Public Performances

16 strings, 8 dancing feet and 4 voices with 1 aim: to make classical music wickedly funny and fantastically exhilarating for audiences everywhere! Graffiti Classics bursts the elitist boundaries of the traditional String Quartet with its hilarious all-singing, all-dancing musical comedy show.

It’s a classical concert, a gypsy-folk romp, an opera, a stand-up comedy set and a brilliant dance show all rolled into one! This world-class show never fails to get audiences laughing, clapping and singing along.

In hot demand in top theatres, festivals and at prestigious venues across the globe, as well as headlining on the world’s most luxurious cruise ships, the band also performs regularly on national TV and radio. Most recently, Graffiti Classics performed on BBC TV’s Hoopla!, played live on Jeni Barnett’s BBC Radio Show as well as being a profile feature on Lyric FM’s Culture File in Ireland. The band has also performed on The Late Late Show in Ireland.

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Graffiti Classics regularly tours theatres and Festivals across the world because the show is enjoyable in any language and is loved by all audiences, young and old. The group’s virtuosic playing of well-loved classics combined with its cheeky comedy and hilarious audience interaction ensure that audiences are left with a smile on their face and a song in their heart!

Graffiti Classics regularly appears at the London Southbank Centre, the Edinburgh Festival as well the Babaro International Arts Festival in Ireland. Most recently, the band has appeared at the Quay Theatre, Leeds International Jewish Festival, Chichester Festival, Ashbourne Festival, the Rochester Proms as well as performing at the Mardi Gras in New Orleans. The band also tours internationally to theatres including Norway, Germany, Ireland, Spain, Morocco, Singapore and Vietnam.

See our live dates page to find out where Graffiti Classics will be performing next.

  • Edinburgh Festival
  • Faenol Festival with Bryn Terfel
  • Northern Aldborough Festival
  • Raw Talent Festival, Leicester
  • Bude Festival
  • Criccieth Festival
  • Wrexham Festival
  • St David's Festival
  • Welsh Proms
  • National Concert Hall Dublin
  • Gaiety Theatre, Dublin
  • Players Theatre, Louth
  • Royal Albert Hall
  • Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines
  • Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCL)
  • Crystal Cruise Lines
  • Cunnard Cruise Lines
  • Holland & America Cruise Lines
  • Henley Festival
  • Bloomsbury Theatre London
  • Chichester Festival
  • Semana Grande. Bilbao (Guipúzcoa)
  • Ibiza. Caixa Forum
  • Teatro Bergidum (Ponferrada, León)
  • Festival Ecos (Cartagena, Murcia)
  • Festival Internacional de Música (Medina del Campo, Valladolid)
  • Teatro Palacio de la Audiencia (Soria)
  • Gran Teatro de Barakaldo (Guipúzcoa)
  • Teatro Amaia, Mondragón (Guipúzcoa)
  • Palacio de Tola (Elorrio, Guipúzcoa)
  • Amurrio Antzokia (Amurrio, Álava)
  • Auditorio Joaquín Rodrigo (Aranjuez, Madrid)
  • Teatro Mira (Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid)
  • Devizes Festival
  • Waterfront Hall, Belfast
  • Salisbury International Arts Festival
  • Darlington Arts Centre
  • Theatre by the Lake, Keswick
  • Quay Arts Centre, Isle of Wight
  • Forest Arts Centre, New Milton
  • Playhouse, Alnwick
  • Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe
  • Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond
  • Selby Town Hall
  • Corn Exchange, Wallingford
  • Riverside Theatre, Coleraine N. Ireland
  • Island Arts Centre, Lisburn N. Ireland
  • Croft Hall, Hungerford
  • Etcetera Theatre, London
  • International Arts Centre, Singapore
  • Barcelona. Caixa Forum
  • Teatro Principal (Mahón, Menorca)
  • Teatro-Auditorio (Chinchilla de Montearagón, Albacete
  • Auditorio Municipal (Tarancón, Cuenca)
  • Teatro José María Rodero (Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid)
  • Teatro José Monleón (Leganés, Madrid
  • Teatro Auditorio Ciudad de Alcobendas (Madrid)
  • Teatro Buero Vallejo (Guadalajara)
  • Festival Virgen de las Viñas (Aranda de Duero, Burgos)
  • Festival de Verano (Ascó, Tarragona)
  • Festival Musikale (País Vasco)
  • Pavillion Theatre, Dublin
  • Rochester Proms
  • Ashbourne Festival
  • International Jewish Festival Leeds
  • Leyburn Town Jubillee Celebrations
  • Leeds Castle
  • Quay Theatre, Suffolk
  • Southbank Centre, London
  • Fest Sevilla
  • A simply wonderful show

    – The Times

  • Graffiti simply mesmerised the audience

    – Enfield Independent

  • A magical hour and a bit-mixing first-rate virtuoso playing with stand-up comedy and dance-sensational!

    – Jewish Telegraph

  • Delightful….highbrow music finds fusion with visual comedy for those who choose to smile their way through classical music’

    – The Stage

  • Terrific! The Fab Four earned themselves a standing ovation with scintillating repertoire

    – Nottingham Post