Tommy Fleming In Concert
£22.50 | £20 con. adv + bf
Above with Music Glue (e-tickets only)
All times are subject to change on the night
19:00 - Doors, Bar and Margins Cafe serving hot homemade food open
20:00 - Show Begins
22:30 - Curfew
Union Chapel Bar open after the show.
Margins Cafe serves hot homemade food. It is open to all ticket holders when doors open at 19:00. Limited 18:30 dinner reservations are available above, when tickets go on sale. The Bar is also open at 18:30 to Union Chapel members who have tickets to the show.
On the Menu at Margins Cafe:
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Access to the cafe at 18:30 is via the side gate to the left of the main entrance to the Chapel on Compton Terrace.
Please note you must have a ticket to the show to come to Margins Cafe & Union Chapel bar.
There's lots of useful information in the Visiting section of our website.
As our venue is entirely seated and seating is unreserved it is best to arrive early.
Tommy Fleming In Concert
Tommy Fleming has many times been described as the “Voice of Ireland” and is one of Ireland’s top entertainers with over 6 million YouTube hits and over 3 million album sales worldwide.
After the huge success of “PADDY” the musical in Ireland & UK Tommy is returning with his own concert for a tour in April 2018. After receiving critical acclaims for his acting and singing in “PADDY” he is returning to his roots as he celebrates 25 years as a professional singer. If you’ve seen Tommy in “PADDY” you won’t want to miss his concerts in April 2018.
Tommy is regarded as one of the finest singers worldwide and is currently enjoying a hugely successful career. After 25 years honing his craft, Tommy is now taking his place at the forefront of popular music across the globe. The mere mention of a Tommy Fleming concert has ‘sold out’ signs being displayed at venues from Dublin to Darwin within the space of minutes.
Tommy is celebrating 25 years as solo performer, to celebrate he has released a new album “Stories”. This album is a collection of his favourites song and also includes some newly recorded special songs and the stories behind them. The title track was written by Paul Brady and it also includes a special duet with Vince Gill. 32 tracks in a 2 CD pack one not to be missed. Tommy will be on his 25th anniversary tour from December to April in Ireland & UK
Tommy turns each song into his own with his own unique and powerful style touching emotions in you that only music can reach. Tommy is famous for his own arrangement of “Danny Boy”, “Isle of Inisfree” and “Hard Times” all songs that you know and love but you have never heard them until you hear Tommy Fleming’s versions. He also covers songs from “You Raise Me Up” to “Bridge over Troubled Waters”, “From a Distance” and “Something Inside So Strong” along with many more contemporary numbers.
While Tommy’s music may be difficult to classify, fans use such words as “deeply emotional, romantic and sincere” to describe the feelings it evokes. One reviewer described his music as falling into a genre of Symphonic Pop that still awaits a name.
Tommy’s unique talent has brought him worldwide recognition with several sell-out tours in Ireland, the UK, the US, Australia and Japan and he is now critically acclaimed to be one of the worlds’ finest singers of his generation. He also toured with the great Elaine Paige and Kenny Rogers in recent years.
A Tommy Fleming concert is a musical experience not to be missed with one song more haunting than the other. He has a universal appeal to all ages and backgrounds with a fan base that is growing stronger worldwide year by year.
What some famous faces had to say about his voice…
Liam Neeson - “I hope he doesn’t take up acting.”
Eric Clapton - “His version of Danny Boy is the best I have ever heard bar none.”
Alex Ferguson - “If Tommy could play football like he sings I would sign him.”
The Boston Globe - “The dynamic voice of Tommy Fleming who soared on every song.”
New York Times - “The success of this concert was Tommy’s classic interpretation of The Leaving of Liverpool and The Auld Triangle – he had the audience on its feet”