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Booking Information

Box Office 01 231 2929 Or visit our website at www.paviliontheatre.ie Keep In Touch Box office opening hours are Mon-Sat 12-5pm (8pm on performance nights) Sun 6-8pm (only on performance nights). Telephone bookings incur a €1 transaction charge. Online booking is free! All children must be acompanied by an adult.

Discounts • Concessions are available for

students, senior citizens (65), long-term unemployed and the disabled. Subject to availability.

• Early Bird discount of

20% is available until Fri 20 Apr (excl. Travesties) on the first 50 tickets for Early Bird selected events where you see this symbol. Early Bird on Travesties applies on first 50 tickets Mon-Thu only.

• A 10% discount is available for

groups of ten or more on selected shows. Please contact the box office for details.

Theatre Bar & Cloakroom The theatre bar opens one hour before every performance with a complimentary cloakroom and interval order facility available. Wi-fi is available.

Refunds/Exchanges & Latecomers Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded unless an event is cancelled by the venue. Latecomers are only admitted at the discretion of the theatre. Prices and information can be subject to change.

Don’t forget to book for these fantastic upcoming events…

Access By Bus Dún Laoghaire bus terminus is located across the road from the theatre and accessed via bus numbers: 7, 7A, 8, 45A, 46A, 59, 75 & 111.

Fishamble: The New Play Company presents

Green Light Management Ltd. presents

By Train Dún Laoghaire DART station is located directly across the road from the theatre.

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

The Wheelchair on My Face Fri 13 Apr 8pm Tickets €15/12

I Hear You Calling Me The story of Count John McCormack Sat 14 Apr 8pm Tickets €25/23 www.dlrcoco.ie/library

On Street Parking Free from 7pm - Please check parking meters for more information Pavilion Theatre is not liable for any parking facilities in Dún Laoghaire.

A Reading by A Reading by Paul Durcan Irvine Welsh Sun 22 Apr 7.30pm Tickets €15/12 Our Media Partners

Tue 24 Apr 8pm Tickets €10/8


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BACK due to overwhelming dema Interactive Theatre Australia in association with Ten42 Productions present

Faulty Towers... the dining experience

Ardal O’Hanlon

(Tickets include three course meal - call box office for sample menu details)

“A complete joy to watch’ The Guardian Visiting Pavilion Theatre for the very first time, don’t miss award winning comedian, actor, writer - and star of Father Ted (C4); My Hero (BBC 1), Val Falvey (RTE) and Leagues Apart (RTE), Ardal O’Hanlon brings his unique brand of stand-up comedy back to Ireland.

“This belly achingly funny show is 100% worth every penny” aussietheatre.com Having played over 100 sell out shows in Ireland during 2009 and 2010 Basil, Sybil and Manuel return to serve you dinner and a feast of comic delights, some familiar some off the cuff but all with a “Faulty” seasoning and a guarantee to keep you laughing all the way to the desert. Faulty Towers…the dining experience has been winning fans and accolades at Edinburgh, Melbourne and Adelaide Festivals for the last three years.

Featuring all the best gags and a great meal, Faulty Towers…. the dining experience is a looselyscripted, pitch-perfect ‘13th episode’ of the TV series which develops the characters made famous by John Cleese, Prunella Scales and Andrew Sachs.

Fri 27-Sun 29 Apr 8pm Royal Marine Hotel Tickets €45 (incl. three course meal)

early booking is advised

A highly acclaimed stand up, Ardal has toured to sell out audiences internationally and has released two Top Ten stand-up DVD’s. He continues to be one of the most sought after comedians working with regular sell out solo tours in the UK, USA and Australia. With guest leads in programmes as diverse as Skins (C4) and Doctor Who (BBC), Ardal also stars in the feature film, Wide Open Spaces. His debut novel The Talk of the Town remained in the Best Seller charts for more than 6 months and was recently voted one of the 1001 books to read before you die.

Thu 3 May 8pm Tickets €21


Louise Burton School of Dance presents

Groovy Movers

Another exciting, fun, dynamic performance awaits you. This year we have travelled back in time to pay homage to musicals and the girls and boys of the Louise Burton School of Dance promise to put a smile on your face and some pep in your step! Groovy movers will leave you dancing in your heart.

Fri 4-Sat 5 May 7pm Tickets €15/8

Sallynoggin College of Further Education presents

Our Town

by Thornton Wilder

Performed and produced by the Performing Arts students of Sallynoggin College, Our Town by Thornton Wilder is a character story, which is set in the fictional community of Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire. It is set in the early 20th century, and depicts the citizens of the town and their everyday lives.

Wed 9 May 8pm Tickets €10

Fruitcake Noggin Theatre Company presents

Stormont Productions proudly present

With a selection of the finest dancers and vocalists from around Ireland, Celtic Dream will enchant and take audiences on an uplifting journey of song and dance with a kaleidoscope of colour against a backdrop of highly infectious, powerful and spirit invoking music. The Celtic Dream show is the perfect blend of traditional Irish music alongside modern songs. Embodying the true spirit of the Emerald Isle,

this show is a breathtaking myriad of brilliant choreography, phenomenal vocals, astounding musicianship and glittering costumes. Audiences will be delighted with time honoured classics like Danny Boy and Carrickfergus to the haunting Sarah McLachlan’s In the Arms of the Angels.

Tue 8 May 8pm Tickets €22/20

A new play commissioned by Meath County Council for Bealtaine Festival, Fruitcake starts off as a cookery demonstration but is in fact an account of one woman’s life and how each ingredient reminds her of past memories and decisions made which ultimately changed the course of her life. Funny and poignant with murder, mystery, intrigue and accessible visuals, this play has something for everyone.

Thu 10 May 8pm Tickets €12/10


Dublin Dance Festival Family Spectacular

Mediacontact.ie presents

Aracaladanza Nubes (Clouds)

Ever watched a cloud turn into a sheep right before your eyes? Enter an enchanting, joyful world full of moving objects and dreamlike imagery. Nubes (Clouds) takes a wildly imaginative approach to the theme of clouds, inspired by the surrealist artist Magritte. Audiences of all ages will delight in watching vibrant dances and inventive scenes involving flippers, ladders, puppets in suits, and all kinds of clouds. Stylish Aracaladanza is one of Europe’s finest child-focused companies which tours all over the world. Avail of great value ShortHop Family Rail passes to travel to this show. Check irishrail.ie or dublindancefestival.ie for further details.

Age Suitability/ Restrictions: Suitable for age 4+ and their families Running Time: 50 minutes

“Meet the company” with choreographer & cast, compered by Pavilion Theatre’s Tom Donegan Post show, Sat 12 May 4.30pm

Sat 12-Sun 13 May 2 & 4.30pm Full price adult €14, child €10 Concession price adult €12, child €8 Family ticket €40 (Four people) (Age suitability 12yrs & under)

photos : Eduardo Garcia

Bilal Randeree

Laura Evans

Josh Macht

Raju Narisetti

Speakers: Raju Narisetti Wall Street Journal Laura Evans Washington Post Bilal Randeree Al Jazeera English Josh Macht Harvard Business Review Kevin O’Sullivan The Irish Times

Programme: Mastering the art of the story Digital Activism The future of information The future of publishing

For a full list of speakers see mediafuture.ie

And much more…

Media Future is Ireland’s leading conference exploring the future of the media, communications, and technology industries. It will bring together 30 of the world’s leading people from these industries to chart the extraordinary transformation of the media and identify the key trends, technologies and topics that will shape the future. The last five years have seen more change and upheaval in the media than at any point in history. Everywhere you look the traditional ways of printing, broadcasting, publishing, and communicating are exploding and being challenged by new technologies. Twitter – @mediafutureconf Facebook – facebook.com/mediafuture

Over 2 days there will be 30 speakers and four great workshops. For a full schedule including workshop and session information, full list of speakers and attendees, and booking information, go to www.mediafuture.ie Media Future is produced by Mediacontact.ie, Ireland’s leading media intelligence agency. It is sponsored by Dún LaoghaireRathdown County Council, IADT, Diageo, UCD Smurfit Business School, XM Solutions, AvTek, Aer TV and Marks and Spencer. Our media sponsor is RTE Digital.

Tuesday 15 May (All day) Tickets: €195


Nonsense Room Productions presents

Hairy Maclary & Friends

Altan MPI presents

No Irish traditional band in the last dozen years has had a wider impact on audiences and music lovers throughout the world than Altan. “...simply the most captiving, resonant and beautiful music...” Mojo

The Boston Globe has described them as “The hottest group in the Celtic realm!” Altan have toured all over the USA and Europe.

Thu 17 May 8.30pm Tickets €22/20

Sallynoggin College of Further Education presents

Graduate Fashion Design Show 2012

Out of the gate and off for a walk, went Hairy Maclary from Donaldson’s Dairy. Anyone with young children will recognise these immortal words instantly as the opening lines of the book Hairy Maclary from Donaldson’s Dairy by Lynley Dodd. With music, singing and several of your favourite Hairy Maclary stories, this show is a must-see for the whole family.

Featuring many of the characters from the books like: Hercules Morse, as big as a Horse Bottomley Potts, covered in spots – Schnitzel von Krumm, with the very low tum and Scarface Claw – the toughest tomcat in town. Age suitability 2-8yrs

Sat 19 May 1.30 & 3.30pm Tickets €10/8

Dex McGloughlin School of Ballet presents

Dance Little Dancer Dance The motto of the ballet school is always healthy children dancing for sick children, and so the proceeds from the display will again be presented to Barretstown Gang Camp for terminally ill children.

This is the Fashion Design Graduate show from Sallynoggin College of Further Education featuring the collections from level 6 students and also the work of level 5 students. Sallynoggin Dance students will open the show. Hair and Beauty students will produce the hair and make-up looks for the night.

“when, after 55 minutes, the show came to an end, one little girl behind me just burst into tears, wailing that she didn’t want it to end at all.” THE SCOTSMAN

Fri 18 May 8pm Tickets €12

Sun 20 May 7pm Tickets: €15/8 (children) Family ticket €42 (two adults, two children)


Theatre Ad Infinitum presents

Emer Halpenny School of Drama presents

Translunar Paradise

Off to the Summer with Ya!

Emer’s students have been polishing their shines all year. Now they want to show them off. We think their brilliance is dazzling! So come on: put on your shades and join us to see them shine! Then, off to the summer with ya!

photos : Alex Brenner

If we don’t see you for summer camp, we’ll meet again in September.

Wed 23-Thu 24 May 5pm (Junior/Special Needs) & 8.15pm (Youth Theatre) Tickets €10/8 Tickets for two performances €15/12

Dún Laoghaire School of Music presents

Summer Gala Concerts

Translunar Paradise takes you on a journey of life, death, and enduring love. After his wife passes away, William escapes to a paradise of fantasy and past memories, a place far from the reality of his grief. Returning from beyond the grave, Rose revisits her widowed companion to perform one last act of love: to help him let go.

Translunar Paradise is a co-production with The Lowry, Salford Quays, Midlands Arts Centre (MAC) & BE Festival, Birmingham and The Ustinov, Bath.

Using a live accordion accompaniment this exquisite piece of mask and movement theatre was an award winning sellout at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2011.

Running Time: 55 – 60 mins

“An admirable, infinitely gentle and wordless story of loss and remembrance’ The Times (4 stars)

Tue 22 May 8pm Tickets €15/12

Early Bird

Dún Laoghaire School of Music will be hosting its 19th Annual Gala Summer Concerts. Students and teachers from the school from 4 years to mature adults will be performing all the various activities and musical styles on offer at the school, including junior/ intermediate string and chamber ensembles,

choirs, rock bands, music theatre, dance, solo & duo performers. A fun & musically entertaining evening with performances of the highest standard.

Fri 25 May 5 & 7.30pm Tickets €16/10

Early Bird


Sallynoggin College of Further Education presents

Debut 2012

Sallynoggin College presents its 1st and 2nd year Dance students in their end of year show. This is a celebration of all the hard work the students put in during the year. The energetic blend of ballet, jazz and contemporary dance with a mixture of Musical theatre thrown in is sure to delight and impress.

As the Graduating performance for 2nd year students, we wish them all the best on the night and in their future endeavours.

Mon 28 May 8pm Tickets €10

Kilternan School of Music present

Summer Concert 2012 It’s that time of the year again when the students of Kilternan School of Music will take to the stage. Come listen to some guitar, violin, piano, recorder, wind band and beautiful songs all performed by students of the school.

Thu 31 May 7.30pm Tickets €16/12

Inchicore College of Further Education presents

Fame Academy Stage School presents

Dancemoves 2012

Reach for the Stars The energetic performing arts students of Celtic Star Fame Academy take to the stage this June to showcase their delectable talents with a dazzling array of alluring & entertaining song & dance routines incorporating jazz, hip-hop, ballet & musical theatre (Students aged 4 – 17years).

The energetic young dance students from the Dance Studies course at Inchicore College take to the stage to demonstrate their skills in jazz, tap, contemporary and classical ballet. The dance pieces have been choreographed by the dance tutors and students.

Wed 30 May 8pm Tickets €18/16

Let Annie, Woodie & Jemima from Cats take you on a captivating journey to the stars & back. A show not to be missed!

Classes Monday – Sunday (Wednesdays @PavilionTheatre). CELTIC STAR ….. CREATING TOMORROWS STARS TODAY! Running Time: 180mins (incl. interval)

Sat 2-Sun 3 June 6pm Tickets €16/12 (Children U12)


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dlr Library Voices Series presents

Rough Magic presents

Travesties By Tom Stoppard Directed by Lynne Parker

Paul Howard in conversation with Fiona Looney

Following the hugely successful and popular Plaza Suite, Rough Magic are back at Pavilion Theatre with the delicious comedy Travesties by Tom Stoppard. Best-known as the author of the Oscar-winning film Shakespeare in Love and the plays Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead and Arcadia, Stoppard is at his “diabolically clever” best in this absurdly funny masterpiece featuring James Joyce, Vladimir Lenin and artist Tristan Tzara. Zurich 1917: exiles take refuge from the Great War in neutral Switzerland. Joyce is writing Ulysses and Lenin is planning a revolution. Stoppard creates a brilliant fantasia around the reallife incident of Joyce deciding to stage Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest.

“A tinder-box of a play blazing with wit, irony, and yes, ideas. It is exhilarating, diabolically clever.” Time Previews Thursday 7 and Friday 8 June Early Bird

Sat 9-Sat 23 June 8pm (excl. Sundays) Matinees 16 & 23 June 3pm Tickets €25/22 €18 (matinee & preview)

Rough Magic will also present

Joyce in June: Dún Laoghaire Bloomsweek Sat 9 – Sat 16 June A week-long celebration of works of and inspired by James Joyce through readings, performances and talks. Details will be announced in April.

In Triggs: the Autobiography, Paul Howard’s first departure from the Ross O’Carroll Kelly series, he has created an unforgettable character in Triggs, the dog famed for seeing Roy Keane through the turmoil-filled days which followed Saipan 2002. Says Triggs: “This isn’t some saccharine-sweet story of a love affair between a man and his beloved Labrador retriever – it’s the Dog’s honest truth!” What better way to relieve the stress of the 2012 European Championship finals?

Come and sample the comic genius of Paul Howard in conversation with Fiona Looney.

Mon 25 June 8pm Tickets €10/8


Anseo presents

junk ensemble present

Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill

“If your live music rations were limited to a single concert in the entire year, then you’d be either crazy or foolish if you didn’t pass that precious time in the company of Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill.” Irish Times Together they have garnered international renown for taking traditional music to the very edge of the genre, holding listeners spellbound with their slowbuilding, fiery performances. Martin Hayes has been an All-

Ireland fiddle champion six times over; he was awarded the prestigious 2008 Musician of the Year award from Ireland’s Irish language television TG4, and at the inaugural BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. Dennis Cahill is a master guitarist, whose innovative accompaniment is acknowledged as being a major breakthrough for guitar in the Irish tradition.

Tue 26 June 8pm Tickets €22/20

Five Ways to Drown

“Exploring how we might metaphorically drown -- or play -- in everyday life, five dancers aged 11 to 70, move in the ambiguous zone between waving, drowning, childhood memories and the unexpected joys of domestic DIY” The Irish Independent The living room strewn on the front garden for all to see… Five Ways to Drown looks into the interior of family life and exposes the sadness, the absurdity and the banality through vignettes of dance - theatre and installation.

In this public display of the private, the choreography of everyday life becomes extraordinary. Winners of the Culture Ireland Touring Award in 2008 and listed in both The Sunday Times and the Irish Times as a cultural highlight in 2011 for their production of Bird with boy at Dublin’s Kilmainham Gaol. “Five Ways to Drown is absorbing and affecting“ The Irish Times Early Bird Thu 28 June 8pm Tickets €16/12 (Groups €10)


Dublin Youth Dance Company presents

Irish Youth Dance Festival 2012

The Love Hungry Farmer By John B Keane

Dublin Youth Dance Company, in partnership with dlr County Council Arts Office present the 12th Irish Youth Dance Festival. This year D.Y.D.C. has worked in partnership with Sallynoggin College to produce, ‘Creative Dance for Film’ workshops choreographed by Ms. Toni Bravo (USA) for students 12 years+.

“Fiercely serious and bruisingly hilarious” New York Times “Des Keogh is superb. A consummate actor wedded to a skilled raconteur, the wine he offers is vintage” Irish Times

The culmination these workshops will feature a dance showcase at Pavilion Theatre and projected footage documenting their progress during the month of June. Festival programmes include DYDC, Kerry Youth Dance Theatre, Creative Steps, Moongate Dance (Galway), The College of Dance, Rampage School of Dance and Evoke Dance Theatre (Germany) and Diverse Space Dance Theatre (USA).

Sat 30 June-Sun 1 July 8pm Tickets €14 Tickets for two performances €25

Des Keogh, one of Ireland’s foremost actors and entertainers, returns with his hugely successful and award winning show The Love Hungry Farmer by John B Keane. It tells the story of John Bosco McLane, a bachelor of ‘indeterminate’ age and according to his own assessment, ‘past his

best’ and evidently still a virgin. McLane’s amorous adventures range from the hilarious to the pitiful. JOHN B KEANE ranks among the great Irish writers. His plays include SIVE, THE FIELD and BIG MAGGIE. His ‘Letters’ series of books were a spectacular success, with The Love Hungry Farmer being particularly outstanding.

Wed 4-Sat 7 July 8pm Early Bird Tickets €18/16


MUSICAL THEATRE SUMMER CAMP The Life and Music of Nina Simone with Karen Underwood and Live Band

Joe Conlan

Star of The Gaiety & Tivoli Panto

Debbie Kiernan

“Her rendition of Strange Fruit is worth the ticket price alone” Evening Echo

Choreographer All-Ireland Talent Show

AGES 5 - 11, 12 - 17 YEARS

Monday 9 - Fri 13 July Monday 16 - Fri 20 July

Singing Nina is the fabulous new show brought to you by the Chicago Jazz Queen, Karen Underwood and her band. Karen brings to you in narration and song the engrossing life story of the great legend Nina Simone, from her struggle against racism and exile from her homeland to her flamboyant and troubled relationships and her poignant later years.

LIMITED PLACES PER CLASS

Karen sings all the classic Nina songs, Missippi Goddamn, Sinnerman, My Baby and I Need a Little Sugar In My Bowl supported by a live band of featuring on piano Art O’Laoire, guitar Eoghan Regan, bass Jerome Rimson and drums Bob Jackson.

Fri 13 July 8pm Tickets €18/16

Sam Amidon

1 WEEK

€99 2 WEEKS

€149

By 17, Sam had taken up the banjo and fallen in love with free jazz, Miles Davis, early indie rock, drone minimalism, mountain ballads and Buster Keaton films. But it wasn’t until he moved to New York City in 2002 that he began to play and experience first-hand all of these other kinds of things. Name In Lights is a new summer camp for children from 5-11 years & 12-17 years. With Joe Conlan (Gaiety/Tivoli pantos) and Debbie Kiernan (choreographer from The All Ireland Talent Show).

Participants will learn new musical theatre skills – working with music and songs from hit Broadway & West Ends shows like; Legally Blonde, The Lion King,Hot Shoe Shuffle, Hairspray, Oliver and Matilda.

FREE Showcase 12pm Sat 21st July for friends and family!

“…his solo performances have taken on a life and tenor of their own... it is startling, moving stuff.” The Guardian

Since then he has collaborated with a myriad of artists including Nico Muhly, Thomas Bartlett, Beth Orton, Shahzad Ismaily, Glen Hansard and Bill Frisell.

Thu 26 July 8pm Tickets €16


David Kitt

ONLY DUBLIN DATE!

presents

“There’s an otherness at work here, an ability to subvert prettiness and a knack for bending a melody that announces a special talent…” Mojo This July, for the first time since its release in 2000, David Kitt will be performing his debut album Small Moments in its entirety at Pavilion Theatre. This intimate collection of home recordings received rave reviews and won a legion of admirers including David Bowie, Graham Linehan and the great Bob Harris (Old Grey Whistle Test).

Kitt will be accompanied by his brother Robbie who memorably featured on the album aged just 10 at the time, but who is now an accomplished musician in his own right. In addition to performing Small Moments, they will perform a second set of material spanning Kitt’s ten-year career and some brand new songs.

photo : Rich Gilligan

Small Moments

Fri 27 July 8pm Tickets €17

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Delorentos

An Intimate and Acoustic Evening

“Is it too early to start talking about the Irish Album of the Year?” Metro Herald “The sound of a band rejuvenated and at the top of their game….one of the finest Irish releases of recent times.” Entertainment.ie Following the successful release of their third album Little Sparks, Delorentos are set to perform a seldom seen intimate acoustic set at Pavilion Theatre this Summer.

Recorded with Mercury Music Prize Award Winner Rob Kirwan (PJ Harvey), the 12 tracks are the fullyfledged fruits of the band’s recordings over 2011 and display a depth of song writing prowess that ably eclipses the band’s first two albums and offers a real insight into the ever-growing potential of the band.

Sat 28 July 8pm Tickets €16

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Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival is back this September and will present the very best of Irish and international authors reading from their work. Alongside a superb programme of literary fiction, there will be an array of delightful events for families and schools. For the first time ever the acclaimed Poetry Now will take place at the same time. There’s also plenty of opportunities to get involved with workshops, tours and master-classes so put those dates in your diary now so you don’t miss a moment of this fantastic festival.

4th – 9th of September

Set in Windsor in the 15th century, Verdi’s final opera Falstaff is a three act lyric comedy based on Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor and Henry IV. Equal parts orchestral virtuosity and riotously paced comedy, the opera is a perfect fusion of renaissance realism and light-hearted fantasy.

Coming this September…

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Pavilion Theatre Summer 2012