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Dionne Warwick - Don't Make Me Over

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Dionne Warwick - Don't Make Me Over
With 55 hit singles, this legend with the instantly recognisable voice is one of the most charted singers of the past 40 years and she continues to thrill audiences around the globe. Dionne will be joined on stage with interviewer Dave Wooley, her band plus a multimedia set up with LED screen which will show highlights from Dionne's Award-Winning documentary Don't Make Me Over by Dave Wooley (Writer, Producer, Director.)


Dionne Warwick, Dave Wooley

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Tour details for Dionne Warwick - Don't Make Me Over 2024

Between 22nd May 2024 and 26th May 2024 this tour will visit 2 venues in; Dublin and Belfast.
Current and future dates only.
This production has been listed in 8 venues since 5th May 2024. View previous listings for this tour here.

Dates for Dionne Warwick - Don't Make Me Over (Concert) tour

Currently showing
Wed, 22nd May 2024 to Thu, 23rd May 2024
  Vicar Street, Dublin» - 1 suppliers available

Sun, 26th May 2024
  Ulster Hall and Group Theatre, Belfast» - 1 suppliers available
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Production: T01219156955

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User Reviews

Overall: 1.00
Neil (19May24):

I could understand if this show was half songs and half documentary. It would make it a lot more interesting. But to have a 10% songs and 90% self-indulgent and self-praising chat with a guy on the couch bigging up Dionne and fawning over her was a waste of money. Additionally one of Dionne's song was totally mullered compared to its original format- apparently it's called artistic licence but it seemed like destructive licence. Don't waste your money and time.

Mike Hofton (05May24): I can fully understand she is of advanced years these days but to find this is just a rather dull question and answer session on a sofa, Michael Parkinson style, show with hardly any songs sung. If we all wanted this then we would've tuned into the associated documentary related to this. Left shortly after the start of the second act as more of the sofa chatting started all over again 1

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