Tyler Schwartz – An Irish Christmas
Kerry Irish Productions

An Irish Christmas

Sun, Dec 19, 2021 @ 2:30P
Date

Sun, Dec 19, 2021 @ 2:30P

Venue
Balboa Theatre
Masks
Masks are required for unvaccinated guests. The CDC and California Department of Public Health recommend that everyone wear a mask in indoor, public settings, regardless of vaccination status.
Vaccination
Proof of vaccination or negative Covid-19 test result within 72 hours of event required
Pricing
Tickets start at $33.50 (includes a $3.50 Facility Restoration Fee)
Run Time
1 hours, 50 minutes (including 20 minute intermission)
Children
Recommended for ages 6+. All ages must have own ticket
On Sale
Public on Sale begins Fri, Sep 17, 2021 @ 10:00A

Proof of vaccination or negative Covid-19 test result within 72 hours of the event required for entry. Click here for details on acceptable proof of vaccination and negative Covid-19 test results.


Starring World Champion Dancers: Tyler Schwartz and Emily MacConnell

AS SEEN ON PBS! Take a journey through Christmas in Ireland with superb dancing, singing and Irish traditional music celebrating the international spirit of the holiday season.

Join an award-winning cast led by World Champion dancers Tyler Schwartz  (Magic of the Dance, An Irish Christmas, Celtic Fyre, Celtic Wings and ReelRhythm) and Emily MacConnell (Dance Masters, Rockin’ Road to Dublin, Magic of the Dance, An Irish Christmas Celtic Fyre and Celtic Wings) as well as Colm Alba and the Kerry Dance Troupe in a celebration of the great traditions of Christmas in Ireland: butter-making, chasing the wren on St. Stephen’s Day, drawing down the half door and more! Come enjoy spectacular dance, the singing of traditional Carols from the Kerry Voice Squad and superb music from the Kerry Traditional Orchestra in an unforgettable Irish night!  Not to be Missed! Ireland at its best!

A perfect family event!

“… Genuinely astonishing … electric!” − The Village News

“… The capacity crowd nearly brought the house down at the end of the evening.”  – The Irish Herald