Thursday, October 14, 2010


"Patrick Myers' recreation of Queen's Freddie Mercury is uncanny - the spitting image of the man who knew how to rock with the best of them" - Daily Mail
Cork Opera House is delighted to welcome back the hottest Queen tribute going. Time Out described Killer Queen’s lead singer's resemblance to Freddie Mercury as "spooky" which, combined with a powerful 3-1/2 octave tenor range and dynamic stage presence, has impressed audiences the world over. Killer Queen’s outrageous set spans Queen's entire recording career from the Seven Seas of Rye through to their 1990s classics.
Killer Queen rocked the Opera house back in April, and is returning for another spectacular show on Saturday 16 October.
Killer Queen have toured Holland, Estonia, Belgium, Dubai, Moscow, Madrid, Portugal, Prague – and now, Cork Opera House.
"Freddie Mercury may be dead but he's making an amazing comeback theatrical concerts near to the real thing as you're likely to get...a real life Bohemain Rhapsody" – Sunday People
Venue: Cork Opera House
Date: Saturday 16 October 2010
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Book by phone: 021-4270022

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