Arts Life - Famous séamus

What I do: Currently changing the world with classy entertainment, jazzy dancing and quality man beauty products.

Favourite café: That’s easy — Café Blue, Chatelet les Halles, Paris, France.

Current listening: Psy — ‘Gangnam Style’.

The last gig I attended: My own, Sell Out Tour. I don’t want to sound cocky but it was really excellent.

The last book I read: Arnold Schwarzenegger — Secrets for Mind Blowing Arms.

My last trip to the theatre: ‘We Will Rock You’ — I think of myself as not unlike Freddie Mercury.

The last exhibition I attended: Tate Modern — Damien Hirst — and he does so much charity work.

My favourite film: The Goonies — I love the classics.

My favourite writer/artist/musician: George Michael (below) — he is so brave.

My favourite work of art: Michelangelo’s David — we all have to push our bodies to the extreme.

My favourite venue: Carnegie Hall, but for a more intimate gig I like Horans in Limerick city, great memories.

The writer/artist/musician I would most like to meet: George Michael — I think we would quickly become close friends.

Bio: I am in a double act with my brother Seán-tastic, together we are the Lords of Strut. We are living out our destiny to become world famous celebrities. It takes hard work — dreams are not made on the stage, they are made in the rehearsal room. I didn’t just accidentally get to where I am today, it took hard work and I just want to say to all the kids out there: if you have a dream, you take that dream with two hands and one day you can be just like me!

Upcoming gigs: November 4 – 10, Smock Alley, Boys School, Dublin. Nov 15 -17, Half Moon, Cork Nov 22, Siamsa Tíre, Tralee.

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