WHACK!! invites you in with humour and grips you as you watch demanding, exhausting feats of dance. Adults and children alike are enthralled by this quirky, dysfunctional relationship. Are they fighting? Is there a winner? Maybe they’re trying to communicate.
A rare opportunity to journey through the birth of modern Irish literature, the Easter Rising, the new Free State and the rise of Socialism via Ó Conaire’s fascinating life; on the back of a donkey! English synopsis of Irish passages provided.
Join the “girls” from MHT for a truly magnificent night of dazzling costumes, side splitting laughter and a cast of unique characters singing and dancing all night long.
First performed 21years ago in a tent at the back of Taylor’s Bar, the following year it sold out for two weeks at Punchbag Theatre, “The New Improved Church of Chill” returns to bear witness to the triumph of the spirit of rock’n’roll
His songs are haunting, evocative and beautifully presented with many in the folk and ballad style. Johnny McEvoy has been one of the most enduring and talented singer/songwriters in these islands over the past 50 years.
In the mid-1970s a group of young men left their homes in the West of Ireland, took the boat out of Dublin Bay and sailed across the sea to England in the hope of making their fortunes and returning home.
Pitched somewhere between Yes, Minister and The West Wing, Quai d’Orsay is a merciless satire of the French political classes that will resonate with anyone who has ever lamented the calibre of some of our elected representatives.
Frederic, who has spent his formative years as a junior pirate, plans to mark his 21st birthday by breaking free from the Pirate King and beginning his courtship of Mabel But because he was born on Feb. 29, a date that only arrives every fourth year, Frederic isn’t technically 21
“The Trio di Parma seems to stretch so as to reach the marvels of the most illustrious chamber music traditions...” L’Unità
In aid of the Irish Heart Foundation - Fundraising Boxing Challenge
A Terrible Beauty is a surprisingly tender and tragic portrayal of the human side of the Easter 1916 Rising.
A rural small-town schoolteacher and mother obsessively vows to expose a young classroom thief.
The Matchmaker follows the efforts of Dicky Mick Dicky O’Connor to make matches for the lonely and lovelorn from all parts of the country. At the centre of this celebrated production is John B Keane’s marvellous and mischievous wit coupled with his unparalleled way with words.
A split within a GAA Club. Coupled with a bitter father and son conflict relating to the infamous ‘Ban’ on foreign games in the 1960s. And a never to be forgotten football match played in 1959, that resonates to the present day.
To mark the 100th Anniversary of the 1916 Rising, the young musicians of GYO will give a concert of Irish music written and arranged by Irish composers.
The fantasy of everlasting youth dyed with Des’s last purchase of Just for Men over a year ago. Now he is embracing the Grey and letting the wisdom of his years inspire his stand up.
The Grump is the hilarious story of a man who knows that everything was much better in the good old days.
Performing contemporary gospel with a touch of jazz and blues, The World Famous Harlem Gospel Choir is synonymous with power vocals, glorious sound and infectious energy.
The title is drawn from the poetic imagery of seventeenth century metaphysicists Phineas Fletcher and Patrick Carey, heard in works by Gibbons, Walton and Leighton.
Following a sell-out run at The New Theatre in Dublin, the play is centred around Constance Markievicz, depicting an event in Dublin at Easter in 1916 when a policeman was fatally shot.
Under Milk Wood is Dylan Thomas’s unique vision of human experience hammered out of the small Welsh seaside town of Llareggub (Llareggub is ”bugger all” spelt backwards).
It’s October 1978. Pope John Paul I is not long dead and Pat Farnon has ‘some business’ to do in town. The Man In The Woman’s Shoes follows Pat as he walks the 5 miles from his wee white cottage to town and back.