Simply the Best Irish Show of the Year

Performers who have captivated audiences in extraordinary and groundbreaking productions such as ‘Riverdance’, ‘The Chieftains’ and ‘Lord of the Dance’ have gathered together on ONE STAGE to present an unforgettable entertainment experience.

Music: Trad on the Prom showcases the amazing talents of legendary musician Máirín Fahy, featured soloist with Riverdance. Máirín is joined on stage by Gerard Fahy (musical director and composer of ‘Lord of the Dance’) on the uilleann pipes, whistles and bouzouki, multi-instrumentalist Yvonne Fahy on accordion and bodhrán, producer and host Chris Kelly on guitar and concertina supremo Padraig Rynne together with the exceptionally gifted keyboard player Colm Henry.

Dance: The show features a stunning line-up of six world champion Irish dancers including Clare Greaney (six-time World Champion), Fergal and Cathal Keaney (lead Lord of the Dance), Colm Conneely, Anne Marie Keeney, Aoife NiShé together with Ronan O’Connell and Dara Kelly (winners of An Ríl Deal 2017).

Song: Singers include Eurovision star Marc Roberts, Multi- AIMS winner Sean Costello and The Chieftains vocalist Yvonne McMahon, Don Stiffe and Michelle Lally.

  • Talented musicians
  • World champion Irish dancers
  • Outstanding singers and vocalists
Open Dates & Times

Closed for 2020 Season


Admission Prices 2020:

Adult: from €32
Senior: from €29
Student (with valid ID): from €29
Family: from €90

Useful Information

Parking: Free Parking

Getting There

Located on the Promenade, Salthill, overlooking Galway Bay, just 2km from Galway city centre

Map Location: 53.259235, -9.082243
Contact Trad on the Prom

Leisureland Theatre, Salthill, Co. Galway, Ireland

Eircode: H91 KT3V
T: +353 (0)91 582 860
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