Ceol Connected brings The Quiet Tree to the Whale Theatre, Greystones.

Ceol Connected brings The Quiet Tree to the Whale Theatre, Greystones.

Sunday, 29 August 2021, 12.00pm

The creatures of Whistleberry Forest have discovered a little oak tree growing deep in the woods. However, there are no birds singing, no leaves rustling, and no animals scurrying around its trunk.

Presented by Ceol Connected, this delightful show is packed with mesmerising music and singalong songs. Children and their adults are invited on an adventure through the forest where they will explore musical soundscapes, sing, dance, and help Ornaith the owl, Sorley the snail, and Faolán the frog bring the little oak tree to life through music.

The Quiet Tree has been described as “a wonderful, magical, absolutely enchanting and beguiling work... a real treasure” (Ellen Cranitch, Vespertine on RTÉ Lyric FM).

Performed by Ceol Connected’s Thomas Johnston (whistles and song) and Samantha Harvey (keys). Suitable for children ages 2-6 and their adults.

This performance is supported by The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media through the Live Performance Support Scheme.

Please note, this is a socially distanced performance with a reduced capacity so please make sure to book your tickets early to avoid disappointment. If you have any questions, please email [email protected]
Tickets priced at €12 are available now at


The Quiet Tree by Ceol Connected | 2018 Tour Trailer

Published on 21 July 2021

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