Paul Howard's smash hit musical, Copper Face Jacks: The Musical, is back for a third time at 3Olympia Theatre due to phenomenal demand.
Opening at 3Olympia Theatre for a strictly limited run from 2nd - 20th August 2022
The Craic Will Be Back....Paul Howard's smash hit musical comedy, Copper Face Jacks: The Musical is back at 3Olympia Theatre in 2022 following triumphant summer runs in 2018 and 2019.
JOHNNY WARD RETURNS AS GINO WILDES
Packed full of craic, huge laughs, Culchies, Dubs, lots of shifting and an incredible cast, Copper Face Jacks: The Musical, is set to be the summer sensation for a third time!
Tickets are priced from €26 including booking fee & €1 restoration levy on sale now via Ticketmaster
Copper Face Jacks: The Musical, originally due to take place from 10 June – 27 2020, has been rescheduled to run from 2 – 20 August 2022, with additional performances added. Original tickets and seat selections remain valid for the rescheduled dates. Specific details for rescheduled tickets are available from point of purchase.
Standing ovations, rave reviews, wall-to-wall belly laughs and laugh-out-loud shenanigans from start to finish, Copper Face Jacks:The Musical is back for more shows at last!
Johnny Ward is back as Gino Wildes, Stephen O'Leary (Fair City) returns as Mossy Munnix with Rachel O'Connell (Young Offenders), Daithi O'Donnell (Ros na Rún),Shane Fallon, Kelly Marie Ni Cheallaigh and introducing Sarah Gordon as Noeleen Níc Gearailt.
From the creator of Ross O'Carroll Kelly - Paul Howard, Copper Face Jacks: The Musical, is a love story set on the eve of a Dublin v Kerry All Ireland Final, when a sweet Kerry girl ends up falling head over her flat-shoes for the Captain of the Dublin football team - Gino Wildes. Can love conquer all as these two young sweethearts face massive cultural and linguistic hurdles on their road to happiness/Croker?
Copper Face Jacks: The Musical is produced by Kite Entertainment and Verdant Productions in association with 3Olympia Theatre. Original Concept Created by Darren Smith with Paul Howard