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Pavilion Theatre

SPRING 2013


FREE BOOKING ONLINE 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.

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.

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

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

By Car

• An Early Bird discount of 20% is available until Mon 28 Dec on the first 50 tickets for selected Early Bird events where you see this symbol. Please see website for further details.

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

• A 10% discount is available for groups of ten or more on selected shows. Please contact the box office for details.

Royal Marine Hotel Car Park Royal Marine Hotel, Marine Road. Hourly rate: €2.50 Open 24 hours. (01) 230 0030 / 230 0029

Theatre Bar The theatre bar opens one hour before every performance and interval order facility is available. Wi-fi is available.

Paul Brady in concert

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.

If ever a theatre and an artiste were made for each other, it must be Paul Brady and Pavilion. In our intimate stage setting, Paul’s song collection really hits home as he travels a musical road from The Island to Arthur McBride and The World is What You Make It. Paul Brady is an icon of the Irish contemporary music world.

Fri 18 – Sat 19 Jan 8pm Tickets €34

Like Paul? Love Declan O’Rourke, 8 Mar


Arclight Theatre present

Snow White Arclight’s twist on this classic tale is their 10th Annual Panto at the Pavilion.

“Without a doubt the most exciting tribute to the Rolling Stones... Outstanding” The Daily Mail

Help Snow White escape the Wicked Queen of Foxrock, the Horrible Hairy Huntsman of Glenageary and the Seven Dastardly Pirates from Dalkey!

Hear the The Rolling Clones deliver a rich feast of masterly musicianship. Experience the tireless Jaggernaut that is the Rolling Clones (who are not from Clones).

It’s a story stuffed with sprinkles of sweetness and a smattering of silliness. Book early or we send the Pirates around!

The Rolling Clones

Mon 21-Sat Jan 26 7.30pm Matinee Sat 26, 2.30pm Tickets €16/12 (Groups €10)

Love Snow White? Adore Gruffalo, 11 & 12 March

Re-creating The Rolling Stones at their most prolific with all the passion and raw energy of the real thing.

Fri 1 Feb 8pm Tickets €16

Fancy Rock? Love Opera! Cosi Fan Tutti, 21 Feb Green Light Management Limited presents

Travels with my Cello: An Evening with

Julian Lloyd Webber Experience a once-off opportunity to enjoy time with probably the world’s most renowned cellist.

Reelin In The Showband Years comes to The Pavilion Theatre, for the very first time, on Thursday 31 January. This show has been a complete sell out right around the country for the past 4 years, RTE’s Ronan Collins is Host and Compere.

Dickie Rock is the headline act, he is simply a Legend of showbiz for the past 40 years. Too many hits to mention. But Simon Says They’ll be coming From The Candy Store on the Corner, Every Step of the Way, to see him perform!

Thurs 31 Jan 8pm Tickets: €32

On tonight’s musical menu, Julian plays favourite classics by Bach, Faure, Saint-Saens and Debussy – plus compositions by brother Andrew and father William. Pam Chowham accompanies on piano.

Sat 2 Feb 8pm Tickets €30/28

Like Julian play? Love Sir Jonathan Miller talk, 27 Mar


Wonderland Productions (NI) presents

David Meade Mind Reader

The Godot Company,London presents

We confidently predict our audience will enjoy an astonishing show as this rapidly-rising Irish star reveals private PIN numbers, detects lies, unlocks secret thoughts and influences everyone with seemingly inexplicable results. ‘The best thing to come out of Ireland in a long time’ Sunday Times (London)’

Mon 4 Feb 8pm Tickets €20

Post-show discussion with John Calder

The Third Policeman With Stephen Rea By Flann O’Brien in aid of

“An exceptional event” BBC Ulster

If Sam’s your man (a local lad incidentally), then Pavilion is the place to be as Peter Pacey, Oengus MacNamara and Colette Kelley give free expression to three of the Irish author’s seminal works.

It’s not easy to describe The Third Policeman, but not to worry. The brilliant Stephen Rea as narrator guides us through the labyrinthine mind of author Brian O’Nolan’s comic masterpiece. Colin Reid supplies the music in this fascinating presentation. No bicycles admitted for reasons that will become clear.

John Calder has been a publisher since 1949 with an international list that includes 23 Nobel Prize Winners, among many of the most illustrious names of twentieth century literature.

Fri 8 Feb - Sat 9 Feb 8pm Tickets €17/15 Early Bird Thu 7 Feb 8pm Tickets €22/20

Like Beckett? Love DruidMurphy, 11- 16 June


Eddi Reader

The Dublin Theatre Company presents

The Tailor and Ansty with Ronan Wilmot & Anne Brogan

Eddi Reader stepped into the limelight with the group Fairground Attraction. Their song Perfect topped the British charts. Her capacity to assimilate various musical styles and make them her own marks Eddi out as a singer of remarkable ability. Her rare blend of melting vocals and romanticism confirm her as a force in contemporary music.

‘Eddi Reader is one of my favourite singers of all time.’ Jools Holland

Thu 14 Feb Tickets €20/18

Love Eddi? Give Unthanks, 26 Feb Presented by Wonderland Productions (NI)

The original Tailor and Ansty novel by Eric Cross was banned back in 1942. Now the drama arrives on stage in a brilliant adaptation by PJ O’Connor, stunningly performed by Ronan Wilmot & Anne Brogan. See how times change; or do they?

Sat Feb 16 8pm Tickets €18/16

Early Bird

Like Tailor & Ansty? Love Tailor of Inverness, 15 & 16 Mar Collapsing Horse presents

Ultimate Eagles (UK) Monster/Clock Monster/Clock will show you how they tell the amazing story of Toby, a castigated monster and apprentice watch maker.

In their Spring Tour, the Ultimates recreate Eagles music with reverence and excitement in a new show that focuses on the 1970’s when the band were at their mightiest and a Teddy’s ice cream was all yours for seven old pennies.

Welcome to the Hotel California in the company of The Ultimate Eagles, the ultimate tribute band to the ultimate rock group.

Best described as a musical puppet comedy, you’ll experience a world blown apart and enter into a vast world of fantasy. You won’t have seen a show like this before - guaranteed!

Fri 15 Feb 8pm Tickets €15

‘Wise beyond its years…. Monster/Clock could travel as far as the adventures that lie within it’ Irish Times

LS SCHOO SHOW Tue 19 Feb 11am Tickets €10/8 (schools)


Opera Theatre Company presents

Abhann productions presents

Gay Byrne

Live on Stage Produced by John McColgan

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 ‘MasterClass in Comedy.’

Fri 22 Feb 8pm Tickets €21

Love Gay? Adore Jonathan. One-Man Show to Another, 27 Mar Aiken promotions present

Everyone delights in the joys of this Mozartian Masterpiece filled with beguiling arias and iconic ensembles. In Cosi, Wolfgang Amadeus explores the vagaries and vacillations of young love.

The powerful cast includes Irish soprano Mairéad Buicke and mezzo soprano Martha Bredin with Colette Delahunt, Sune Hjerrild, Owen Gilhooly and Simon Wilding.

In this superb OTC production, Irish director Orpha Phelan directs a vocally luminous cast while the six piece OTC Touring Ensemble is conducted by Andrew Griffiths.

‘Intelligent, sensitive..memorable’ The Irish Times

Thu Feb 21 7.30 pm Tickets: €28/25 Early Bird

The Unthanks The Tyneside Sisters make the return journey from Newcastle as Rachel and Becky Unthank arrive for yet another sure-to-be sold-out gig. The Unthanks have ‘that blue moon magic about them in spades’ according to BBC Music. The Unthanks, On Song at the Pavilion. Give thanks, get tickets.

Prepare yourself for a live performance that will take your heart and mind to places they’ve never been.

Tue 26 Feb 8pm Tickets €22/20


Decadent Theatre presents

A Skull in Connemara By Martin McDonagh

Seachtain na Gaeilge DLR in association with Moonfish Theatre Company presents

Tromlui Phinoccio Think you know the Pinocchio story? Think again. Tar linn isteach i ndomhain dorcha, draoíchtúil áit a mbuailfear le puipéidí, le taibhsí, agus le hainmhithe go bhfuil bua na cainte acu. Created with raw sets, shadow puppetry, agus éifeachtaí fuaime beo. Tromlui Phinoccio is a bilingual production accessible to all; aois 11 and os LS SCHOO a cionn.

SHOW

Tue 5 March 10am & 12pm Tickets €5 Age suitability 11+

CoisCéim Dance Theatre presents

‘Pageant’

by David Bolger & Muirne Bloomer

Martin McDonagh’s brilliant black comedy, A Skull in Connemara is one of his funniest plays. Nominated for an Olivier award in 1997, the jetblack humour is guaranteed to make you laugh, squirm and avoid every graveyard from Dean’s Grange to the Gaelteacht and back. A Skull in Connemara stars John Olohan, Jarlath Tivnan and Brid Ni Neachtain.

‘McDonagh’s writing is pitiless but compassionate; he casts a cold, hard but understanding eye on relationships made of mistrust, hesitation, resentment and malevolence’ The Sunday Times

Thu 28 Feb- Sat 2 Mar 8pm Tickets €18/16 Early Bird

Enjoy McDonagh? Enjoy McGuinness, 1 - 2 May

There is pageantry in everything we do. Inspired by life and the extra-ordinary of the everyday, Pageant celebrates the performer in us all. Dancing to a powerful score with music from Bowie to Ravel, the stellar CoisCéim cast will delight with passion and pathos as they weave an exhilarating journey from choreographic mayhem to military precision.

Thu 7 Mar 8pm Tickets €18/16

Love CoisCéim? Forgotten is a must, 28 & 30 Mar


Declan O’Rourke

Tall Stories Theatre Company presents

‘It’s a rare gift that his music can bear comparison with so many classic era troubadours while still sounding utterly original.’ Uncut Magazine

The Gruffalo said no Gruffalo should… Ever set foot in the deep dark wood...

Declan returns after a sell-out debut in January 2011. He has since toured extensively opening for Paul Weller, Snow Patrol, The Cardigans, and Paul Brady.

One wild and windy night (could be in Dún Laoghaire, who knows?) the Gruffalo’s child tiptoes out into the snow. After all, the Big Bad Mouse doesn’t really exist... does he?

Recently, he performed at the BBC Proms in the Park and at the Electric Burma Gala Concert along with Bono and Sir Bob.

Tall Stories Theatre Company returns, bringing this awardwinning sequel to life in this magical adaptation.

From the creators of Gruffalo…

Fri 8 Mar 8pm Tickets €22.50

Dublin & Enniskerry Dance School present

A Magical Adventure

Mon 11 Mar 12pm & 4.30pm Tue 12 Mar 10am & 12pm Tickets €11/8 (schools) Family ticket €36 (family of 4)

IADT Drama Society presents

The Crucible Pavilion host a performance by stars of the very near future from the IADT Drama Society. Arthur Miller’s The Crucible takes place in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692. It recounts the events surrounding the Salem Witch Trials - a time when paranoia, hysteria, and deceit gripped the Puritan towns of New England and corruption and scandal prevail.

We’re delighted to welcome esteemed Local Arts Group, The Dublin & Enniskerry Dance School to Dún Laoghaire. They’re with us to present their very own ‘Magical Adventure’. A Magical Adventure is suitable for all age groups; the young, the old and the ‘I’d prefer not to say’

Sat 9-Sun 10 Mar 2pm & 6.30pm Tickets €15.50/12.50

It just couldn’t happen in leafy South County Dublin. Or could it?

Wed 13 Mar 7.30pm Tickets €15/13

IADT Encore; Footloose, 10 - 11 Apr


Dogstar Theatre in association with Richard Ryan present

Dún Laoghaire Musical & Dramatic Society presents

Fiddler on the Roof This world famous show enjoys enduring popularity with unforgettable songs such as If I were a Rich Man (if only) and Matchmaker.

This exciting Local Arts presentation will lead you on the Fiddler’s redeeming universal journey.

The original Fiddler won nine Tony awards.

Mon 18 – Sat 23 Mar 8pm 23 Mar matinee 2pm Tickets €20/18 www.dlrcoco.ie/library

DLR Library Voices Series presents

The Tailor Kate of Inverness Atkinson

in Conversation with Sinead Gleeson

Winner of a Scotsman Fringe First, Matthew Zajac’s phenomenal play about his Polish father has entranced audiences across the world. With a stunning violin accompaniment, The Tailor of Inverness tells an extraordinary and moving story of survival in war-torn Europe.

‘A universal work of theatre.’ Sunday Herald ‘Brilliantly encapsulates the effects of war on individuals, families and societies’ The List ‘Deeply affecting’ London Evening Standard

Fri 15-Sat 16 Mar 8pm Tickets €18/16 Early Bird

Kate Atkinson was one of the stars of the 2010 Mountains to Sea Book Festival and we’re delighted to welcome her back to Dún Laoghaire. Already garnering rave advance notices, her new novel, Life After Life, poses the intriguing question, What if you had the chance to live your life again and again, until you finally got it right?

Whether on page or on the stage, Kate Atkinson is a delight. Don’t miss her.

Sun 24 March 2.30pm Tickets €10/8


MUSICAL THEATRE CAMP

Debbie Kiernan

Choreographer All-Ireland Talent Show

Joe Conlan

Star of The Gaiety & Tivoli Panto

Name In Lights is an Easter 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).

AGES 5 - 11, 12 - 17 YEARS

Fishamble: The New Play Company presents

Forgotten

ONLY

€99

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.

Written and Performed by Pat Kinevane

MARCH 25 -29 LIMITED PLACES PER CLASS

FREE Showcase 2pm Fri 29 Mar for friends and family! Patrick Talbot presents

An Audience with

Sir Jonathan Miller ‘Has no one a skitter o’ dignity left?’

‘a unique thinker and performer’ New York Times.

Tonight is very special. The legendary Sir Jonathan Miller rose to fame in the early 1960s alongside Peter  Cook, Dudley Moore and Alan Bennett in the groundbreaking satirical stage revue Beyond The Fringe.  Going on to edit the BBC’s flagship arts programme Monitor, he became

associate director of the National Theatre. Directing drama and opera, he has enjoyed a stellar career in modern theatre.

Wed 27 Mar 8pm Tickets €20/17

With exhilarating theatricality and haunting honesty, Kinevane’s captivating performance brings to life the sometimes forgotten voices of society. This boutique performance by the award-winning Fishamble: The New Play Company is now in its seventh year of touring Ireland and the world over.

According to the New Yorker Magazine, Forgotten is ‘beautifully written and vivid…uniquely memorable’ while The Scotsman calls it ‘an incredibly moving piece of theatre…unequivocally beautiful’ In Forgotten, Pat Kinevan gives his all in an unforgettable night of theatrical brilliance. You just have to be here.

Thu 28 & Sat 30 Mar 8pm Tickets €18/16


Breda Cashe presents

Tuesdays with Morrie

Presented by Leinster School of Dance

An Enchanted Evening Leinster School of Dance presents this delightful tale in which a sleepover brings us to some enchanted evening of enchantment. Students (aged 3-18) weave their wondrous tale through the medium of classical ballet and modern dance.

Fri 5 Apr 7pm Sat 6 Apr 3pm & 7pm Tickets €15.50/12.50

Love Dance? See Sylvia, 18 - 20 Apr

Presented by IADT Drama Society

Footloose BACK DUE T O OVERWHELM ING DEMAND

“This is a play that might, incredibly, just might, change your life.” New York Magazine

Morrie is no stranger to the Pavilion Stage; now he makes a triumphant return. Tuesdays with Morrie is the autobiographical story of Mitch Albom, a journalist and Morrie Schwartz, his former college professor.

It is a heart-warming exploration of friendship and life. It will make you cry, think, feel but above all it will make you laugh.

Wed 3 –Thu 4 April 8pm Tickets €18/16

Like Morrie? Love Peter, 25 Apr

IADT rocks up with Footloose, a play-with-music set in small-town Bomont, where life is peaceful until City Boy Ren arrives. With the Reverend’s rebellious daughter showing a love-interest, Ren brings dance back to a town long held in thrall by the memory of a tragedy.

Wed 10 – Thu 11 Apr 7.30pm Tickets €15/13


The Nualas Ireland’s top all-female comedy singing sensations The Nualas are legging it down to you for a night of laugh-your-head off, wet-your-pants, pass-out-from-the-glamour-of-it-all entertainment. In a world where pop stars think nothing of singing in their underwear, The Nualas buck the trend by sporting proper yet unbelievably sextastic and shiny stage attire.

Goode School of Dance presents

Sylvia

Expect scintillating vocal harmony, ambitious choreography, bags of bling, and a night packed solid with craic, laughter, tears, and chat (not necessarily in that order).

Fri 12 Apr 8pm Tickets €18/16

Gumbleton Productions presents

With enchanting music by Leo Delibes, nymphs, huntresses and goddesses whisk us away to a magical, mystical world.

Thu 18 & Fri 19 7pm Sat 20 2pm & 7pm Sun 21 12.30pm & 5.30pm Tickets €16/10

Branar presents

Blaze Away!

Croí á Mhúscailt / Awakening a Heart

The Incredible Story of Josef Locke

FAMILY OL & SCHO SHOWS

JOSEF LOCKE was a legendary Derry born singer, hell-raiser and celebrity; he was also one of the most popular entertainers ever.

Inspired by an image from Oliver Jeffers’s The Heart in the Bottle and exquisitely told with puppetry, music and a wonderful chair.

Blaze Away chronicles his scandalous life and his rise and fall. Cathal McCabe has devised this new show which features all the great songs of the great man.

The Goode School of Dance biennial show is their superb adaptation of the Greek mythological ballet, Sylvia, first performed in Paris in 1876.

Sat 13 Apr 8pm Tickets €22/19

Early Bird

From the team that produced I HEAR YOU CALLING ME: The Story of Count John McCormack

With this magical story Branar will take you on a beautifully heartwarming journey into the world of a girl and her Grandmother.

Tue 23 Apr 7pm Family Show Wed 24 Apr 10am & 12pm Tickets €6 (schools & children) Family ticket €28 (family of 4) Suitable for ages 6+


Breslin Productions present

Interactive Theatre Australia in association with Ten42 Productions present

Faulty Towers The Dining Experience

Folk who are hungry for fun can’t get enough of Faulty Towers, the tasty Dining Experience with a Difference. In this blistering solo show, legendary hell raiser Oliver Reed knocks back a few drinks and shares his incredible life story. From boyhood to boozedom, this was a life well lived. Rob Crouch brings Reed back to vivid life in this swaggering, brilliant evening of entertainment.

“Brilliantly realised, skilfully written and touchingly performed” British Theatre Guide *****  

Wed 24 April 8pm Tickets €18/16

Verdant Productions present

Peter Sheridan Break a Leg Peter Sheridan, acclaimed playwright and director returns with a new memoir.

A new memoir from acclaimed playwright and director Peter Sheridan, Break A Leg tells the story of his life in the theatre, and meanwhile touches on so much more, delving deeply into Sheridan’s life, as well as the wider culture and politics of Ireland in the 1960s and 1970s.

The theatre, seen through Sheridan’s eyes, can do much more than entertain; it can itself be a vehicle of social change.

Honestly confronting his emerging problems with panic attacks and alcohol, and blending social history with memoir, Sheridan’s story is written in gutsy, fresh prose that captures your attention from the first page.

Peter Sheridan is a writer, theatre director, playwright, screenwriter, and film director. He was one of the founder members of Project Theatre Company. He is the author of 44 - A Dublin Memoir (1999) and Forty-Seven Roses (2001). He lives in Dublin. “A truly brilliant read, vividly capturing a vibrantly radical period in Irish theatre when the old rule book was torn up and Irish society, kicking and screaming, was forced to examine itself in the mirror. No other writer has captured this time so accurately and with such insight and humour.” Dermot Bolger

Cover photography © Peter Izarik/Magnum Photos Cover design by www.sinedesign.net

www.newisland.ie

SHERIDAN BREAK A LEG

“We’re going to make a play out of our own lives and we’re putting it on in three weeks. Now let’s get started....”

PETER

In Break A Leg, Peter tells the story of his life in theatre, and touches on so much more by delving deeply into his own life, as well as the wider culture and politics of Ireland in the 1960s and 1970s.

Every time the show comes to Dún Laoghaire, it’s a complete sell-out as Basil, Sybil and Manuel return to serve up more of their madcap mayhem and a ‘70s inspired threecourse meal in this ‘two-hour eat, drink and laugh sensation’ (Daily Telegraph). Reserve your table right away.

Fri 26 & Sat 27 April 7.30pm Royal Marine Hotel Tickets €45 (*incl. three course meal)

Take 2 Performing Arts School presents

Wish Upon a Star

“A truly brilliant read” Dermot Bolger

PETER

SHERIDAN

BREAK A LEG A MEMOIR

Memoir

This show holds your attention right from the start.

Thursday 25 April 8pm Tickets €17/15

Take2 Performing Arts celebrates 25 Years with Wish Upon A Star. Meet ‘Belle’ from Beauty & the Beast, Hercules, Anastasia, Aladdin & other familiar characters – plus Princesses & Princes a plenty!

Sat 27-Sun 28 April 6pm Tickets €15


www.dlrcoco.ie/library

COMING SOON The Millennium Forum Derry presents

YOU CREATE! The Pavilion Theatre | Children’s Workshop Season | February – April 2013

Children’s Workshop Season Curated by Tom Donegan

Does your child dream of becoming the next best-selling author, award-winning illustrator or graphic novelist? Following the success of our YOU CREATE! workshops last year, the sell-out season returns this Spring with yet more fantastic workshops for children aged 6 – 12 years. This time around, young participants will have the chance to learn to write like Jane Austen, hone their comic book skills, produce a personalised Beastly T-Shirt design, and even find out how to draw themselves as a Leprechaun! So come and join our expert facilitators and see what YOU CREATE!

Factory Girls

by Frank Mc Guinness, Directed by Caitriona McLaughlin

WORKSHOPS Sat 16 Feb 11am - 12.30pm Sat 2 Mar 11am - 1pm

Beastly T-Shirts with Chris Judge

8-12 years

€15

Jane Austen Write-a-Rama 11 years + * with Sarah Webb

€15

Sat 16 Mar 11am - 12.30pm

Where’s Larry? Drawing Jam with Philip Barrett

6 - 8 yrs

€15

Sat 13 Apr 11am - 12.30pm

Mini-Comic Madness with Fintan Taite

8 - 12 yrs

€15

* This workshop is designed for young people AND their parents/ guardians to take part in together. For more information on this and all other YOU CREATE sessions please see our website.

Early booking advised! See www.paviliontheatre.ie for more info!

Local living legend Frank McGuinness first came to prominence with his play The Factory Girls, originally produced in The Abbey Theatre Dublin. The Factory Girls tells the story of five women facing the threat of redundancy, who stage a lock-in in a shirt factory in Co. Donegal when faced with losing their jobs. Who will win out in the end?

Wed 1 – Thu 2 May 8pm Tickets €20/16


COMING SOON

Host your Event with us... Birthday Parties, Anniversaries, School Reunions...

whatever your celebration!

Hot on the heels of widespread critical acclaim with DruidMurphy in 2012, Druid comes to Dún Laoghaire with this rare opportunity to see two remarkable plays by Tom Murphy. See them individually or see both together with a special combination ticket offer. Hailed as ‘riveting’ by The Irish Times with the Daily Telegraph saying ‘attendance should be obligatory’. DruidMurphy: Conversations on a Homecoming and A Whistle in the Dark are presented as part of an Irish tour of the NASC network of regional theatres and is supported by an Arts Council touring grant.

‘Murphy is, I suspect, the greatest dramatist writing in English.’ The Financial Times *****★ ‘As always with this remarkable company, the acting is of a quality to leave you dumbstruck with admiration.’ The New York Times

Conversations on a Homecoming Tue 11, Fri 14 8pm & Sat 15 Jun 2pm A Whistle in The Dark Wed 12 -Thu 13 & Sat 15 Jun 8pm Tickets €26/€23 Combination Ticket Offer (See both plays) €46 /39

SUMMER BBQ? we have facilities to host it INDOORS or OUTDOORS!

PACKAGES TO SUIT ALL BUDGETS.

To Book, call our Events Team at (01) 230 0030

The Royal Marine Hotel Dún Laoghaire, Co .Dublin Tel : 01 230 0030 Fax : 01 230 0029 Email : sales@royalmarine.ie Web : www.royalmarine.ie


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Fiddler on the Roof

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Paul Brady

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Snow White

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Fiddler on the Roof

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Snow White

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Fiddler on the Roof

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Snow White

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Name in Lights

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Snow White

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Name in Lights

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Snow White

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Name in Lights

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Snow White

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Sir Jonathan Miller

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Name in Lights

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Forgotten

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Rolling Clones

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Name in Lights

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Julian Lloyd Webber

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Forgotten

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David Meade

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Tuesdays with Morrie

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Third Policeman

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Tuesdays with Morrie

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Beckett x 3

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An Enchanted Evening

7pm

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Beckett x 3

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An Enchanted Evening

3pm & 7pm

Eddi Reader

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Footloose

7.30pm

Ultimate Eagles

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Footloose

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Beastly T-Shirts with

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The Tailor & Antsy

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Mini-Comic Madness

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Monster/Clock

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Blaze Away

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Sylvia

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Sylvia

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Sylvia

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Sylvia

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Cosí Fan Tutte

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Gay Byrne

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The Unthanks

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Jane Austen Write-a-Rama

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Tromlui Phinoccio

10am & 12pm

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CoisCéim

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Declan O'Rourke

8pm

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A Magical Adventure

2pm & 6.30pm

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Awakening a Heart

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Awakening a Heart

10am & 12pm

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Oliver Reed Wild Thing

8pm

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Break a Leg

8pm

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Faulty Towers

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Faulty Towers

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Take 2 Foxrock

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Take 2 Foxrock

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A Magical Adventure

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Gruffalo's Child

12pm & 4.30pm

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Gruffalo's Child

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The Crucible

7.30pm

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Tailor of Inverness

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Where's Larry

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Local Arts

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Tailor of Inverness

8pm

Comedy

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Fiddler on the Roof

8pm

Children’s Events

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Fiddler on the Roof

8pm

Cinema

Literature

School Event

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DĂşn Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council supports the development of the arts at a local level and aspires to provide opportunities for all who live in, work in and visit the County to engage with the arts as creators, participants and spectators. The County Council is delighted to be the key funder of the Pavilion Theatre, municipal theatre for the County, and to support your visit here today.

Pavilion Theatre Marine Road DĂşn Laoghaire Co Dublin

Booking: 01 231 2929 www.paviliontheatre.ie Free online booking

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Pavilion Theatre Spring 2013