What's On

Lady Boys of Bangkok

Tue 2nd May

Venue: Lighthouse Theatre

Reverand Richard Coles

An evening with
Reverend Richard Coles

In conversation with Bernie Keith

Thu 11th May

Venue: Lighthouse Theatre

The Dreamboys

Thu 1st June

Venue: Lighthouse Theatre

An Evening with Aggers & Tuffers

Wed 19th April

Venue: Lighthouse Theatre

Cilla & The Shades of the 60s

Thu 23rd March

Venue: Lighthouse Theatre

The Sensational 60’s Experience

Sun 29th October

Venue: Lighthouse Theatre

The Nutcracker Ballet

Performed by the Russian National Ballet

Tue 24th October

Venue: Lighthouse Theatre

High School Musical

Starlight Dance & Musical Theatre School

Sat 15th April

Venue: Lighthouse Theatre

Chas & Dave: The Full Story Live

Fri 22nd September

Venue: Lighthouse Theatre

HAPAning 2017

Sat 25th - Sun 26th March

Venue: Lighthouse Theatre

Nathan Carter

Kennedy Street Enterprises present
Nathan Carter
And his band
The Wanna Dance Tour
plus support

Following on from a 2016 that saw him beat both Beyoncé and Drake to a Number 1 Album in his native Ireland, Country-Pop crossover star Nathan Carter has announced a huge run of UK tour dates for 2017.

As one of Ireland’s biggest live music acts, Nathan is developing into a household name, with tracks from “Stayin’ Up All Night” becoming hits, such as “Wagon Wheel” and “I Wanna Dance”.

Now, the charismatic performer will embark on a nationwide tour, including a very special date at the prestigious London Palladium.

Growing up in a house where Country and Western music filled the air, Nathan was exposed to classic songs of Johnny Cash, Don Williams and Dolly Parton. From the tender age of 4 years old, not only learning to play guitar, piano and accordion, which plays a vital part in his live show, Nathan quickly became head chorister in the Liverpool Boys choir where he toured the world and even performed in front of the Pope in Rome.

For more information on Nathan Carter, visit www.nathancartermusic.com

Date:
Saturday 27th May 2017

Venue:
Lighthouse Theatre

Tickets:
£25

show Times:
7.30pm