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MUSIC

LITERATURE

COMEDY

CINEMA

JANUARY Su 12

Dirk Powell, Michael McGoldrick, Brendan Gleeson & Francis Gaffney

MARCH (continued) 8pm

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Oklahoma

8pm

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Oklahoma

8pm

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Oklahoma

8pm

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Oklahoma

8pm

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Oklahoma

2pm & 8pm

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Child’s Pose

8pm

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Nivelli’s War

10am & 4pm 8pm

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Le Week-end

8pm

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Christos Tsiolkas

8pm

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Sonny Knowles

8pm

Su 19

Tom Crean – Antarctic Explorer

8pm

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Like Father, Like Son

8pm

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Faith

Access

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Aladdin

7.30pm

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Michael Harding

8pm

By Bus / Train Dun Laoghaire bus terminus is located across the road from the theatre and accessed via bus numbers: 7, 45A, 46A, 59, 75 & 111. Dun Laoghaire DART station is located directly across the road from the theatre.

W 22

Aladdin

7.30pm

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A Boy and His Box

1pm & 3pm

Th 23

Aladdin

7:30pm

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Aladdin

7.30pm

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Andy Irvine & Donal Lunny

8pm

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Aladdin

2.30pm & 7.30pm

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Blue is The Warmest Colour

8pm

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The Bridge Below the Town

8pm

Su 26

Aladdin

2.30pm

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The Bridge Below the Town

8pm 6pm

By Car Car parking is available in the Park Rite Car Park, situated under Pavilion Theatre, entrance on Queen’s Road. Parkrite offer Pavilion Theatre patrons a flat rate of €3 for evening performances (6pm onwards) upon presentation of theatre ticket. For opening hours contact: (01) 284 4938 Royal Marine Hotel Car Park Royal Marine Hotel, Marine Road. Hourly rate: €2.50 Open 24 hours. (01) 230 0030 / 230 0029 On Street Parking Free from 7pm - Please check parking meters for more information. Pavilion Theatre is not liable for any parking facilities in Dun Laoghaire.

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Blue Jasmine

8pm

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Broadway Bound

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Jason Byrne

8pm

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Broadway Bound

6pm

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Nebraska

8pm

FEBRUARY S

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Taming of the Shrew

7:30pm

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Hannah Arendt

8pm

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

7.30pm

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The Showband Show

8pm

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

7.30pm

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Heroin

8pm

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Jerry Fish

8pm

Th

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The National Documentary Film Mistaken for Stranger

8pm

APRIL

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Gay Byrne

8pm

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Sebastian Barry

8pm

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The Selfish Giant

8pm

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Dance Extravaganza

3pm & 7.30pm

W 12

Chancers

8pm

Th 13

Chancers

8pm

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The Drama Academy Showcase 2013

7pm

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Salvo

8pm

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The Falling Song

8pm

2pm & 4pm

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Ruby Wax

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12 Leeson Park School of Music

4pm

The Broken Circle Breakdown

8pm

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Moon Man

3pm

Happy Days

8pm

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After Lucia

8pm

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Rachel Kolly d'Alb

8pm

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The State We're In

8pm

F

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Armistead Maupin

8pm

S

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The Nualas

8pm

Mr. Foley - The Radio Operator

Su 16 M

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Th 20

8pm

F

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Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill

8pm

S

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My Brother Peter

8pm

Th

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Hue & Cry

8pm

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Short Term 12

8pm

S

19

Losha

1pm & 3pm

Th 27

Jezebel

8pm

S

19

Neil Delemare

8pm

F

Jezebel

8pm

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The State We're In

8pm

Th

24

Silent

8pm 8pm

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MARCH S

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Jezebel

8pm

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25

Silent

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Gloria

8pm

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Ernest and Celestine

3pm

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The Attacca Quartet

8pm

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Donnie Monro

8pm

Th

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A Portrait of The Artist as a Young Man

8pm

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Inside Llewyn Davis

8pm

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The State We're In

8pm

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A Portrait of The Artist as a Young Man

8pm

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My Neighbour Totoro

3pm

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David O'Doherty

8pm

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M O N DAY N I G HT C I N E M A

SEASON TICKET

Save money and treat yourself (or a loved one) to a full season of Monday Cinema at Pavilion Theatre. For only e75 you can ensure you won’t miss any of our fantastic programme of arthouse, classic and independent cinema throughout the first half of 2014.

AT PAVILION THEATRE Hannah Arendt German / English Subtitles

German filmmaker von Trotta tells the dramatic story of Hannah Arendt - one of the great thinkers of the 20th Century. Using real-life footage, this biopic hones in on Arendt’s controversial reporting for the New Yorker, throughout the trial of Nazi Adolf Eichmann and on what she coined as ‘the banality of evil.’ Official Selection at the Toronto International and New York Jewish Film Festivals.

Mon 3 Feb 8pm CLUB €7.50/6.50

Le Week-end

The Selfish Giant

Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan play a middleaged couple celebrating their anniversary with a seemingly romantic getaway to Paris, in hopes of rekindling their relationship. They revisit the highs and lows of their relationship which lead to some painful truths.

A contemporary fable about 13-year old Arbor and his best friend Swifty. Difficult to control and excluded from school, Arbor clings with childlike obstinacy to Swifty, who gets pulled into a vicious circle of crime. Tensions build and soon both boys are faced with a tragedy that transforms them all.

Roger Mitchell’s bittersweet comedy is a ‘...beautifully executed, fearlessly truthful film’ Telegraph

Winner – Europa Cinemas Label, Cannes Film Festival 2013

Mon 13 Jan 8pm 15A €7.50/6.50

Mon 10 Feb 8pm 15A €7.50/6.50

Like Father, Like Son

The Broken Circle Breakdown

English

Japanese / English Subtitles

English

★★★★★ The Guardian

Winner – Jury Prize, Cannes Film Festival 2013.

Flemish / English Subtitles It’s love at first sight for Elise and Didier. They dive head-first into a sweeping romance and soon have a family of their own. But one day everything they know and love will be put on trial. An intensely moving portrait of love, propelled by a soundtrack of foot-stomping bluegrass. A smash-hit throughout Europe, this tearjerker has won numerous awards from Berlin and Tribeca.

Mon 20 Jan 8pm PG €7.50/6.50

Mon 17 Feb 8pm CLUB €7.50/6.50

Blue Jasmine

Short Term 12

Cate Blanchett is Jasmine, a blue-beyond-repair New Yorker struggling through a life crisis. Moving cross-country and down-market, Jasmine arrives in San Francisco to impose upon her estranged sister, in hopes of pulling her life back together.

Grace is a twenty-something supervisor at a foster-care facility for at-risk teenagers. Grace is passionate and dedicated to helping the kids, though still struggling with her own troubled past. She is pushed to the edge when she learns her life is about to change forever but discovers unexpected glimmers of hope along the way.

‘...the strongest, most resonant movie Woody Allen has made’ ★★★★★ New York Times

Winner – Best Actress, Locarno International Film Festival 2013

Mon 27 Jan 8pm 15A €7.50/6.50

Mon 24 Feb 8pm 15A €7.50/6.50

Hirokazu Koreeda’s heartfelt drama tells the tale of Ryota, a success-driven father pursuing a perfect life. Until it all crumbles when he learns that the son he has raised is not his son at all. This is a moving story about a man finally facing himself and questioning everything he has ever known.

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M O N DAY N I G HT C I N E M A Gloria

Spanish / English Subtitles Sebastion Lelio’s film is a tragic comedy of hope, despair and strength. Gloria is a free-spirited, 58-year old divorcée whose children have flown the nest. She rushes into a whirl of parties to curb her loneliness. This continuously leads to disappointment and emptiness until she meets Rodolfo, an ex-naval officer. From here the story unfolds against the backdrop of current political developments in Chile. Winner – Silver Bear Best Actress Award, Berlin Film Festival

AT PAVILION THEATRE Salvo

Sicilian / Italian / English Subtitles A hitman for the Sicillian Mafia, Salvo is solitary, cold and ruthless. During a hit, he discovers Rita, a young blind girl who powerlessly stands by while her brother is assassinated. Then something impossible happens and Salvo spares her life. Haunted by the world they belong to, they are linked together forever.

Mon 3 Mar 8pm 15A €7.50/6.50

Mon 7 Apr 8pm CLUB €7.50/6.50

Child’s Pose

After Lucia

Romanian / English Subtitles Child’s Pose is a riveting drama that centres on a mother’s obsessive affection for her son, and the repercussions of her actions when his well-being is placed in jeopardy. How far will a mother go to “save” her son? Will he play along? Child’s Pose is spellbinding as it navigates the waters of power, corruption and influence.

Spanish / English Subtitles

After his wife’s death, Roberto and daughter Alejandra move to Mexico City where they hope to start a new life. When a drunken sexual experience gets recorded, Alejandra becomes the victim of vicious bullying. Cannes Winner Michel Franco directs this searing story firmly establishing him as a major talent.

Winner - Golden Bear, Berlinale

Winner - Best Director, Un Certain Regard, Cannes Film Festival 2012

Mon 17 Mar 8pm PG €7.50/6.50

Mon 14 Apr 8pm CLUB €7.50/6.50

Blue is The Warmest Colour

Inside Llewyn Davis English

French / English Subtitles

This 2013 Palme d’Or winner is a strikingly uninhibited exploration of the messy, mesmerizing and turbulent nature of love. Abdellatif Kechiche controversial film focuses on the interlinked lives of Adèle and Emma. He gets under his characters’ skins and into their social reality making way for an intense love story full of overwhelming pleasure and desire.

A Coen Brothers film, following a week in the life of a young folk singer as he navigates the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961. Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac) is at a crossroads. Guitar in tow, huddled against the unforgiving New York winter, he is struggling to make it as a musician against seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

Mon 24 Mar 8pm 15A €7.50/6.50

Mon 28 Apr 8pm CLUB €7.50/6.50

Nebraska

SPECIAL SCREENINGS*

English

★★★★ The Times ★★★★ The Guardian Director Alexander Payne takes the helm for this black and white road trip drama starring Bruce Dern as a tempestuous Missouri father who’s convinced he’s won a million dollar magazine sweepstakes. Set across four American states, the film mirrors the moods of its exotic locations.

Mon 31 Mar 8pm 12A €7.50/6.50

As well as our regular MONDAY NIGHT CINEMA, we also have a variety of upcoming special screenings, such as.... GLOBE ON SCREEN: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

SAT 1 FEB 7.30PM

MY NEIGHBOUR TOTORO

SAT 8 MAR 3PM (AGE 6+)

THE NATIONAL - DOCUMENTARY

THUR 3 APR 8PM

MOON MAN

SUN 14 APR 3PM (AGE 6+)

ERNEST AND CELESTINE

SAT 26 APR 3PM (AGE 6+)

* NOTE : NOT INCLUDED IN MONDAY CINEMA SEASON TICKET

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Music Network presents

Pat Egan presents

Sonny Knowles

Dirk Powell, Michael McGoldrick, Brendan Gleeson & Francis Gaffney

SING ALONG WITH SONNY – Sonny Knowles in concert with special guests Sil Fox & Charm.

‘Dirk Powell is the greatest old-time banjo player alive…’ Steve Earle

Sonny Knowles is one of those rare Dublin personalities whose popularity with the ordinary man & woman knows no bounds.

One fine day, Dirk Powell (‘the greatest old-time banjo player alive’) met up with Irish actor Brendan Gleeson on the set of Cold Mountain, the Oscar-winning movie. Their shared love of music passed down by their grandfathers has grown into an exciting exploration of American Old Time, Cajun and traditional Irish music. Dirk & Brendan join Michael & Francis for an unforgettable music experience.

He’s a truly special talent now entering his 6th decade as a major performer on the Irish music scene. Sonny’s ability to take a song and make it his own is legendary.

Sun 12 Jan 8pm Tickets €18/16

Early Bird

Like Trad? Try Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill, 21 Feb

Sonny invites his Pavilion audience to join him with special guests in an evening of sheer enjoyment.

Sat 18 Jan 8pm Tickets €21/18

Like Sonny? Check out The Showband Show, 5 Feb

CINEMA REMINDER: Le Week-end, Mon 13 Jan www.dlrcoco.ie/library

An Evening with

Christos Tsiolkas The Slap was one of the most talked about and controversial books of recent years. Now Australian author Christos Tsiolkas, who says there’s tameness about the modern novel, returns to Pavilion with Barracuda – an astonishing new book that’s anything but tame. When talented swimmer Daniel Kelly experiences meltdown, he begins to destroy everything. Extraordinary and powerful … welcome back Christos …

Fri 17 Jan 8pm Tickets €10/8

The story, a testament of human fortitude against all the elements of Antarctica, is brought to life in this dramatic solo performance. Crean’s thirty-six mile solitary trek to base camp during the Terra Nova expedition to rescue his comrades Teddy Evans and William Lashly has been described by Antarctic historians as ‘the finest feat of individual heroism from the entire age of exploration’.

Sun 19 Jan 8pm Tickets €18/16

???? Like Son Mon 20 Jan CINEMA REMINDER: Like Father,


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Shakespeare’s Globe On Screen presents

The Taming of the Shrew Two wealthy sisters in Padua must be married off.

Aladdin – he is just a poor boy and his story’s often told – but not like this! Join Arclight for their 11th annual panto as they tell the tale of Aladdin and his Magic Lamp in their own inimitable style. Hop aboard the Flying Carpet with The Genie, Princess Jasmine Tea, Widow Twanky and a host of other unforgettable characters.

The whole family will love this tea-rifically tantalising tale of tyranny, treachery, temptation, triumph and, er, tea!

Tues 21 - Sat 26 Jan 7.30pm Sat & Sun Matinee 2.30pm All Ages Welcome Tickets €16/12

CINEMA REMINDER: Blue Jasmine, Mon 27 Jan

Modest, demure Bianca has no shortage of suitors, but who will take the wild, ungovernable, ‘shrewish’ Katherina? Perhaps the gold-digging Petruchio, as maddeningly strong-willed as Katherina herself? Tom Frow’s ‘laugh-out loud production’ of Shakespeare’s outrageous comedy introduces one of theatre’s great screwball double-acts:

a couple hell-bent on confusing and outwitting each other until the credits roll.

★★★★Time Out ‘A cheeky, clever, continuous delight’ ★★★★ The Times

Sat 1 Feb 7.30pm CLUB Tickets €7.50/6.50

CINEMA REMINDER: Hannah Arendt, Mon 3 Feb

Jason Byrne ‘the outright King of Live Comedy’ The Times After months slaving away in dark BBC studios writing and recording his new sitcom Father Figure, Jason Byrne is simply bursting for a chat. Jason is the biggest-ever selling act at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and his live shows have become part of comedy folklore.

In a show that has been called ‘so good it hurts’, Jason is sure to make waves here on our stage by the sea.

Fri 31 Jan 8pm Age 16+ Tickets €21

Like Jason? Check out David O Doherty, 8 Mar

REELING IN THE SHOWBAND YEARS – Ronan Collins turns back the clock as Pavilion rocks! The Ronan Collins Showband Show ‘Reeling In The Showband Years’ is back - and it’s bigger and better than ever! The stellar line-up includes Brendan Bowyer, Gina from The Champions, Paddy Cole of The Capitol, The Conquerors Showband, The Swarbrigg Brothers,

Lorraine McDonald and of course, Ronan himself. This Tribute to Joe, Dickie & more was a complete sellout last year - better book before Pavilion packs out!

Wed 5 Feb 8pm Tickets €32


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Abhann Productions presents

THEATREClub presents

Gay Byrne

HEROIN

Live on Stage Produced by John McColgan

Heroin is about the big one, the bad one, the one you never thought you’d try. A dramatic exposition of the social history of Heroin in Ireland over the last forty years.

Heroin - Theatre Club’s award winning show about the drug we all thought we’d never try. Heroin is the story you were never told; of the person you never saw, of what you built and then demolished.

Thu 6 Feb 8pm Age 16+ Tickets €17/15

Theatre fan? Check out Silent, 24 & 25 Apr

BACK BY D DEMAN Fans will pack the house to see and hear Gay at his idiosyncratic best in this very lively performance. The Irish Times has described the show as ‘superb…exhilarating… ingenious’ and a ‘thoroughly enjoyable evening’. Others call it a ‘Master-Class in Comedy.’

Sat 8 Feb 8pm Tickets €21

CINEMA REMINDER: The Selfish Giant, Mon 10 Feb

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Viking Theatre presents

Chancers By Robert Massey

Electric Sideshow THE JERRY FISH ELECTRIC SIDESHOW takes to the road! The standout performance of Electric Picnic There is no hype here – Jerry Fish is a one-and-only. Jerry is a totally unique performer who brings an obsession onto every stage – his audience has got to be on the receiving end of a really good time!

His music has been described as ‘Lounge Lizard Schmooze’ and ‘Punk Latino’ and he arrives at Pavilion in the company of drummer Jeremy Hickey. To say a good night is guaranteed for all is putting it mildly. Catch this Fish!

Fri 7 Feb 8pm Tickets €21

Starring Mary Murray (Love/ Hate), Maria McDermottroe (Veronica Guerin, Killinaskully) Andrew Murray (Tuesdays With Morrie) and Luke Griffin (Mario Rosenstock Show) Chancers is a fast and furious comedy about the lengths we will go to when our backs are to the wall. Played out by a brilliant cast, it’s a play that takes us to the heart of the recession and asks the big moral question – what happens when opportunity knocks? Tense, taut, hilarious – take a chance on Chancers. It’s real and it’s risky…

‘Comic delight... unforgettable’ The Irish Mail on Sunday ★★★★

Wed 12 & Thu 13 Feb 8pm Tickets €18/16

Early Bird FIRST NIGHT ONLY

Theatre fan? Check out Jezebel, 27 Feb - 1 Mar


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www.dlrcoco.ie/library

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Theatre Lovett presents

Mr. Foley Armistead Maupin The Radio Operator An Evening with

MR FOLEY, THE RADIO OPERATOR – hilarious and heartbreaking, children’s theatre from Louis Lovett.

AN EVENING WITH ARMISTEAD MAUPHIN – a DLR Library Voices Series presentation. Armistead Maupin, author of the much-loved, internationally acclaimed Tales of the City serseries, comes to Dun Laoghaire with his new book The Days of Anna Madrigal. This suspenseful, comic and touching book is the ninth novel in this bestselling series featuring Anna Madrigal, the legendary transgender landlady of 28 Barbary Lane—as she embarks on a road trip that will take her deep into her past. Don’t miss this legendary American author and gay icon.

“With true comic spirit, Theatre Lovett defies all age groupings to appeal to everybody” Irish Independent

Fri 14 Feb 8pm Tickets €10/8

Theatre Lovett invites you into a world of radio waves and slapstick comedy in their new production, Mr Foley, the Radio Operator. Join Louis Lovett as he conjures characters and chapters full of charm from Mr Foley’s past. Mr Foley and his sore toe are sure to appeal to everyone.

Sun 16 Feb 2pm & 4pm Tickets €6.50 Age 6+ Family Ticket €22

Like family theatre? Try ??? Nivelli’s War, 18 Mar CINEMA REMINDER: Broken Circle Breakdown, Mon 17 Feb

The Nualas The Great Big Shiny Show

Richard Ryan Promotions presents

Happy Days By Samuel Beckett

A classic comic/tragic exploration of the human condition.

The Nualas jet in to Pavilion for one night only with their shiniest show ever. Expect glitz, expect cleavage (on their knees), expect the unexpected. Featuring acrobatic vocals (Bollox to Love), stunning instrumentation and provocative chat (‘Jesus Mary and Joseph, why am I so fat?).

The Nualas will make you laugh, cry and probably need to run to the loo. These girls are certainly working outside the box. Are you ready?

Sat 15 Feb 8pm Age 15+ Tickets €18/16

Like a good laugh? Neil Delamare, 19 Apr

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Thu 20 Feb 8pm Tickets €17/15 Age 14+

Early Bird

Like Beckett? You’ll love Joyce, 6 & 7 Mar


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Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill

Martin Hayes is an Irish fiddle virtuoso. Dennis Cahill is an American master guitarist. Bring them together and discover just why they have garnered international renown for taking traditional music to the very edge of the genre, holding listeners spellbound with their slow-building, fiery performances.

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Rough Magic presents

‘one of the great musical partnerships of our time’ The New York Times

Fri 21 Feb 8pm Tickets €22/20

Like Trad? See Andy Irvine & Donal Lunny, 22 Mar

By Mark Canton

My Brother Peter

★★★★ The Irish Times ‘One of the most enjoyable night’s theatre I’ve had all year’ entertainment.ie JEZEBEL BY MARK CANTON – Rough Magic’s adult comedy about hot sex meeting cold statistics.

MY BROTHER PETER – brilliantly original musical theatre featuring the Irish Chamber Orchestra, Bosco Hogan & Tchaikovsky! Director Patrick Mason joins forces with the ICO in a brilliantlyrealised original piece of musical theatre, based on the composer Tchaikovsky. Bosco Hogan captures the achievement and the tragedy of a man who created some of the greatest music ever written.

Marriage, sexuality, death – plus hard-to-tell truths - great music tells many amazing stories. My Brother Peter unlocks the secrets – a truly fascinating evening.

Sat 22 Feb 8pm Tickets €22.50/20

Early Bird

Like Classical? See Rachel Kolly d’Alb, 15 Apr CINEMA REMINDER: Short Term 12, Mon 24 Feb

Alan and Robin are go-getters who want to spice up their sex life. Jezebel is a woe-fretting singleton who’s looking for one. Could a threesome be the answer to all their problems? Mark Canton’s Jezebel is a light-hearted lesson in what not to do when your sex life needs saving. Starring Peter Daly, Margaret McAuliffe and Valerie O’Connor; Revival Director, Lynne Parker. (warnings: some strong language and sexual references)

Thu 27 Feb - Sat 1 Mar 8pm Early Bird Tickets €18/16 FIRST NIGHT ONLY Age Suitability 16+

CINEMA REMINDER: Gloria, Mon 3 Mar


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Music Network presents

The Attacca Quartet “In a word, sensational” New York Times

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A Studio Ghibli Movie

My Neighbour Totoro

English (dubbed from Japanese)

?? Described as ‘hungry, bold and biting’, Attacca’s amazingly talented New Yorkers bring the music of Adams, Beethoven and Janacek to the wonderfully intimate Pavilion. Attacca have scooped up awards with abandon as their infectious energy brings out the hidden joys, humour and passion of the music they perform.

For their Music Network Irish debut tour, Attacca blend music together with poetic narrative in an original, profound and moving performance.

Tue 4 Mar 8pm Tickets €18/16

Early Bird

This enchanting tale by Hayao Miyazaki, features the voices of Dakota and Elle Fanning.

Sat 8 Mar 3pm Age 6+ Tickets €5 Cert G

Like Family Cinema? See Ernest & Celestine, 26 Apr

New Theatre Dublin presents

A Portrait of The Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce

David O’Doherty DAVID O’DOHERTY WILL TRY TO FIX EVERYTHING – but will he succeed? Probably? Well, possibly.

‘Draws inspiration from Joyce, but finds its own feet too’ – so writes Kate O’Connor about Jimmy Fay’s direction of this seminal stage adaptation of Joyce’s earliest masterpiece. In Portrait, Stephen Dedalus seeks to ‘fly above the nets that would catch him’ as Joyce begins to develop his own individual aesthetic and find liberty in the mainstream of European culture. This brilliant New Theatre production is ‘imaginative and graceful... and highly visual’ Sunday Independent

When two young sisters move to the country to be near their ailing mother, they discover the nearby forest is inhabited by magical creatures called Totoros who take them on magical adventures!

Thu 6 & Fri 7 Mar 8pm Tickets €18/16

Early Bird

David has written a new comedy show with both talking and songs as he likes to give good value. David is a former Miss Ireland, offspring of Shannon/Pete Doherty and sometimes called the Ryanair James Bond. His svelte new look is ‘Jaws-era Steven Spielberg’. Recipient of the 2008 Edinburgh Comedy Award, David’s brilliant new show will fix everything funny that’s missing from your life. Well, probably….possibly …

Sat 8 Mar 8pm Tickets €18/16

FIRST NIGHT ONLY

Like Comedy? Try Ruby Wax, 11 Apr


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Dun Laoghaire Musical & Dramatic Society presents

OKLAHOMA! ‘O What a Beautiful Evening’ with the Dun Laoghaire Musical & Dramatic Society Is Oklahoma the very best American musical ever? It’s certainly one of the most popular! Enjoy this classic Rodgers & Hammerstein show brilliantly brought to you by the award-winning multi-talented cast of the DMDS. A ‘must’ for musical fans!

Great song numbers such as ‘Beautiful Morning’ and ‘ I’m just a Girl who Can’t Say No’ will have you happily humming your way down the East Pier.

Tue 11 - Sat 15 Mar 8pm + Matinee 2pm Sat Tickets €20/18* Family €50* *on certain shows

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Guna Nua Theatre presents

Faith

FAITH – a darkly comic exploration of one man’s struggle to find himself in post-recession Ireland. How can Michael cope with the stresses of redundancy and his new role as a stay-at-home husband? He meets a charismatic friend who gives him new hope and a new job, guarding an empty office block in the IFSC. But his newfound optimism and low-paid employment don’t wash at home.

Wed 19 Mar 8pm Age 16+ Tickets €18/16

Theatre fan? Check out Silent, 24 & 25 Apr CINEMA REMINDER: Child’s Pose, Mon 17 Mar

Cahoots NI presents

Nivelli’s War NIVELLI’S WAR - presented by Cahoots NI. The true story of an incredible journey.

When all seems lost, a mysterious stranger comes to his aid; a man who knows the value of magic.

Nivelli’s War tells the dramatic story of Ernst, a six year old boy evacuated to the countryside from Frankfurt in World War II. When war ends, Ernst finds himself alone with no idea how to get home again.

Vivid, moving and enchanting.

Tue 18 Mar 10am & 4pm Tickets €6.50 Age 7+ Family €22

An Evening with

Michael Harding Michael Harding, the Irish Times Columnist, playwright and novelist, has written a memoir that has gone to the top of the bestsellers list and recently won two awards at the Bord Gais Energy Irish Book Awards. Staring at Lakes is a beautifully written book in which he talks with openness and honesty about his journey through life, leaving the priesthood, falling in love, being overwhelmed by depression and ultimately how he found a way out of the dark by accepting the fragility of love and the importance of now. He tells his remarkable story with great wit and has enthralled and entertained audiences with his unique take on life in Ireland. An evening with Michael Harding will be among the best you’ll spend this Spring!

Fri 21 Mar 8pm Tickets €15/12


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Replay Theatre Company presents

A Boy and His Box

NASC in association with Livin’ Dred Theatre Company present

‘My son ran home and started to draw… and two days later he’s still drawing!’ Parent A BOY & HIS BOX - for every child who ever played with a cardboard box! A Boy and His Box is a place of wonder. It’s a glorious celebration of the amazing world that is a child’s imagination and reminds grown-ups how an adventure can begin with the stroke of a pen. The show delights with live drawing, projection, quirky tunes and brilliantly ridiculous sound effects.

Sat 22 Mar 1pm & 3pm Tickets €6.50 Ages 4-8 Family €22

Andy Irvine & Donal Lunny

ANDY IRVINE & DONAL LUNNY –two major icons of Irish traditional music, one great night! Pavilion is proud to welcome two giants of the Irish traditional music scene, Andy Irvine and Donal Lunny, as they unite for an evening of great music - a compelling mixture of traditional songs and originals composed by Andy.

Between them, Irvine and Lunny have been at the helm of legendary bands like Sweeney’s Men, Planxty, The Bothy Band and Mozaik. Now they share our stage, together.

Sat 22 Mar 8pm Tickets €22.50/20

CINEMA REMINDER: Blue is The Warmest Colour, Mon 24 Mar

Love will survive us all. THE BRIDGE BELOW THE TOWN is an absorbing new play set in the colourful, innocent world of 1950s small-town Ireland. Golly Murray and husband Patsy triumph over adversity in the most extraordinary, uplifting way.

This is a rollercoaster production about life, love, Butlin’s and Nuns who make Marla Men - played out to a classic soundtrack.

Tue 25 & Wed 26 Mar 8pm Early Bird Tickets €18/16 FIRST NIGHT ONLY

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Take2 Performing Arts School presents

Broadway Bound

The National – Documentary Film

Mistaken for Strangers

‘Katie’ dreams of being a star on Broadway - but discovers how difficult it is to rise to the top. It takes not only talent but hard work, dedication & commitment. With the help of a ‘Producer’, Katie realises ‘there’s no business like show business’. Featuring songs from Matilda, Annie, Sister Act, A Chorus Line, Priscilla, Copacabana, 42nd Street, Annie Get Your Gun & Les Miserables.

Sat 29 & Sun 30 Mar 6pm Tickets €16

In 2010 critically acclaimed US band The National embarked on their biggest tour to date. Seeing an opportunity to spend time with his younger brother – lead singer Matt Berninger invited Tom along. Tom begins to make a mischievous portrait of the band, with 200 hours of unedited live footage and interviews.

CINEMA REMINDER: Nebraska, Mon 31 Mar

IADT presents

A Midsummer Night’s Dream A brilliant retelling of Shakespeare’s tale by IADT Drama Society.

One of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies, this night of love, magic and chaos is not to be missed.

As the Duke of Athens prepares to wed the Queen of the Amazons, four young lovers run rampant in the woodland. The fairies wage their own wars while a group of players struggle to rehearse their performance for the royal wedding.

IADT Drama Society welcomes all ye fair lovers, young and old.

Tue 1 & Wed 2 Apr 7.30pm Tickets €12/8

‘Brilliant...’ The Huffington Post ‘…the best documentary we’ve seen all year’ The New York Observer

Thu 3 Apr 8pm CLUB Tickets €7.50/6.50

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Sebastian Barry in Conversation with Myles Dungan Award-winning author Sebastian Barry’s The Temporary Gentleman is the sixth book in his cycle of separate yet interconnected novels that brilliantly re-imagine characters from Barry’s own family. Sebastian reads from his astonishing new novel and he and Myles Dungan share Pavilion’s stage to discuss the eventful life and times of Jack McNulty, an Irishman in the British Army. Another not-to-be-missed DLR Voices presentation.

Fri 4 Apr 8pm Tickets €10/8

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Junk Ensemble presents

KC Dance Academy present

Dance Extravaganza

The Falling Song The Falling Song is a performance piece of radical musicality and inventive human energy. TFS features an international all-male cast and a local children’s choir. It’s about flying and falling and the dangerous relationship the two.

‘an elegant simplicity, a sense of clarity and profundity’ The Irish Times

DANCE EXTRAVAGANZA – KC Dance Academy is back with a surefire, highstepping hit show! We’re delighted to welcome KC Dance Academy back to Pavilion for the third time with a brand new dance show that sounds great and looks stunning. Dance Extravaganza features a mix of ballet and modern dance with children of all ages and young adults taking part.

There is lots to enjoy for everyone in the audience with a variety of dances plus music from classical to pop.

Sat 5 Apr 3pm & 7.30pm Tickets €20/18

The Drama Academy Showcase 2013

SHOWCASE 2013 WITH THE DRAMA ACADEMY - drama, dance, music, and more! The Drama Academy returns again to Pavilion Theatre for their eagerly awaited 2014 Showcase Spectacular. Expect an evening of entertainment packed with drama, musical theatre and dance - including extracts from brilliant musical shows such as Matilda and Les Miserables.

Male physicality is pushed to the extreme, exploring self-destruction, failure and invincibility. Multi-award winning Junk Ensemble - Truly original …

‘adrenalin pumping...’ Irish Theatre Magazine

Thu 10 April 8pm Tickets €16/12 Age 12+

Ruby Wax ‘Sane New World’ A Brand New Stage Show ‘Wax has an extraordinary mind, and she has brought it to bear with her trademark wit... a ruby beyond price’ Stephen Fry

There’s talent galore on the stage by the sea tonight in Drama Academy Showcase 2014 produced and directed by Sally Blair White and Deirdre Nolan.

Sun 6 Apr 7pm Tickets €13/10

CINEMA REMINDER: Salvo, Mon 7 Apr

Ruby Wax – comedian, writer, mental health campaigner. This version of Sane New World is Ruby’s, zappy, highly visual, interactive one woman show, based on her book published last year. It’s a very funny and deeply serious, hard hitting and inspiring take on how the brain works and how to take more control of our thinking. Based on her personal experience, backed up by in depth research this show really could change your life. Truly Original.

Fri 11 Apr 8pm Age 16+ Tickets €21/18


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Leeson Park School of Music

Music Network presents

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Rachel Kolly d’Alb ‘Time and again my jaw dropped at the passionate skill of her playing.” The Times

MUSIC TO YOUR EARS - with the stars of tomorrow from Leeson Park School of Music. The annual concert of the famous Leeson Park School of Music promises to hit all the right notes. Our annual concert brings together the considerable talents of three small flute orchestras, two small

string orchestras – plus some individual performers on piano, violin, cello, flute and guitar. Our celebrated 40 Voice Choir will entertain with a selection of songs, old and new.

Sat 12 Apr 4pm Tickets €8

Moon Man Language : English

THE FRENCH CONNECTION – Rachel Kolly d’Alba, violin and Christian Chamorel, piano. Violinist Rachel Kolly d’Alba is one of those very rare players whose ability to connect with audiences makes it easy to overlook her sizzling virtuosity. Rachel is joined at Pavilion by Swiss pianist Christian Chamorel, in a programme

featuring works by Faure, Chausson, Deane, Franck and Ravel. ‘Electrifying intensity, indelible Impact’ The Star

Tue 15 Apr 8pm Tickets €16/14

Umbrella Theatre Company presents

‘The Tide is Turning’ The State We’re In Trilogy - Economy By Gerard Dalton

Moon Man is bored stiff, just sitting there, on the moon. Then one night, a shooting star whizzes through outer space. Grabbing it by the tail, Moon Man hitches a ride to Earth! He sets off on a journey, where he will marvel at the many wonders the Earth has to offer.

But all is not well and he soon realizes how much children love and need him. Based on the children’s book Moon Man by Tomi Ungerer.

Sun 13 Apr 3pm Tickets €7.50/6.50 Age 6+ Cert G

CINEMA REMINDER: After Lucia, Mon 14 Apr

Early Bird

The collapse of the Celtic Tiger and the world financial crisis – nobody wanted to contemplate the consequences. The State We’re In creates the atmosphere of a live debate in 2024, providing a glimpse of the future. Compelling...challenging... and Provocative, interactive theatre where you can have your say. €25 ticket for The State We’re In Trilogy

Wed 16 Apr 8pm Tickets €11/9


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Hue & Cry HUE & CRY – REMOTE STRIPPED TOUR - engaging, challenging, entertaining – classic pop-soul. Hue and Cry burst onto the music scene in the late 1980s with the outstandingly successful albums Seduced & Abandoned and Remote. Hit single Labour of Love is typical of their award winning style of intellectual, appealing pop songs, fused with their unique

brand of soulfulness gives rise to their continued success. Having appeared alongside industry icons such as U2, Madonna, James Brown and Van Morrison, Pat & Greg now headline their stunning Remote Stripped Tour.

Thur 17 Apr 8pm Tickets €22

Monkeyshine Theatre present

Neil Delamere NEIL DELAMERE IN SMARTBOMB – a show guaranteed to make you explode with laughter! Following his sold out tour last year, Neil Delamere makes his highly anticipated return to Pavilion Theatre. Smartbomb sees the star of BBC’s The Blame Game and Fighting Talk, and RTE’s The Panel explain Ireland’s recession, eye patches and email viruses – but probably not in that order.

It’s ‘funny, engaged, clever, inventive, entertaining’ says the Irish Independent. Be smart, book now to witness Delamere at his brilliant and hilarious best.

Sat 19 Apr 8pm Tickets €20

Umbrella Theatre Company presents

Losha

NEIL DELAMERE IN SMARTBOMB – a show guaranteed to make you explode with laughter!

‘God on Our Side’

Following his sold out tour last year, Neil Delamere makes his highly anticipated return to the Pavilion Theatre. Smartbomb sees the star of BBC’s The Blame Game and Fighting Talk and RTE’s The Panel explain Ireland¹s eyecivil patches Religiousrecession, conflict and unrest and email wanted viruses to – but probably – nobody yield ground not in order.of their own religious in that defence beliefs.

It’s “funny, engaged, clever, inventive, entertaining” says the Irish Independent. Be smart, book now to witness Delamere at his brilliant and hilarious best.

The State We’re In Trilogy - Religion By Gerard Dalton

LOSHA – a magical tale about the important things, presented by Monkeyshine Theatre. Meet Losha, a magical creature who likes to collect things - small things, important things, lost things.

THE STATE WE’RE IN creates the atmosphere of a live debate in 2024, providing a glimpse of the future.

She will share memories of halfremembered stories and bring forgotten dreams to life in a delicate world of light and shadows. Losha is a show for family audiences, developed under the Arts Council’s Theatre Maker In Residence scheme with Roscommon Arts Centre and Co Council, with mentorship by Theatre Velo France.

Lisa Richards presents

Sat 19 Apr 1pm & 3pm Tickets €6.50 Age 5+ Family €22

Enlightening ...stimulating... and provocative, interactive theatre where you can have your say. €25 ticket for The State We’re In Triology

Wed 23 Apr 8pm Tickets €11/9

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Panique au village

‘a striking performance under Jim Culleton’s effective direction… a moving story, which, until its end, pulses with the erratic noise of life’ Irish Times

Ernest and Celestine French/English Subtitles An experienced reader will read subtitles aloud and bring the characters to life

‘riveting’ Sunday Times An exclusive screening of this delightfully old-fashioned animation. Director Benjamin Renner creates an exceptional film that brings life to Gabrielle Vincent’s enchanting characters and her beautifully drawn animal world.

From the makers of the hilarious TV series and feature animation, Panique au village, this is a gentle story filled with wit and warmth as a tiny mouse and a big bear become the most unlikely of friends

Sat 26 Apr 3pm Age 6+ Tickets e5

Donnie Monro Former Runrig frontman Donnie Munro - now with his own unique style - enjoys major international success as a solo artist and writer.

SILENT WITH PAT KINEVANE One man, many characters, provocative, physical and funny. Silent tells the life-story of a man named Tino; named after Rudolph Valentino. Silent speaks of a dark spot in the Irish psyche and touches on marriage, fatherhood, illness and relationships. In writer-performer Pat Kinevane’s hands, Silent becomes a witty fantastically-performed odyssey that touches on theatrical genius. See and listen to Pat Kinevane being Silent and you will leave Pavilion with your head in a different and better place. (warnings: some strong language)

Thu 24 & Fri 25 Apr 8pm For ages 16+ Tickets €18/16

Scotsman Donnie sets out on a series of sell-out acoustic shows where he revisits iconic material such as Walking down the Glory Road and introduces new work from his multi award-winning Heart of America album. Hear one of the most distinctive voices ever to come out of Scotland... Failte romhat Donnie!

Sat 26 Apr 8pm Tickets €20 CINEMA REMINDER: Inside Llewyn Davis, Mon 28 Apr


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