A musical about a man the English don’t remember and the Irish will never forget. Put your hands up for Oliver Cromwell: Daddy of Democracy, Puritan and total Taurus. Ollie’s Army is back for a night of pure carnage, legendary pop anthems and bloody historical re-enactments.

But listen, he’s very sorry. Really very sorry. Really.

This is history but not as you know it; Oliver Cromwell is Really Very Sorry is an outrageous new musical exploring English colonialism in Ireland framed by an archeological dig in search of Cromwell’s missing head.

The story sees award winning cabaret star and writer Xnthony channel England’s ‘Daddy of Democracy’ with an electrifying blend of pop bangers and musical theatre extravaganza.

Written by Anthony Keigher, Sam Curtis Lindsay and ÓDÚ.

Winner of Best Ensemble at Dublin Fringe Festival. Nominated for Best Production, Best Sound Scape, Best Costume and the Audience Choice Award at Irish Times Theatre Awards 2022.


Funded by the Arts Council/An Chomuhairle Ealaíon, Arts Council England, Roscommon County Council and Xnthony LTD.


Developed at MAKE with Cork Midsummer Festival, Dublin Fringe Festival, Project Arts Centre, Theatre Forum and supported by NDT Broadgate.



Saturday 4th November | 8pm | €20