Nights on Broadway | The Bee Gees Story | Clonsilla Inn

At Clonsilla Inn, Weavers Road, Clonsilla, Dublin
Friday 9th October - Doors 9pm | Show 10pm

Tickets: € 19.30

Tickets €18 plus €1.30 Online Booking fee 


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.

Also known throughout Europe as ‘The Irish Bee Gees’ the show is currently selling out theatres in Ireland, the UK and Europe.

‘Nights On Broadway’ presents a tribute to the Bee Gees through their catalogue of hits over four decades from the 60s to the 90s. The full live band blend the classic hits, acoustic medleys and dance floor fillers which define the show.

This is a totally live concert experience which prides itself on musical, in particular vocal authenticity, while the accompanying costume changes compliment the show to give audiences a truly original feeling.

As well as their live theatre performances, the band have appeared on each of Ireland’s national television stations (RTE, TV3, TG4).

Whether you favor the golden era of the 60s, the dance floor hits of the 70s, the comeback hits of the 80s & 90s or the string of hits they wrote for various artists along the way, this show has something to entertain everyone from the novice to the most discerning fan.

“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 star of ‘Mrs. Browns Boys’)

“This is an absolutely superb show. Highly recommended! The boys have the vocals down to a fine art.” – Johnny Logan (International Artist & 3 times Eurovision Winner)



Over 18s
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Right Of Admission is Reserved


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Please note there is a maximum order of 10 tickets per person.

Section Price Ticket Qty
General Admission € 19.30