What’s on this weekend

This weekend will have you in stitches with stand-up comedian, Stephen Mullan bringing his show to Central Arts this Friday, November 15th.

You’re in for a real treat with brilliant stand-up comedy at Central Arts this weekend and some great music at The Theatre Royal. Let’s kick off the weekend!


This Friday, November 15th, Dublin Fringe performer, Stephen Mullan invites you to sit back and listen to some hilarious shenanigans with his debut stand-up comedy ‘Son of a Preacher Man’ at Central Arts. From the church to the psych ward, Stephen’s life started with Jesus and almost ended with the Tellytubbies. And that’s just for starters.


I think we can safely say that the Irish legend, Don Baker is well worth a trip to the Theatre Royal this Saturday, November 16th. Promises to be a great night of soul, rock, and blues. If it’s not your cup of tea, I’m sure you’ll know someone who appreciates this guy and his crew!

“The greatest harmonica player in the world lives in Dublin and his name is Don Baker.”

Bono, U2.

Jazz up your Monday!

Listen, play and learn jazz at The Rogue Gallery and Studios next Monday 18th November, in conjunction with Viking Promotions. This free event is such a great way to bring all Waterford jazz enthusiasts together! Check it out below


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