Bee Loud Cabaret Live

The Bee-Loud Glade – a cabaret band and show that combines lively music, movement, performance, song and poetry. Featuring contemporary Irish and classic/world ‘hit’ poems set-to-music. Produced by Crazy Dog Audio Theatre company in partnership with Dedalus Press. Music and Direction by Roger Gregg. Here recorded live in performance in Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin Ireland, December 2011.

Featured in these clips are excerpts from some of the numbers in the show including: ‘Salome’ by Oscar Wilde, ‘Rubble’ by Leanne Quinn, ‘And A Very Long Time Ago’ by Francis Harvey, ‘Messages’ by Macdara Woods, ‘Loss Chant’ by Patrick Chapman, ‘Hedviga Golik’ by Joesph Woods, ‘The Harlot’s House’ by Oscar Wilde. –

We also perform many other contemporary and classic works as well from the likes of: W.B. Yeats, Edgar Allen Poe, Emily Dickenson, James Joyce, Lewis Carroll, William Shakespeare, Madison Cawein, Paul Perry, Tom Mathews, Mary Montague, Billy Ramsell, Gerard Smyth, Theo Dorgan, Gerry Murphy, Leland Bardwell, Pat Boran, Paddy Bushe, Patrick Deeley, James J. McAuley, Iggy McGovern, Mary O’Donoghue, Gabriel Rosenstock and Dolores Stewart.

These clips here featuring the talents of: Jo Linehan [drums & voice], Moe Dunford, Emily Elphinstone [flute], Richard Duckworth [guitar & bass], Clare Monelly [voice], Laura McGuire [fiddle], Elliot Moriarty [guitar & voice], Jill Harding [voice & gong], Anna Sheils-MacNamee [voice], Angel Hannigan [singing voice], Stefanie Preissner [voice] and Roger Gregg [guitar & bass].

The size and scale of the show is flexible and a mobile tour-friendly version is available to appear at festivals and concerts.

For more information contact info@crazydogaudiotheatre.com


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