One stage. Three Divas.
Step back in time to the glamour of the swinging 60s… and be serenaded by The Dream Divas.
The Dream Divas perform classic hits from throughout the decades, featuring the hits of the many iconic female singers to have graced the stage.
This stylish and elegant trio act bring a touch of glamour and glitter to any event.
Some Kind of Swing
Cool jazz. In tux. That’s Some Kind of Swing.
Chart hits, but in a relaxed jazz style. For that cool party atmosphere with a sophisticated edge.
Julien & John
Acoustic guitars. Soothing sounds.
Enjoy the mellow sound of acoustic guitar as played by Julien and John, two instrumentalists brought together by their love of pop music.
If you want to create a classy vibe as your guests arrive or some soothing sounds during dinner then look no further.
Familiar faces at numerous Irish Jazz festivals, John & Julien’s professionalism, style and unique sound make them the perfect choice for any high-class event.
Dublin String Quartet
One of Ireland’s finest string quartets.
Experience the refined power and expertise of these distinguished musicians who have performed with artists as diverse as Luciano Pavarotti, Michael Bublé & Kanye West.
The members of Dublin String Quartet perform regularly with RTE National Symphony Orchestra, RTE Concert Orchestra and the Orchestra of the National Concert Hall.
Having performed at events such as the MTV European Music Awards, Meteor Awards and the Late Late Show, they’ve worked with artists like Placido Domingo, Jamiroquai, Colm Wilkinson, Declan O’Rourke, Richard Clayderman, Bell X1, Il Divo, Imelda May, Sinead O’Connor and Aslan.
Just add magic!
Minds will be hacked! Coins will bend, fire will transform into ice and a deck of cards will morph into a solid block of glass – right in your hands!
Piano Man Steve Vickers
Piano Man Extraordinaire!
When your guests are in the mood for a melody, renowned Piano Man Steve Vickers is sure to get them feeling all right.
Plucking Great Harmonies!
Who’d have thought ukeles and sweet harmonies would go together so brilliantly? Ukebox did!