman by Sir Charles Young.

The basis of our current theatre building was then erected, largely on the foundations of the original, and was designed by Ernest Runtz and Co.

During its heyday, seven different pantomimes were presented, along with summer shows such as the musical comedies of McDonald and Young. The theatre also enjoyed visits from legends including Gracie Fields and Ralph Richardson.

The Marina operated as a live venue until 1929 when the onset of cinema made the future uncertain. However it survived after Associated British Cinemas took it over in 1931 until it was operated by EMI.

Briefly used during the Second World War as a temporary mortuary and a reception centre for evacuated children, the Marina began to struggle in the late 1960’s with the introduction of colour television and this resulted in cinema attendances dropping, The Marina soldiered on as a cinema before finally closing on Christmas Eve, 1984.

After being bought by Waveney District Council in 1985, 24 hours before a demolition deadline, set by EMI, the Marina underwent a huge renovation which included the reconstruction of the dressing room area and the construction of a new toilet block to serve the circle and bar areas.

On October 1, 1988, almost four years after its closure, the Marina re-opened as the new Civic Theatre and Cultural Centre in Lowestoft with a concert given by 1970’s rock and roll star Rick Wakeman. Following the first visit of the Moscow City Ballet and Orchestra, the venue has hosted world-class opera and acts as diverse as Chinese Acrobats to Ken Dodd and in 2005, the Marina became a residence of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – one of only two venues outside London to be granted such a prestigious honour.

In 2011, the Theatre again faced an uncertain future but was saved due to the formation of the new Marina Theatre Trust. A number of highly experienced people from both the local community and theatre industry were recruited and have worked in a united attempt to ensure the theatre’s future success. Early in 2012 the Trust announced ambitious plans to extend the theatre’s public areas to include the creation of a ground floor Café Bar, new office facilities and improvements to the venues loading area. Following an enormous fundraising effort were officially opened in September.

Since then, the Marina Theatre has staged a whole host of West End musicals, top class comedians, plays and other events, in addition to the continued residency of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

26th July 2018 Gaiety Theatre, Ayr, Scotland

The Ayr Gaiety was built in 1902, reconstructed after a fire in 1904, its façade remodeled in 1935, and further reinstated after a fire in 1955. In 1995, an annex was constructed, including a new café, box office, dressing rooms and studio space. After a faltering start, which saw several years as a cinema after World War I, the theatre was bought by Ben Popplewell, from Bradford who already had a track record of success running the Pavilion theatre on Ayr seafront. For fifty years the Popplewell family ran the theatre – latterly as part of the Glasgow Pavilion business. During this time the Gaiety developed a reputation as a variety theatre with a ‘summer’ variety show – the Gaiety Whirl – which ran for 26 weeks at its height. Many Scottish and UK stars appeared regularly on its stage, and several started their careers there. The programme offered more than a summer show however, with several weeks of Shakespeare and regular transfers from Glasgow Citizens theatre, being part of a varied offer. After seventy years in private ownership the local Council acquired the Gaiety theatre freehold in 1974. It then operated as a municipal theatre under direct local authority management. The programming had much in common with the Popplewell years, with the Gaiety Whirl still a feature and the, by now, popular panto at the core of the programme. But the scope of performances developed and, while the family oriented theme continued, a wider range of presentations developed, including controversial shows such as Borderline Theatres production of Dario Fo’s Mistero Buffo and a touring version of Oh Calcutta! After many years of successful operation the theatre began to lose audiences and the Council felt the revenue subsidy it provided and the requirement for capital investment required a new approach. In January 2009 the theatre closed, leaving Ayr without a theatre – as the Civic Theatre, which had mainly presented drama, had been closed and demolished a little earlier due to asbestos contamination problems.

27th July 2018 Dundee Beat Generator

Situated at 70 North Lindsay Street, Dundee, DD1 1PS, Beat Generator Live! is at the centre of Dundee’s cutting edge music scene and a hotspot for regular touring bands and alternative club nights.

Showcasing new talent, touring bands and providing intimate gigs for some of the bigger established artists, the venue also hosts regular, weekly alt – rock, metal, punk and indie club nights.

Boasting original classic album covers on the venue’s walls, the club’s toilets are also decorated in timeless gig posters which provide a rich, historic profile of some the vintage gigs which have taken place in the city.

Besides being an integral part of Dundee’s music landscape , the venue also has a wide range of beer , cider, spirits and soft drinks.

If you are seeking good live bands, a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere and a venue with a real vibe that reeks of Dundee’s music history , then you will find all this and more at Beat Generator Live!

28th July 2018 Rothes Halls, Glenrothes, Scotland

Rothes Halls is an entertainment and conference venue located right in the centre of Glenrothes, adjoining the Kingdom Shopping Centre.

Its vibrant programme includes popular music, big-name comedy, drama, dance and children’s shows. Uniquely in Fife, Rothes Halls can stage large-scale, site-specific theatre productions.

Our FifeSpace & FotoSpace visual arts galleries are located on the first floor and host new exhibitions every six weeks, ranging from nationally-recognised names to touring exhibitions and local artists’ work.

We are also one of Fife’s premier conference venues, with excellent facilities available for hire at very competitive rates.

Our popular café serves hot and cold meals as well as snacks throughout the day.

4th August 2018 Westlodge hotel, Bantry

The Westlodge Hotel & Pondlodge Cottages are the ideal base for touring West Cork and Kerry with the Beara Peninsula just a short drive from the hotel. There are numerous tourist attractions close to the hotel, Bantry House & Gardens, Sheep’s Head Walking and Cycling Trail.

21st Sept 2018 Vicar St, Dublin, Ireland

Vicar Street is one of Dublin’s most loved comedy and music venues, hosting a huge range of events. Its capacity ranges from 1000 – 1500.

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23rd Sept 2018 Cork Opera House, Ireland

Today Cork Opera House is southern Ireland’s premier venue for the best concerts, comedy, drama, dance, family fare, and, of course, opera. Located in the heart of Cork City, the Opera House has been a Cork cultural institution for over 160 years and will continue to strive to present and produce both indigenous and international top class acts for the people of Cork and further afield. This is a building to be proud of and a building which is proud to be pure Cork.

29th Sept 2018 Moate Theatre, Naas

The Moat Club was formed in the early 1950′s, its object to provide Naas with suitable facilities for drama and table tennis. In 1960 they bought the recently vacated Christian Brothers School.  With a great deal of hard work, a well equipped 125 seat theatre was opened in 1963.

However, as the new millennium approached the Club decided to move wiTh the times. A brand new theatre was built on the existing site, incorporating the old building at a cost of €3.2m. With lots of hard work and major fund raising, the new Moat Theatre opened its doors officially on the 11th April 2003. It includes a 200 seater auditorium and stage withretractable seating and a fly tower, two rehearsal rooms, male and female dressing rooms and a foyer/coffee shop and bar area.

6th Oct 2018 Glencarn Hotel, Castleblaney

The Glencarn Hotel was born on the site of the famous Embassy Ballroom. The hotel continues a long standing tradition of bringing top quality entertainment and big name bands (both national and international acts) to the area. Providing Live music every Friday, Saturday & Summer Sunday nights. See our events listing for more!

12th Oct 2018 Wyllyotts Centre, Potters Bar

Wyllyotts Manor is a public house and restaurant in Potters Bar, England, and a grade II listed building with Historic England. It consists of a late 16th-century barn, possibly built for Robert Taylor between 1594 and 1603, and a house that dates from around 1800

20th Oct 2018 Princess Theatre, Torquay

The Princess Theatre in Torquay, England is a 1,500 seat theatre that first opened its doors on Wednesday 7 June 1961. Top of the bill on opening night were Tommy Cooper and Morecambe & Wise.

The theatre is a touring house and shows a variety of productions including operaballetconcertswrestlingice shows & West Endmusicals and a Christmas pantomime.

The theatre was built by Torbay Council as the main feature of the redevelopment of the Princess Gardens area on Torquay seafront. The theatre replaced a marquee which was erected annually to house light entertainment.

Theatres in seaside resorts are traditionally known for their annual Summer Season consisting of light entertainment and family variety shows and Torquay is no exception. In the past the Princess Theatre has seen artistes such as Jim DavidsonJethro and Jimmy Cricketmaking regular appearances. However summer 2002 saw a change from the traditional line-up to a 6-week run consisting of two West End musicals Grease and Chicago. Summer 2003 saw a similar occurrence, featuring The Blues BrothersJoseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Boogie Nights, with musicals proving to be a popular choice for the local people of Torbay as well as the holidaymakers.

3rd Nov 2018 Lochgelly Centre, Scotland

Lochgelly Centre is a bright, modern and attractive community space, combining a 412-seat theatre, studio theatre, art studios and meeting and practice rooms.

The centre officially reopened in February 2012, following a £2.5 million investment by Fife Council. A new glass-fronted extension houses a modern library and reception area and local offices services.

9th Nov 2018 TLT, Drogheda, Ireland

The TLT is a purpose built, state of the art 900 seater theatre. Located in Drogheda, we stage a variety of performing arts and commercial events. We also have a school of music and rehearsal rooms to nurture the talents of our local upcoming artists.

23rd Nov 2018 Riverbank Theatre, Newbridge, Ireland

Located just off the M7 motorway, 40 minutes from Dublin City, Riverbank Arts Centre is lively, atmospheric and convenient, a high quality venue which caters for a range of interests and age groups. From theatre, music and comedy to children’s events and cinema, Riverbank Arts Centre provides an intimate setting for a broad variety of shows.

Riverbank Arts Centre Café offers lunch and afternoon tea daily, from 9.00am (except Sundays). If you want a full meal or a quick snack, or one of our delicious home made desserts and a gourmet coffee, this is the place to go. Come for the arts and theatre and stay for the food!

The venue is accessible for those of varying abilities including wheelchair accessible ramp, interior lift to gallery and auditorium, increased seating capacity for wheelchair users. There are also a number of dedicated accessible parking spaces to the front of the building.

29th Nov 2018 Draoicht Theatre, Dublin, Ireland

Draíocht is a multi-purpose arts & entertainment centre in the heart of Dublin’s Blanchardstown. Choose from comedy, theatre, music, film, dance, family events, exhibitions & more. Draíocht welcomes over 50,000 people a year

7th Dec 2018 Xmas Nite (Private)

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8th Dec 2018 Xmas Nite (Private)

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2nd Feb 2019 Theatre at the Mill, Antrim

Theatre at The Mill, set in the imaginatively restored Mossley Mill in Newtownabbey, is bursting at the seams with arts and entertainment.

Connecting the latest modern facilities to the areas historic past the theatre offers unique fun experiences, top quality live performances and nights out with a wide programme of musicals, dance, drama, comedy, concerts, family shows and workshops.

Just 10 minutes from Belfast, off the M2 at Sandknowes Roundabout, the 400 seat professional theatre also has free parking on site, a fully licensed bar and restaurant facilities.

13th April 2019 Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy, Scotland

Located in Kirkcaldy’s town centre, the Adam Smith Theatre is a popular venue in a traditional setting, well-loved for its high-quality shows, full-scale cinema and long history as the heart of the local arts scene.

We run a diverse and popular programme of events at this 475-seat venue, including comedy, dance, drama, music, and children’s theatre. The theatre also supports and hosts local arts organisations, such as Kirkcaldy Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Societies, as well as classes and workshops.

When not in use for live performances, the main auditorium becomes a cinema, showing current blockbusters as well as arthouse and classic films. This year sees the installation of our new, state-of-the-art digital screen. Find out what films are coming up in our film programme.

Our bar opens on performance nights.

The outside of the building remains the same as when it first opened in 1899, looking out onto historic Kirkcaldy’s peaceful Memorial Gardens

26th May 2019 Liverpool Empire, UK TBC

Liverpool Empire Theatre is a theatre located on the corner of Lime Street and London Road in LiverpoolMerseyside, England. The theatre is the second to be built on the site, and was opened in 1925. It has the largest two-tier auditorium in Britain and can seat 2,348 people.[1] During its time it has hosted many types of entertainment, including variety shows, musicals, operas, pop concerts, and plays. The Beatles appeared in the theatre in their early days. The theatre has hosted two Royal Command Performances and in 2007, a Royal Variety Performance to mark Liverpool’s being designated a European City of Culture the following year. It is sited in the William Brown Street Conservation Area

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