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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! All children must be acompanied by an adult.

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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.

students, senior citizens (65), long-term unemployed and the disabled. Subject to availability. 20% is available until Fri 7 Oct on the first 50 tickets for selected events where you see this symbol. available for groups of ten or more on selected shows. Please contact the box office for details.

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

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

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For children we see the return of Flip Flop with two enchanting pieces of theatre, The War of the Buttons & Snow Play in November; we have Snow White and The Paper Princess just in time for Christmas. In November Fishamble’s Silent, winner of two coveted awards at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011, will make its way to us for the first time along with Pan Pan’s The Rehearsal, Playing the Dane. If dance is your thing then Colin Dunne’s (Riverdance) intimate solo show Out of Time is for you. Music Network are back with exceptional pianist Alexej Gorlatch; we have the ever popular John Spillane and the haunting, lyrical voice of Eurovision winner Eimear Quinn, accompanied by the Marmisa String Quartet - just the thing to get you into the Christmas spirit. In the New Year we will be joined by Declan O’Rourke. If you’re up for a laugh this winter we have quite a line-up in store for you! David O’Doherty (Oct), David McSavage and a comedy triple bill featuring Kevin McAleer, Joe Rooney & Barry Murphy coming your way this December. We have so much on offer this season but it’s probably easier if you just take a look inside… Looking forward to seeing you all over the coming months.

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We are delighted to introduce to you some of the highlights coming your way this Winter season.

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Welcome Note

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Pavilion Theatre gratefully acknowledges its ‘Best Pals’ and the generous support of Maeve Binchy, Gazette Group Newspapers & East Coast FM

Hugh & all the staff at Pavilion Theatre


eX presents

Shipwrecked

Interactive Theatre Australia in association with Ten42 Productions present

Faulty Towers...

eX, the Irish based, international early music/theatre ensemble presents, Shipwrecked, featuring: • Spanish music of the 16th century, • Recreations of Irish song of the period, • Instrumental and vocal music from Elizabethan England • Wild, improvised fusions of the above. With Shipwrecked, eX brings together an ensemble of renowned early music specialists and traditional Irish musicians in an innovative music theatre event recounting the amazing story of Francisco de Cuellar, Captain of an Armada galleon, shipwrecked on Steedagh Strand, who spent seven months as a fugitive in Connacht and Ulster.

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

Thu 20 Oct 8pm Tickets €17/15

Lisa Richards Agency presents

2008 Edinburgh Comedy Award winner 2010 Irish Comedian of the Year

“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.

early booking is advised

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.

Wed 19 Oct 8pm Royal St. George Yacht Club Tue 8 Nov 8pm Royal Marine Hotel Tickets €45 (incl. three course meal)

David O’Doherty

2008 Edinburgh Comedy Award winner, 2010 Hot Press Irish Comedian of the Year, 1990 East Leinster under 14 Triple Jump Bronze Medalist, founder member of Destiny’s Child, inventor of the iPad, star of 2Fast 2Furious, he has never eaten at Nando’s, and until recently he always mispronounced the word ‘hyperbole’. The number one ranked person called ‘David O’Doherty’ on Google returns to Pavilion Theatre with small keyboards/talking.

Thu 20 Oct 8pm Tickets €17/15


Chris Kavanagh and The Patriots/Gavin Doyle present

Pavilion Theatre presents

The Legend of Luke Kelly Chris Kavanagh brings his Legend of Luke Kelly show back to Pavilion Theatre this October. With the influence of Luke, the band has written a collection of new original Irish Folk ballads. Lead singer Chris bears a remarkable resemblance to Luke, while his singing captures Luke’s depth and passion. He is joined on stage by accomplished musicians in this ultimate tribute to the King of Balladeers.

Festival e r t a e h T Childrens

28 -30 October 2011 For this, our fifth Flip Flop Festival, we’re seeing the return of some old friends, Lyngo Theatre Co. and their latest show Snow Play and some new faces, Companie Animotion from France with The War of the Buttons.

The War of the Buttons

Sat 22 Oct 8pm Tickets €19/17

Childrens Books Ireland Festival and UNESCO projects present

William Hussey

Witchfinder Join William Hussey, creator of the Witchfinder series as he searches for and finds the witch in your midst, with a fully interactive re-enactment of a genuine 17th century witch trial! Witness the gruesome methods of torture used by the witchfinders of old to extract confessions! Pupils will play their part as accused witch, witnesses for the prosecution, trial jury or pitiless witchfinders! Suitable for 5th and 6th class pupils (ages 10-12).

Wed 26 Oct 10am Free event

Welcome to a tale of squabbles, scuffles, and buttons! George grows grapes. Bessie grows cabbages. One loves the sun. One loves the rain. A petty squabble grows and grows and grows into The War of the Buttons! The War of the Buttons is told through an energetic mix of music, puppetry, clowning, movement and sign language.

roughout Free Workshops th hdown! at -R Dún Laoghaire ntheatre.ie see www.pavilio for details

Its distinctive non-verbal vocabulary makes it uniquely accessible to deaf, hearing and international audiences..

Fri 28 Oct 11am (Schools) & 4pm (Special Halloween Show!!) Come in fancy dress – prizes for best costumes! Age 5-11yrs & families

Snow Play When Mr Green comes back from his Christmas holidays he finds that Mr White has moved into his house and covered everything in snow. All Mr White wants to do is sleep and have fun but Mr Green can’t stand the snow. Who gets to stay, and who has to go away? Make a giant snowman, have a super snowball fight and help us to bring back the Spring in this highly interactive smash-hit London production!

Starring Patrick Lynch from Cbeebies and Carlo Rossi from Italian TV

Sat 29 Oct 2 & 4pm, Sun 30 Oct 2pm Age 3-7yrs & families

Tickets €10/8 €7.50 (Groups of 10 or more) Booking: 01 231 2929 www.paviliontheatre.ie


Silent

Pan Pan Theatre presents

Fishamble: The New Play Company presents

The Rehearsal, Playing the Dane

Written and performed by Pat Kinevane

Winner of best production Irish Times Theatre Awards 2010.

‘Magnificently stimulating and thought-provoking theatre in an equally devastating setting. Not to be missed.’ Emer O’Kelly, Sunday Independent ‘A serious, searching work; affecting, provocative and stimulating’ Colin Murphy, Irish Independent There’s something strange in the neighbourhood of contemporary Denmark. Who are you going to call? That is the question. In Pan Pan’s purgatorial presentation of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy, you the audience are faced with a choice: who is going to be, or not to be, Hamlet? Actors compete to play the title role but as we enter the graveyard world of this icon of individualism can anyone escape playing the Dane?

Aren’t we all the main part? Highly innovative and visually breathtaking, this is an audacious and irreverent riff on Hamlet that does not so much update or deconstruct the play as explode it. Pan Pan is funded by the Arts Council.

Fri 4-Sat 5 Nov 8pm Early Bird Tickets €25/20

Don’t FORGET!! Interactive Theatre Australia in association with Ten42 Productions present

Faulty Towers ... the dining experience

Tue 8 Nov 8pm Royal Marine Hotel Tickets €45 (incl. three course meal)

Homeless McGoldrig once had splendid things. But he has lost it all - including his mind. He now dives into the wonderful wounds of his past through the romantic world of Rudolph Valentino. Dare to laugh at despair and gasp at redemption in this brave, bold, beautiful new production. ‘Kinevane moves, in a striking performance under Jim Culleton’s effective direction, with the elegance of a dancer and the engaged poise of a boxer. It’s a startling combination... the caress of poetry and the disarming direct address of stand-up...a moving story, which, until its end, pulses with the erratic noise of life’ Irish Times Fishamble: The New Play Company is funded by the Arts Council and Dublin City Council. Its international touring is supported by Culture Ireland.

Wed 9-Thu 10 Nov 8pm Early Bird Tickets €18/16

Winner of 2011 Scotsman Fringe First Award and the Herald Angel Award.


Rampage School of Dance presents

Nasc Touring Network presents

Boom Box Rampage School of Dance is a community group based in Shankill, who have been practicing innovative styles of modern dance for over 10 years. With over 50 dancers in the group of all age groups, this years 2011 show will consist of a mix of modern dance styles (hip hop, contemporary, Jazz ) to name a few. Rampage School of Dance annual show never fails to impress their audiences and this year will be no exception with a number of new acts and surprises.

Out of Time Created and performed by Colin Dunne Director Sinéad Rushe “A remarkably uplifting and extraordinarily moving memoir in motion” Irish Independent

Colin Dunne returns to Ireland with his solo dance show following a critically acclaimed international tour.

Fri 11-Sat 12 Nov 8pm Tickets €13

St. Patrick’s Dramatic Society Dalkey presents

SAME OLD MOON

Combining dance, sound design, film and spoken commentary, Out of Time is a Fascinating, intimate, personal and provocative insight into Dunne’s private world as a dancer rooted in the Irish step dance tradition.

by Geraldine Aro

This very funny yet moving play tells the story of aspiring writer Brenda Barnes as it follows her from childhood to her 40s. Through her eyes, we see her eccentric and sometimes fiery Irish family, including her wilful and selfdestructive father, put-upon and sometimes hot tempered mother, difficult aunt and many others.

Staged by St Patrick’s Dramatic Society Dalkey to mark its 50th anniversary, this charming play promises to be seriously entertaining.

Wed 16-Sat 19 Nov 8pm Tickets €18/15

Best known for his performances and choreography in Riverdance, Colin Dunne has been forging a new creative path in recent years. He was nominated for an Olivier Award and a UK Critics Circle Award for his performance in Out of Time.

Thu 24 Nov 8pm Tickets €19/17

Early Bird


Verdant Productions Ltd. presents

David McSavage

– He’s Alive Inside! ‘...the most divisive comedian in the country’ Evening Herald ‘McSavage is brilliantly and wickedly funny’ Irish Independent

David McSavage is one of Ireland’s most popular comedians and street entertainers.

Music Network presents

Alexej Gorlatch, piano By any standards, the young Ukrainian pianist Alexej Gorlatch is something of a phenomenon. Entering the University of Arts in Berlin at the age of twelve, within a decade he had a trophy cabinet jam-packed with awards, including First Prize at the prestigious Hamamatsu International Piano Competition in Japan, First Prize at the Dublin International Piano competition and Silver Medal at the Leeds Piano competition, in a performance described by The Guardian as ‘immaculate in its poetry and aggression’.

Programme: Beethoven Sonata op. 2 no.1 in F minor Chopin Polonaise-Fantasie op.61 Bill Whelan The Currach Brahms 4 Ballades op.10 Chopin Mazurkas op.68 no.s 1 & 2 Chopin Scherzo op.31 in B flat minor

Fri 25 Nov 8pm Tickets €17/15

Early Bird

His cutting commentary and performances cover all aspects of life and nothing is safe from his truth induced interpretations. From The Barman (Mick The Bull) to Father Finnegan to former President Mary Robinson, audiences relate to each character from the many aspects of Irish life. He devised, wrote and starred in the critically acclaimed six part TV series The Savage Eye on RTÉ. The show was nominated for an IFTA award for Best Entertainment Series and the third series will be being screened by RTÉ in 2012.

Thu 1 Dec 8pm Tickets €18/16 Early Bird


John Spillane “One of the great songwriters to emerge in the last 10 years is John Spillane” Christy Moore

Abba Forever

Twice winner of the meteor award in the best folk/trad category, John Spillane has toured the country and the world spreading joy with a mix of melodic tunes, entertaining stories and poetic lyrics. Described as ‘one of the truest Irish voices of his generation’ by Irish music magazine, Spillane truly embodies the Celtic spirit. John was awarded the Irish Music Association (USA) “Top Solo Performer in Concert” award 2009

A GREAT CHRISTMAS night out

Fri 2 Dec 8pm Tickets €19

John Conway presents

The Three Tenors & Star Violinist

This Live production aims to reproduce Abba Live in with particular attention to detail. Focusing on the live aspect with an exceptional all live cast, the show features the very high standard of musicianship needed to recreate Abba songs, and with all performers singing totally live, audiences are experiencing a true live performance

The ultimate party night is here with over two hours of Abba HITS

Waterloo, Mamma Mia, Voulez Vous, Dancing Queen and many many more, with fabulous musicians and live vocals. You’ll leave shouting… “THANK YOU FOR THE MUSIC… ABBA!”

Tue 6 Dec 8pm Tickets €20/18

Irish National Youth Ballet Co. presents

The Nutcracker Suite & The Snow Queen 37 of Ireland’s most talented young dancers will perform this Season in Celebration of its 15th Anniversary.

Returning once more to Pavilion Theatre after sell-out concerts all over the country, Ireland’s hottest trio - John Scott, David Martin and Declan Kelly - along with their star guests, will delight and thrill you with songs of love, inspiration and laughter including:

Can’t Help Falling in Love, My Way, Time To Say Goodbye, Halleluia, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Nessun Dorma and lots, lots more.

Sat 3 Dec 8pm Tickets €30

They will delight and dazzle everyone from the youngest to the most seasoned theatergoers. Snowflakes, flowers and sweets, Snow Queen, Ice Maidens and Doves all wrapped up in Tchaikovsky’s & Stravinsky’s glorious music scores.

Friday 9 Dec 12 & 8pm Saturday 10 Dec 3 & 8pm Tickets Evening €18/€13 Group Rate (10+) €10 Matinee €15/11 Group rate (10+) €8


Dún Laoghaire School of Music presents

Christmas Concert 2011

O Holy Night An evening with

Eimear Quinn “A beautiful young woman with a cherub’s voice that floats in an ethereal cloud of its making” Sunday Independent

Dún Laoghaire School of Music are delighted to present a Christmas family variety show showcasing the huge talent and range of music styles on offer at the school.

Come and celebrate the spirit of Christmas with us as we entertain you with songs, instrumental ensembles including a presentation from the popular Children’s World of Music series.

Sun 11 Dec 5.30pm Tickets €16/€9.50

Eimear’s ethereal voice will blend beautifully with the Mamisa String Quartet, which features Maria and Michelle Mason.

Fri 16-Sat 17 Dec 8pm Tickets €21/19

Monkeyshine Theatre presents

Lambert Puppet Theatre presents

The Paper Princess

Snow White

Based on the book, The Paper Princess by Elisa Kleven

Paula Lambert was the voice of Bosco on TV for seventeen years and indeed Bosco is still a firm favourite with the younger children and will make a nostalgiac appearance in the opening part of the show in a seasonal production of Bosco’s Magical Christmas. This is a beautifully produced show with large puppets, colourful sets and exquisite lighting and is suitable for an age group up to ten years of age.

In this intimate and spiritual night, Eimear Quinn will bring her own special rendition of Christmas songs and carols to Pavilion Theatre for a memorable musical experience.

You are invited to a party! There’s glitter and sparkles, a tiny theatre and a magical story to be told.

Mon 12-Tue 13 Dec 10am & 12pm Tickets €8

The audience are invited to a birthday party where a tea table of colors and glitter and sparkles is laid out ready for them. They are encouraged to make their very own paper prince or princess, then invited to gather in front of the toy theatre.

This is an enchanting theatre experience for children of 3yrs and up.

Sat 17 Dec 12 & 2pm Tickets €10/8


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The Life and Music of Nina Simone with Karen Underwood and Live Band

Kevin McAleer: “Occasionally laconic, at times infectiously manic, and always riveting” Hot Press Kevin is one of the founding fathers of modern stand-up, influencing and inspiring a whole generation of comedians in Ireland and UK, from Stewart Lee to David O’Doherty.

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

Sun 18 Dec 7.30pm Tickets €18

Fri 20 Jan 8pm Tickets €18/16

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Barry Murphy: “One of the kings of Irish comedy” Hot Press The IFTA nominated writer’s CV is one to envy - host of The End, Stand & Deliver, one third of Après Match and Mr. Trellis, co-founder of the Comedy Cellar Club and co-creator of Soupy Norman.

Joe Rooney: “The Comedy Don” The Irish Times Joe has been making people laugh for the last fifteen years and best known as Father Damo in Father Ted, and Timmy in the RTE sitcom Killinaskully. He has written the last two series of Killinaskully and a new comedy stage show Batty Ryan Will Change Your Life.

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Verdant Productions Ltd presents

47 Roses by Peter Sheridan

‘Peter Sheridan has remade the lost world of sixties Dublin in this knock-out memoir, a gently powerful act of memory and love.’ Sebastian Barry Peter Sheridan conjures up the voices, sights and songs of his 1960’s childhood in Dublin, in a powerful coming-of-age story, peopled with deliciously eccentric characters and wonderfully bizarre incidents.

Early Bird

Eightball Promotions & Media present

Declan O’Rourke

“It’s a rare gift that his music can bear comparison with so many classic-era troubadours while still sounding utterly original” Uncut Magazine Big Bad Beautiful World and the much loved song Galileo are just two of the earworms that have contributed to Declan O’Rourke’s success.

By turns, brilliantly funny and intensely moving, this remarkable performance packs a considerable punch – a cultural gem.

Formerly one of Ireland’s best kept secrets, rave reviews for his debut album Since Kyabram, a growing international fanbase and an enviable collection of eminent devotees, including Paul Weller, Snow Patrol and Kate Rusby, have changed that.

Thu 19 Jan 8pm Tickets €17/15

Sat 21 Jan 8pm Tickets €21

Early Bird


Arclight Theatre Company present their ninth annual pantomime

Goldilocks & the 3 Bears It’s Baby Bear’s birthday, but the Bears have nothing to celebrate as their house has been ransacked by a troublesome teenage tearaway called Goldilocks. To make matters worse, the evil Queen Bee is stockpiling all the honey.

It’s an ‘unbearably’ sticky situation, but with brains and brawn the brave Bears battle the belligerent Bees. Goldilocks is a hive of fun and laughter, a sweet treat for all the family!

Tue 24-Sat 28 Jan 7.30pm Matinee Sat 28 Jan 2.30pm Tickets €16/12

An Evening of Nostalgia with

Johnny McEvoy

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Johnny McEvoy has always been highly acclaimed for his excellent concert shows and his return visit to the Pavilion Theatre is eagerly awaited by his legion of fans. This nostalgiac evening of song and story features all of Johnny’s many hit songs. His songs are haunting, evocative and beautifully presented with many in the folk and ballad style.

Johnny also features songs from his new album. His recent recording of his number one hit Muirseen Durkin with Sharon Shannon was very well received and got extensive airplay on Local and National Radio. This is a two hour concert... not to be missed.

Thu 2 Feb 8pm Tickets €25


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Legend of Luke Kelly

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Same Old Moon

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Out of Time

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