He came. He saw. He went home. Now he’s back.
When I wrote I Keano with Arthur Mathews and Paul Woodfull in 2005, I didn’t think we would be bringing it back ten years later. But this week we are back in the Olympia Theatre in Dublin from Wednesday 25 March.
If you liked it first time around, you can enjoy a musical nostalgia trip into the absurdity of the Saipan saga. If you haven’t seen it, you can find out what all of the fuss was about.
Here are some links to details of the show, the cast, the writers, forty years of FAI fun, reviews of the original run and where to buy tickets.
- ikeano.com is a page on this site
- Follow I Keano on Twitter
- Like I Keano on Facebook
- Buy tickets at Ticketmaster
I Keano is back in the Olympia Theatre this week
4 thoughts on “I Keano is back in the Olympia Theatre this week”
Going to see it on Wednesday. Looking forward to it.
Go see it – it is brilliant.
Michael invited and accompanied me to the show yesterday evening. My sides split so much I may have lost a few ribs.
A must see if you’re in Dublin!