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Booking Information Box Office 01 231 2929 Or visit our website at www.paviliontheatre.ie Box office opening hours are Mon-Sat 12-5pm (8pm on performance nights) Sun 5-8pm (only on performance nights). Telephone bookings incur a €1 transaction charge. Online booking is free!

is available until Fri 8 April on the first 50 tickets for selected events where you see this symbol. Early Bird

• A 10% discount is available for groups of ten or

more. Please contact the box office for details.

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.

By Train

Wi-fi is available.

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

Refunds/Exchanges & Latecomers

By Car

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 can be subject to change.

Car parking is available in the Park Rite Car Park, situated under Pavilion Theatre, entrance on Queen’s Road.

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

Keep In Touch

Parkrite offer Pavilion Theatre patrons a flat rate of €3 for evening performances upon presentation of theatre ticket, so be sure to retain it! Unless otherwise stated on the night, Parkrite car park will remain open until 11pm and 10.30pm on Sundays.


Now We A r e

10

We are 10! Pavilion Theatre is officially ten years old this year, with a programme since enjoyed by almost half a million audience members. Watch out for our gala night on May 20th with some of the stars of the last ten years. Meanwhile this summer we welcome back some old friends – Gúna Nua’s ever popular Little Gem, Sebastian Barry’s Pride Of Parnell Street from Fishamble, while London Classic’s summer show is Ibsen’s timeless Ghosts, and Axis Ballymun present Dermot Bolger’s deeply moving new play The Parting Glass. For music lovers we have Frankie Gavin and DeDannan and Folk The Recession whilst Sharon Sexton’s extraordinary Liza Minelli show Somewhere Under The Rainbow is sure to be a hit. dlr Glasthule Opera Festival features La Traviata and The Magic Flute, and in dance two unusual and witty shows Swimming With My Mother and The Ballet Ruse. Our Community Festival in May and Artist-in-Residence programme throughout the year mean that Pavilion Theatre continues to provide something for everyone. Roll on the next 10!

Martin Murphy, Director


Des Bishop: My Dad Was Nearly James Bond Inspired by his father’s recent lung cancer diagnosis, Des Bishop’s latest internationally acclaimed show My Dad Was Nearly James Bond tells of a remarkable life tinged with regret. In championing the real heroics of fatherhood, Des challenges these common regrets and the ridiculous ideals of manhood that real, un-slick men try to live up to. “Edgy material...snappy, never sappy... Bishop has judged this one beautifully” The Age, Australia “Charismatic, sincere, eloquent and always seeking the angle” Chortle, UK “ ***** Like diamonds, this show is forever.” The Guardian

Thu 21 – Fri 22 April 8pm Tickets €20/25

MUSIC

COMEDY

Lisa Richards Agency presents

Frankie Gavin & De Dannan presents

Up Close & Personal Tour Frankie Gavin is one of the genuine legends of Irish music and a Guinness World Record holder as the fastest fiddle player in the world. The current ‘De Dannan’ ensemble, which has performed everywhere from The White House to Beijing Opera House, includes Damien Mullane (accordion), Eric Cunningham (percussion, flutes & whistles), Mike Galvin (bouzouki & guitars) and Michelle Lally

(vocals). A new album entitled Jigs, Reels & Rock ‘n’ Roll, with a guest appearance by Ronnie Wood currently features on the Irish album charts. “Gavin is a true fiddle-playing genius, one who continues to inspire and dumbfound in equal measure” The Scotsman Sat 23 April 8pm Tickets €20

Early Bird


THEATRE

Gúna Nua/Civic Theatre return with their smash hit, multi-award winning show

Little Gem

by Elaine Murphy, directed by Paul Meade starring Birdy Beaman, Anne Kent & Neili Conroy Kay’s got an itch that Gem can’t scratch (but maybe Kermit can)… Lorraine attacks a customer at work and her boss wants her to see a psychiatrist … Amber has fierce bad indigestion and the sambucas aren’t getting rid of it. Then there’s Paul, who’s just using Amber until he can get to Australia … and there’s the hairy man who fancies Lorraine but fails to rise to the occasion… and of course Gem, who doesn’t like the neighbours coming in to ‘mind’ him. And if all that wasn’t bad enough, Little Gem makes his presence felt and well.... life is never the same again.

Love, sex, birth, death, dildos and salsa classes: Little Gem sees three generations of Dublin women on a wild and constantly surprising journey. “...as hilarious as it is poignant” Sunday Times “…intimately told and beautifully acted” New York Times WINNER BEST OF EDINBURGH AWARD 2009

Fri 29-Sat 30 April 8pm Tickets €21/19 Early Bird


THEATRE

Fishamble: The New Play Company in association with Nasc Touring Network presents

The Pride of Parnell Street by Sebastian Barry

‘See, love between a man and a woman, it’s – private. It happens where you never do see it. In rooms.’ The much-loved international hit returns to Pavilion Theatre this Summer. Fishamble presents its multi-award winning production of The Pride of Parnell Street - an intimate, heroic tale of ordinary and extraordinary life on the streets of Dublin. Directed by Jim Culleton With Mary Murray and Joe Hanley “lovingly acted... a pleasure to watch and listen to.” The New York Times

“exquisite” The Guardian “quite simply magnificent” Sunday Independent “fantastic…compelling” The Irish Times “superb” **** The Times Supported by The Arts Council’s Touring and Dissemination of Work Scheme 2011.

Tue 3-Sat 7 May 8pm (Sat Matinee 3pm) Tickets €23/20/18

Early Bird

Audio described and captioned matinee performance on May 7 is facilitated by Arts & Disability Ireland, with funding from the Arts Council.


Howard Marks:

An Audience With Mr. Nice Writer, creator, contributor, storyteller, comedian, Oxford graduate, philosopher, teacher, stoner, singer, actor, DJ, social commentator, revolutionary and all round ‘Nice’ guy, Howard Marks is something of an icon in the world of literature and the spoken word. Famous for his audacious cannabis trafficking and liberal opinions, his autobiography sold over 1 million copies worldwide, and was made into a feature film starring Rhys Ifans. Enjoy this Woolly Welsh Wizard of Words, the one and only ‘Mr. Nice’.

Sun 8 May 7.30pm Tickets €21/19

DANCE

COMEDY

Offaly Good Vibrations presents

CoisCéim Dance Theatre presents

Swimming With My Mother & Deep End Dance Swimming with my Mother is a stage duet embodying the relationship between a mother and son and their mutual love for swimming and dancing. In this intimate dance, shared pasts intertwine and build gently like a rising tide. Life stories are told with humour to the sultry tones of Nat King Cole. Deep End Dance, a short dance film, features a fully dressed man as he is pushed into a swimming pool by his mother. He brushes himself off and begins dancing underwater, always aware that she’s watching. After a while she joins him in the turquoise dappled waters and they perform a playful underwater dance. Nominated for an Irish Film and Television Award in 2011, winner Best Short Film at the Boston Irish Film Festival.

Sat 14 May 8pm Tickets €15/17

Early Bird

Open Class for People Aged 50+ Artistic Director David Bolger will lead an open class on the day of the performance at 12pm. To book contact CoisCéim directly on 01-8780558.


Journey to Oz

This year Spotlight School of Performing Arts will take to the stage with “Over the Rainbow”.  Performers from the tender age of 3 right up to master class students of 17 will dazzle audiences as they showcase their talents. Singing and dancing  as they face evil witches and misunderstood wizards this promises to be a show to remember. Join these dazzling students as they follow their yellow brick road.

Mon 16 May 7.30pm Tickets €15/12 (Children U12)

LOCAL ARTS

LOCAL ARTS

Spotlight School of Performing Arts present

dlr Bealtaine film showing

Young at Heart Young at Heart is the perfect title for this uplifting life affirming documentary following the exploits of a group of extremely active senior citizens, who sing their way through their Golden Years. Tinged with real life drama, the documentary follows a cast of characters through their preparations, leading to a major performance of some get up and go music. Acclaimed worldwide the documentary has been a hit with young and old alike and leaves one with a broad smiling admiration for these truly Young at Heart. A must see. Screened by The Network for Older People in conjunction with dlr County Council, as part of the Bealtaine Festival 2011, celebrating creativity in older Age.

Tues 17 May 7pm Tickets €5


GALA

Pavilion Theatre presents

Pavilion: Now We Are 10 Pavilion is hosting a gala night with some of the stars who have helped to make our theatre top of its class for entertainment, interest and art over the last ten years. Expect fun, finesse and not an awful lot of seriousness as we get YOU to help US celebrate 10 years of having the very best theatre, music, dance, literature and comedy right on your very own doorstep.

If you’ve been a regular attender, an occasional participant or even if you had just one knockout experience, then this event is for you because Pavilion: Now We Are 10 will be a night to remember for all our most dedicated fans. So get out the gúna and the dickie bow and and come and join us for a very special night of celebration.

Fri 20 May 8pm Details to be announced very shortly. Keep an eye on the website.


We’ve Only Just Begun – The Love Songs

LOCAL ARTS

MUSIC

Pat Egan & Joe Gallagher present

Centre Stage presents

Academy Showcase

A Celebration of The Carpenters

The Carpenters recorded some of the greatest love songs in pop music history. Heartbreakers and tearjerkers that captivated not one but three generations of popular music fans. Kim Dickenson is the voice of Karen Carpenter. The comparison is unreal - The hits are timeless including Yesterday Once More, Superstar, We’ve Only Just Begun, Please Mr. Postman, (They Long to Be) Close To You, It’s Going To Take Some Time, I Won’t Last A Day Without You, Rainy Days And Mondays, Top of the World, Ticket To Ride and many more. Starring Kim Dickinson as Karen Carpenter.Fri

Sat 21 May 8pm Tickets €20/18

CENTRE STAGE are proud to present our sixth consecutive annual Showcase, where our talented students will provide fabulous family entertainment! 1pm: Junior students present fairy tales with a twist, and our original high school-set minimusical will have you dancing in your seat! 7pm: Senior students present a selection of scenes and our original mini-musical, themed around teen life, with songs and dances to boot! Sun 22 May 1 & 7pm Tickets €16/11 €45 family ticket (two adults, two children)


Dance Debut 2011 - a presentation by our dance course students of their work to date, which is also a graduation show for second year students. Tue 24 May 8pm Tickets €10 Fashion Graduate Show 2011 - features collections by our graduating students with a selection of first year work also on show.

Wed 25 May 8pm Tickets €10

Stillorgan Drama School presents

Would The Real Von Trapp Family Please Stand Up?

LOCAL ARTS

Dance Debut & Fashion Graduate Show 2011

LOCAL ARTS

LOCAL ARTS

Sallynoggin College of Further Education presents

Dun Laoghaire School of Music presents

Summer Gala Concerts

Emer Halpenny School of Drama celebrates its 20th birthday with a show written by Emer using ideas devised by the students during class. Would The Real Von Trapp Family Please Stand Up? follows two sets of ‘Von Trapp’s as they find themselves caught in alternate universes – which one is the real family? Emer directed The Sound of Music twenty years ago. Now the Von Trapps help her blow to out the candles!.

Dun Laoghaire School of Music will be hosting its 18th 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.

Thu 26 May 8pm Tickets €15

Fri 27 May 5pm (juniors) & 7.30pm (seniors) Tickets €16/9.50


Kilternan School of Music presents

Summer Concert 2011

LOCAL ARTS

Cirque

LOCAL ARTS

LOCAL ARTS

Phaze 3 Dance Academy presents

Inchicore College presents

Dancemoves 2011

“Circus” is the central theme and storyline behind this performance, which draws the audience into the show through its energy, music, and its synthesis of various dance styles. The performance is bright and vibrant giving the audience a feeling of great energy.

It’s that time of the year again and 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.

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.

Sat 28 May 8pm Tickets €13

Sun 29 May 3 & 7.30pm Tickets (3pm) €12/10 (7.30pm) €16/12

Tue 31 May 8pm Tickets €18/16


Ghosts

DANCE

THEATRE

London Classic Theatre presents

Muirne Bloomer & Emma O’Kane present

The Ballet Ruse

by Henrik Ibsen

“A stunning reworking of Ibsen’s 1881 masterpiece.” The Stage Helene Alving is preparing for the opening of an orphanage, built in memory of her late husband, when the long-awaited homecoming of her artist son, Oswald, rapidly descends into tragedy as his presence triggers the exposure of a dark story of hypocrisy and betrayed love. Often referred to as ‘the father of modern drama’, Henrik Ibsen’s

study of hidden passions and family secrets remains as dramatically alive as ever in this vital new version from award-winning playwright Frank McGuinness, whose plays include The Factory Girls, Observe The Sons Of Ulster Marching Towards The Somme and Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me.

Thu 2-Sat 4 June 8pm Tickets €21/19

Early Bird

Once upon a time two budding ballerinas battled for perfection in the sugar-coated world of Ballet. Those hopes and dreams didn’t survive ... but they did. This is their story. To a sumptuous score ranging from Tchaikovsky to Lady Gaga, these seasoned performers surprise and entertain as they struggle from barre to bar in their quest for peace and reconciliation. The Ballet Ruse: raw, honest, with frills attached.

“an unconfined joy and delight” Irish Independent “… a laugh out loud 40 minute show” Totally Dublin Played to sold out houses in Dublin and Washington, nominated for Best Production at Dublin Fringe 2010.

Tue 7 June 8pm Ticket €15

Early Bird


THEATRE

MUSIC

General Practice presents

The Room in the Tower Composer/performer Roger Doyle teams up with singer/cellist Vyvienne Long for what was one of the most individual shows seen at the National Concert Hall, as part of Dublin Fringe 2010. The Room In The Tower is ‘cinema for the ear’ - a live soundtrack for an imaginary film with playback of pre-recorded acted scenes; a ghost story based around a recurring nightmare with a script by Carlo Gébler.

The Parting Glass by Dermot Bolger

“****” Irish Times “a rare act of communal imagining” Diatribes Supported by Dún LaoghaireRathdown County Council Arts Office

Thu 9 June 8pm Tickets €15

Axis Ballymun in association with Lane Productions presents

Early Bird

On Nov 18th 2009, Ireland’s dreams of qualifying for the 2010 World Cup were dashed when French striker, Thierry Henry, illegally handled the ball. Dermot Bolger uses Henry’s ‘sleight of hand’ as a dramatic metaphor for Ireland after the collapse of the Celtic Tiger boom, as Irish everyman, Eoin, reflects on midlife, and Ireland’s recent turbulent history, with mischievous wit and sharp home truths. A humorous and poignant story of relationships, sport and coming home, and a sequel to Bolger’s internationally acclaimed In High Germany.

“Warm, funny and extremely moving performance of a man who has to grapple with the meaning of the term ‘home’.” Irish Theatre Magazine

Fri 10 - Sat 11 June 8pm Tickets €17/15 Early Bird


OPERA

dlr Glasthule Opera Festival presents

Summer Nights at the Opera The Magic Flute La Traviata Based on Dumas´ tragic story of La Dame aux Camelias, Verdi’s masterpiece of his lyricism contains some his most memorable and haunting music. Sung in Italian with English surtitles. Conductor: David Brophy Director: Helene Montague

Often described as the foundationstone of German opera, Mozart´s last opera is probably the world´s most popular. Full of symbolism, mystery, joy and sorrow it tells the story of all humanity. Sung in English. Conductor: Andrew Synnott Director: Ian Walsh

Violetta – Sinead Campbell Alfredo – Donal J. Byrne Germont – Brendan Collins

Pamina – Colette Boushell Tamino – Ross Scanlon Papageno – Robert Duff Queen Of The Night – Katy Kelly Sarastro – John Molloy

Wed 15 / Fri 17 / Sun 19 June 7.30pm Tickets €45

Thu 16/ Sat 18 June Tickets €45

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MUSIC

COMEDY

Newpark Productions presents

Man1 Bank 0

Man 1, Bank 0 is Patrick Combs’ amazing-but-true story of how he deposited a $95,093.35 junk-mail cheque into his own bank account, as a joke, and the saga that ensued after his bank cleared it. This outrageously funny comedy quickly becomes a staggering David vs Goliath-like reallife adventure. In Ireland for the first time, after ‘smash hit’ sold out shows internationally. This is a must-see one-man comedy that you’ll never forget.

“…the comedy value of watching a bank beg for its cash back is priceless.’” Time Out, NY. “two hours of non stop laughter” Broadway World Winner of “Best Comedy Award” – Montreal, and “Funniest Show Of The Year” – HBO’s Comedy Festival.

Wed 22 June 8pm Ticket €18/16

Early Bird

Somewhere Under the Rainbow Beneath the sequins, feathers and razzle dazzle so often associated with ‘Liza’, lies a character who has lived one of the toughest, most fascinating and remarkable lives in show business! Join Sharon Sexton, in an original script by Cillian O’Donnachadha, as she performs pieces from Minelli’s infamous musical catalogue and shares the secrets, stories and memories from the most demanding role she ever played, that of “Judy Garland’s Daughter”. Featuring “Mein Herr”, “Some People”, “Cabaret”, “Stepping Out”, “New York, New York” and more! Thu 23 June 8pm Tickets € 19/17

“Sharon Sexton’s uncanny resemblance to a young Liza is striking. But her capacity to get under the skin of her icon is her real skill. …. I am almost certain I saw the ‘real thing’’.


MUSIC

musiclee.ie presents

Folk the Recession Folk the Recession brings together five of Ireland’s top folk acts for an exceptional evening of music and song. Eleanor Shanley, the only female singer ever to record with the Dubliners, has toured all over Europe with Frankie Lane and Paul Kelly for the past three years. Frankie Lane, original front man of the legendary Fleadh Cowboys, is one of Ireland’s best-known performers of country rock, western swing music and a traditional musician of international renown.

Mick Hanly, best known for ‘Past the Point of Rescue’. Mick is one of Ireland’s finest singer/songwriters, and a lead singer with Moving Hearts in the ‘70s. Paul Kelly, experienced multiinstrumentalist from Tallaght , has performed with  The Fleadh Cowboys, The Sharon Shannon Band and Jerry Fish and The Mudbug Club amongst others. John Spillane, a native of Cork, is quite unique, vocally, with an almost sean nós like quality ‘full of honesty, commitment and sensitivity’. Sat 25 June 8pm  Tickets €25


Irish Youth Dance Festival

Dublin Youth Dance Company, in partnership with dlr County Council Arts Office presents, The 11th Irish Youth Dance Festival. The Irish Youth Dance Festival Is Ireland’s leading youth dance event. Held over two days, the programme will showcase the wealth of youth dance talent from around the country and abroad. At the event Dublin Youth Dance Company premieres their latest choreography, “Lilith” by Artistic Director Mariam Ribón. Not to be missed!

Sat 2-Sun 3 July 8pm  Tickets €14/10 (€20 for both nights)

LOCAL ARTS

DANCE

Dublin Youth Dance Company presents

Rachel Goode School of Dance presents

The 7th Annual Summer School

This year’s Summer school will be a very special experience for dancers, working in the theatre every day to encourage creativity, confidence, and give an understanding of what it’s like to be a dancer! The students will explore a famous ballet and perform roles of the characters and also learn jazz dances. They will also take part in a choreographic competition where

the winners will perform their piece in the theatre at the end of the week. The course will also cover makeup, costumes, and dance videos. To book for Summer School call 01 2872281

Camp: Mon 4-Fri 8 July 10am – 6pm Performance: Fri 8 July 7pm Tickets €10


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Our new membership scheme, Pavilion Pals, is up and running and offering you the opportunity to be part of something really special.

The ideal gift for theatre lovers this summer!

Membership from e120 including: • Complimentary tickets • Advance notice about

For further information or to request a membership form please log onto www.paviliontheatre.ie or contact the box office on (01) 231 2929.

upcoming events • Notification of all

Pavilion Theatre special offers • Plus two complimentary

tickets to annual Pavilion Pals Performance ...and much, much more!

Pavilion Theatre gratefully acknowledges its Best Pal Maeve Binchy

Gift vouchers are also available online or call our box office staff on (01) 231 2929


To apply please contact Helen O’Driscoll on Tel: 01 231 2929 or helenodriscoll@paviliontheatre.ie

and, of course, our volunteers party!

• Seeing shows and receiving complimentary tickets to events

• Meeting new people every day and having fun.

• Learning and developing new skills.

• Becoming part of the team that makes the events in Pavilion Theatre happen.

The benefits of being a volunteer are:

Pavilion Theatre wants YOU!

Would you like to be part of something really special? Next year Pavilion Theatre celebrates its 10th anniversary, during which time we have provided high quality programming to over 500,000 visitors from all over the world. To coincide with this anniversary Pavilion Theatre are developing a new volunteer scheme, which will offer members the opportunity to see wonderful productions. We are seeking warm and welcoming people to form a team of volunteer ushers. You will meet and greet our patrons and be the welcoming face of Pavilion Theatre, show them to their seats and be the house representative in the audience.


Take a bow! The arts really matter to us in Ireland; they are a big part of people’s lives, the country’s single most popular pursuit. Our artists interpret our past, define who we are today, and imagine our future. We can all take pride in the enormous reputation our artists have earned around the world. The arts play a vital role in our economy, and smart investment of taxpayers’ money in the arts is repaid many times over. The dividends come in the form of a high value, creative economy driven by a flexible, educated, innovative work force, and in a cultural tourism industry worth A5 billion a year.

Find out what’s on at www.events.artscouncil.ie You can find out more about the arts here:

www.artscouncil.ie

The Arts Council is the Irish Government agency for funding and developing the arts. Arts Council funding from the taxpayer, through the Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism, for 2009 is A75 million, that’s about A1 euro a week for every household. So, at the end of your next inspirational encounter with the arts, don’t forget the role you played and take a bow yourself!


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Tuesday to Saturday 5.30pm - 7.00pm

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€28.50 – 3 Courses €22.50 – 2 Courses Complimentary Glass of Wine per person

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Music Film Local Arts Comedy Opera Gala


Rough Magic Theatre Company presents

Plaza Suite by Neil Simon One of Neil Simon’s most popular and celebrated plays, Plaza Suite details the misadventures of three very different couples as they face crucial moments in their respective lives - all in the same hotel room in the world famous Plaza Hotel. Plaza Suite showcases Simon at his best - witty, clever and relentlessly funny. “Sets the town laughing” The New York Times

Wed 13-30 July 2011

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Summer 2011