Tales of Blarney Stone

AG-RFP-Button An Irish comedy that may be performed with or without a meal. It includes plenty of comedy, music and malarkey. Tales of Blarney Stone may be performed anytime of the year but it is extremely popular in the month of March. Erin Go Bragh!

419870_10151371554570162_755475161_23410877_1290011936_nGod love him, publican Blarney Stone is one of the sweetest, kindest souls you’re ever likely to meet on God’s green Earth, but give him a couple of pints and his tongue’s as loose as Paris Hilton.  Blarney is the proprietor of The Blind Pig, the only pub in the wee town of High Diddle-Diddle, Ireland so he’s heard more confessions than the Kennedy’s family priest.  He knows all the secrets and tonight he’ll share them with anyone who’ll listen.  This interactive Irish comedy is loaded with comedy, Irish music, sing-alongs, dancing and, of course, a heaping helping of tall tales!

Audience members are encouraged to get up and participate in the show; recite a poem, dance a jig, sing a song, make an Irish toast or shoot the blarney and tell their best Irish joke or story.

HOW IT WORKS:  Tales of Blarney Stone is a portable, interactive show we bring to you.  It can be performed either with or without a meal.  You book the venue anywhere in North America, invite all your friends, and we bring the music, the comedy and the blarney!

DURATION: 1 – 3 hours.

 GROUP SIZE:  10 –  Unlimited

SPACE REQUIREMENTS:  An area large enough to accommodate your guests and a performance area.  For groups much of over 100 persons we require an elevated performance area (a riser or stage).

If you would like to learn more about Tales of Blarney Stone or any of our other programs please don’t hesitate to submit a Request for Proposal. You can also contact us at info@antgrass.com or (978) 525-2019.

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Kevin Prentice 17-03-2014, 15:40

Happy St Paddy’s Day 2014! I had a wonderful time this weekend March 15 performing Tales of Blarney Stone in Naples FL at the Ole Lely Resort. The audience was wonderful and there was plenty of audience participation. People got up to sing with me, play musical instruments, tell stories. Catherine and Claire from the Celtic Spirit School of Irish Dance played my daughters and WOW’ed the audience with their brilliant Irish step dancing. A grand time was had by all. Slainte!

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