PLEASE REFER TO THE DEAD MEN TALKING PAGE ON THIS SITE FOR UPCOMING SHOWS
Warren Fahey maintains a steady diary of performances. His talks are illustrated with songs, poems and humour and he is always interested in preparing specially themed talks (with or without Powerpoint) for events and special interest groups.
2014 (when the site was updated to WordPress) was an extremely busy year including talks and concerts for The City of Sydney Historical Society, Fleureue Folk Festival, U3A, Bungaree Bush Camp Clare Valley, Oatley Folk Club, State Library of South Australia, speaking engagements on the Seaboard Odyssey and the Queen Mary 2, library concerts at Penrith, Ashfield, Hawkesbury, Hornsby, Hurstville, plus a week as ‘artist in residence’ Miles, Darling Downs; then there were the history projects, especially the 5 films on historic Rookwood. Anyway… busy year.
4th Dec. Fort Denison (with The Larrikins) Private event.
21st Dec – 6th January Speaker engagement Seaboard Odyssey: Sydney to Auckland
16 January. WW1 Concert at State Library of NSW
28 Jan – February 12. Crystal Cruise speaker engagement Singapore-Thailand-Vietnam-Cambodia-China.
5th March – 12 March Mid North Coast NSW tour Dead Men Talking (with Max Cullen)
17 March WW1 Concert. Sydney Opera House.
2nd – 5th April. National Folk Festival performances of Dead Men Talking and WW1 Concert.
22nd April. WW1 Concert at Penrith Library
17 July Wyong/Tuggerah Library shows WW1 concert
Jan 2 -21 st Seabourn Cruise LA to Rarotonga.
Jan 22/23/24 Sydney Festival shows ’40 Years of Sydney Festival’
Fed 28-March 8 Queen Victoria cruise. Australian waters/Kangaroo Island.
Dead Men Talking shows right through the year…….. stay tuned