Great Shows coming to Perth Concert Hall
Great shows coming to Perth Concert Hall including Jackie The Musical, Bryan Ferry and Lulu!
The Celtic Sessions – 28th January 2016 – 15th April 2016
Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker and John Doyle – 23rd Feb
A rare chance to see three traditional music icons showcase their huge talents on flute, Irish pipes, fiddle guitar and vocals.
Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker and John Doyle offer a rare opportunity to see three of the world’s finest musicians share a stage together.
Altan/Karen Matheson – 15th April
A world-class double bill of celtic music from legendary Donegal band Altan and Capercaillie singer Karen Matheson and her band.
No Irish traditional band in the last 25 years has had a wider impact on audiences and music lovers throughout the world than Altan.
Lulu – 6th April 2016
Lulu performs hits from her incredible 50-year career and shares entertaining stories from a rollercoaster life in showbusiness.
The incredible Lulu still has plenty to shout about and is back with another fantastic tour. The Grammy-nominated singer will be performing hits from her 50 year career, such as To Sir With Love, The Man Who Sold The World, Relight My Fire, and of course Shout.
£46.50, £41.50, £36.50, £31.50; no concessions (inc £1.50 booking fee per ticket)
*Please note that due to a change in schedule, this performance has moved from Monday 21 March to Wednesday 6 April. Please contact box office if you have tickets for the original date.
Bryan Ferry – 16th April
Bryan Ferry – 16th April 2016
One of the UK’s most iconic and innovative singers performs songs from a series of classic albums and over 30 UK Top 40 singles.
From his earliest recordings with his group Roxy Music at the beginning of the 1970s, Bryan Ferry has taken his place as one of the most iconic and innovative singers and lyricists to emerge in popular music. In his music you hear an original vocal brilliance which merges with effortless, breathtaking elegance – the poise of Sinatra, the charisma of Gainsbourg and the intensity of Johnnie Ray. But then there was something extra too – a quality of nuance, verve and performance which seemed so ultra-modern and so refined, that it seemed to break wholly new ground and was showcased across a series of iconic albums and over 30 UK Top 40 singles between Roxy Music and his solo adventures.
£128, £68, £58, £48; no concessions (inc £3 booking fee per ticket)
Jackie The Musical – 26th April to 30th April 2016
Once there was a time with no mobiles, no online dating and no Facebook, when teenage girls waited with bated breath by the letterbox for their weekly issue of Jackie Magazine. In Jackie The Musical we revisit those heady days, and tell the story of a recent divorcée who seeks advice once more from the pages of her old Jackie annuals.
Age guidance 12+
Running Time 2 hours, 15 mins including interval
Tue 26 + Wed 27 Apr: 7.30pm
£31.50, £27.50, £23.50; concessions £28.50, £24.50, £20.50
under 26s/students/Young Scot cardholders £16.50
Wed 27 Apr: 2.30pm
£26.50, £23.50, £20.50; concessions £23.50, £20.50, £17.50
under 26s/students/Young Scot cardholder £16.50
Thu 28 Apr: 7.30pm + Sat 30 Apr: 2.30pm
£31.50, £27.50, £23.50 ; concessions £28.50, £24.50, £20.50; under 26/student/Young Scot cardholder £16.50
Fri 29 + Sat 30 Apr: 7.30pm
£36.50, £32.50, £28.50; no concessions
(inc £1.50 booking fee per ticket)