65 Kitchen Choir set to rock 'n' roll Portlaoise

65 Kitchen Choir set to rock 'n' roll Portlaoise

Back due to phenomenal demand, The 65 Kitchen Choir return to Dunamaise Arts Centre stage this week with a fantastic line-up of music and song.

This year, the choir, has put together a completely new show. The performance is guaranteed to have you singing along and clapping your hands as the choir belts out classic hits from across the decades.

Songs you had forgotten about, chart toppers, one hit wonders, all delivered to you in a way only The 65 Kitchen Choir can.

This is truly a performance you can’t afford to miss.

The 65 Kitchen Choir started out as friends and family members of guitar teacher, Caroline Smith, who got together to sing for a mass in Marian Avenue Portlaoise and then one in John’s Square. They take the name from the number on Caroline’s door, 65 Marian Avenue, and the fact that they practice in the kitchen there.

Let the good times rock and roll with 65 Kitchen Choir, at the Dunamaise from Thursday, November 15 to Saturday, November 17, nightly at 8pm.

Tickets are priced €16.