A sparkling start to summer this May at Pavilion Theatre!
30 April 2019
April showers bring May flowers, and there’s a bouquet of brilliant events to look forward to this month in Dún Laoghaire. With music, comedy, theatre and dance, cinema and on the menu you’re bound to find something you’ll enjoy.
Known for her work with Solas, Karan Casey (Thu 2 May) is one of the most critically acclaimed voices in Irish traditional and folk music. For this intimate concert she will be joined by Niamh Dunne and Seán Óg Graham from Ed Sheeran favourites Beoga and concertina player Niall Vallely.
Mary Black (Thu 23 May) is no stranger to Pavilion Theatre and now the Ireland’s Favourite Folk Song host is back for an evening of iconic his like No Frontiers, A Woman’s Heart and Song for Ireland performed with her all-star backing band.
Something fans of The Beatles won’t want to miss is The Classic Beatles’ (Sat 25 May) Abbey Road at 50 show! The only tribute with George Martin’s blessing will Come Together on our stage once again Because, in The End, there’s simply no better way to celebrate the Fab Four.
Dún Laoghaire Choral Society (Thu 30 May) will undertake an epic musical journey through the Garden of Earthly Delights with music by Monteverdi, Brahms and more accompanied by striking Bosch imagery.
Star of Pat Shortt’s D’Unbelievables and sold out John B Keane plays The Matchmaker and The Successful TD, Jon Kenny returns with an intimate one-man show, Crowman (Fri 31 May). This tender, funny play is the perfect showcase for Jon’s blend of authenticity and comedic skill.
There are still a handful of seats left for the uproariously funny Jason Byrne (Fri 3 May), so secure your spot at the Ireland’s Got Talent judge’s new stand-up show before they’re snapped up.
Viral Facebook sensation Enya Martin (Sat 4 May) is taking the hilarious characters and sketches of her page Giz a Laugh on the road! She tackles boyfriends, shop assistants, self-serve scanners and everything in between in her biting, only-in-Dublin new show Would Ya Be Able?
The Irish National Youth Ballet (Fri 10 – Sun 12 May) will perform a triple bill of Snow White, Before the Bell Rings and Moving On for its spring show. Forty of Ireland’s best young ballet dancers will take to the stage accompanied by the Orchestra of INYB.
We’re thrilled to be bringing another season of Monday Night Cinema to Dún Laoghaire. Comedy, historical, thriller, war, music, gangster, drama and many more genres besides are represented as are countries including China, Germany, France, Iceland, the US and the UK.
Our line-up for May includes Melissa McCarthy’s true-life literary comedy Can You Ever Forgive Me? (Mon 6 May), WWII thriller The 12th Man (Mon 13 May), French family drama The House by the Sea (Mon 20 May) and trangender character study Girl (Mon 27 May).
Season Tickets valid for all 11 weeks are available online for just €71.50.