DINOSAURS AROUND THE WORLD

NOW OPEN AT DUBLIN’S AMBASSADOR THEATRE UNTIL 30 APRIL 2018 Embark on a globetrotting expedition around the world to discover the Age of Reptiles! Dublin’s Ambassador Theatre presents Dinosaurs Around the World. Now open daily from 10:00am with last entry at 6pm until 30 April 2018. Dinosaurs Around the World takes you back in time on a dinosaur adventure and a tour of an Earth

TOSCA – Bord Gais Energy Theatre from 14 -18 March

The Mikhailovsky Opera Of St Petersburg Proudly Present TOSCA For 5 Performances Only at Bord Gais Energy Theatre from 14 -18 March  Featuring Ireland’s Star Soprano Celine Byrne and Russian Star Maria Litke as Floria Tosca  Accompanied by The RTE National Symphony Orchestra   The Mikhailovsky Opera Of St Petersburg, accompanied by The RTE National Symphony Orchestra, proudly present TOSCA. Puccini’s

ROSS O’CARROLL-KELLY | POSTCARDS FROM THE LEDGE

ROSS O’CARROLL-KELLY | POSTCARDS FROM THE LEDGE by Paul Howard a one-man show Starring Rory Nolan as Ross FOR 19 PERFORMANCES ONLY AT THE GAIETY THEATRE FROM 25 Oct – 11 Nov 2017 Tickets from €22 on sale now Ross O’Carroll-Kelly takes his rightful place in the spotlight … starring in his own one-man show on the stage of the Gaiety Theatre. The year

JOSEPHINE K AND THE ALGORITHMS

The Abbey Theatre presents Stacey Gregg’s newest play JOSEPHINE K AND THE ALGORITHMS 11 – 21 October 2017 The Abbey Theatre presents Stacey Gregg’s new play Josephine K and the Algorithms on the Peacock Stage as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival this year from 11 – 21 October 2017. Orla Fitzgerald (The Wind That Shakes the Barley, The Guarantee, Pure Mule) plays

THIS WAS OUR SCENE

A PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION OF LONDON’S 00’S INDIE SCENE BY IRISH PHOTOGRAPHER GREGORY NOLAN AT FUMBALLY EXCHANGE FROM 19 – 22 OCTOBER 2017   London, the mid-noughties, a scene. The Libertines, Mumford and Sons, Frank Turner, Dan Smith (later of Bastille), Florence and the Machine, Razorlight and others, though inhabiting different genres, were filling clubs and

ABBEY THEATRE PRESENTS ULYSSES

BY JAMES JOYCE | ADAPTED BY DERMOT BOLGER | DIRECTED BY GRAHAM McLAREN Download Ulysses Image here The Abbey Theatre presents Dermot Bolger’s brilliantly adapted, vibrant version of James Joyce’s classic Ulysses in a thrilling production for theatre. With performances on the Abbey Stage from 2 – 14 October as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival, Ulysses performances will

ONCE

ONCE The Multi Award-Winning Musical Comes Home to Dublin with, for the first time ever, an all-Irish cast Olympia Theatre | 30 June – 26 August 2017 Tickets On Sale Now WINNER 8 TONY Awards including BEST MUSICAL GRAMMY AWARD – Best Musical Theatre Album  OSCAR – Best Original Song, Falling Slowly   It has played

Shit Robot, Daithi and more added to full Sea Sessions Lineup

Fri Jun 23rd – Sun Jun 25th 2017 “Ireland’s Biggest Beach Party” The Coronas, Primal Scream, Sigma, Foy Vance, All Tvvins, Badly Drawn Boy, MR Scruff, Little Hours, Dreadzone, Shit Robot, Brian Deady, Aine Cahill, Wyvern Lingo, Daithi, Gurr, Kormac, Talos, The Cuban Brothers, Caravãna Sun, Otherkin, Stomptown Brass, Touts, Chasing Abbey, Soulé, Orchid Collective, Bitch

Once the Multi Award-Winning Musical Comes Home to Dublin with, for the first time ever, an all-Irish cast

Olympia Theatre | 1 July – 26 August 2017 Tickets on sale worldwide from this Friday, 3 March 2017 at 9am WINNER 8 TONY Awards including BEST MUSICAL GRAMMY AWARD – Best Musical Theatre Album OSCAR – Best Original Song, Falling Slowly It has played for over three years on Broadway, two years in the West End

THE WEIR By Conor McPherson at The Gaiety Theatre

Decadent Theatre Company & Verdant Productions in association with The Gaiety Theatre present  “THE WEIR” By Conor McPherson The Gaiety Theatre from 20th February  – 4th March 2017 Sample Reviews for this Production: **** “Perfectly measured.” IRISH EXAMINER **** “This is a first rate production of a play that reaches powerfully into the understated drama of ordinary lives.” THE MAIL ON SUNDAY “The Weir takes the audience to an otherworldly dimension.”