Brighten up your November at Pavilion Theatre!
31 October 2018
With a stunning programme of dance, music, family shows, cinema and much more besides, there’s plenty of entertainment to be had in Dún Laoghaire this month.
Let’s take a look at what’s coming to Pavilion Theatre in November…
A beautiful and haunting exploration of violence from Junk Ensemble, Soldier Still (Thu 1 Nov) features ex-Captain, whistleblower and author Dr Tom Clonan alongside four dancers. The production won the award for Best Design at Dublin Fringe Festival 2017.
All the way from Inner Mongolia, Quge (Sat 3 Nov) - pronounced “chew-guh” - is a traveling music troupe carrying on an ancient tradition with authentic instruments and captivating melodies.
This Is How we Fly (Thu 15 Nov) brings together the stunning fiddle playing of Caomhín Ó Raghallaigh (The Glaoming), Nic Gareiss’ percussive dance, clarinet, electronics and percussion to create a sound that is utterly unique and totally modern.
One of Ireland’s most successful songwriters returns to our stage in November as Phil Coulter (Sun 25 Nov) performs new arrangements of classic songs like The Town I Loved So Well and Steal Away.
The Don Baker Tour (Tue 27 Nov) rolls into Dún Laoghaire this month to showcase Don’s skills as a singer, songwriter and word-renowned harmonica player! A must-see for lovers of the blues.
No strangers to Pavilion Theatre, brothers Vladimir and Anton are The Violinists (Wed 28 Nov) who have become household names thanks to their virtuoso talent and irresistible arrangements of both classical and pop material.
Along with their brilliant band, Los Angeles natives Zachary and Dylan Zmed faithfully recreate the sound of an iconic 60s rock ‘n’ roll duo as The Everly Brothers Experience (Fri 30 Nov).
Italian pianist and composer Federico Albanese (Fri 30 Nov) returns to Ireland with a very special concert in the breathtaking surroundings of Dublin’s Pepper Canister Church to celebrate the release of his latest record By the Deep Sea.
From the producers of The Far Field, A Winter Wish (Fri 16 Nov), is a wonderfully interactive musical adventure for ages 3 and up with puppetry, beautifully designed staging and a traditional Irish soundtrack.
Britain’s Got Talent favourites Lords of Strut (Sat 24 Nov) want to become Absolute Legends in their brand new show! Help Sean and Seamus in their quest for fame as they put their outrageous, hilarious and jaw-dropping dance skills to the test.
Based on Roald Dahl’s beloved collection of poems, Revolting Rhymes (Sun 25 Nov) puts an unexpected twist on several fairy tales including Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White and Jack and the Beanstalk.
Our final screening of The Oscar Wilde Season is arguably the playwright’s greatest achievement: The Importance of Being Earnest (Wed 14 Nov). Filmed at London’s Vaudeville Theatre, this is a five-star production that deserves to be seen on the big screen.
Based on Mark Haddon’s bestselling book, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Fri 16 Nov) is now an acclaimed stage play in receipt of five Tony Awards. Relive the magic of this London production at Pavilion Theatre with our encore screening.
Although there will be no Monday Night Cinema on Mon 5 Nov, there’s still plenty to look forward to this month: Polish romantic epic Cold War (Mon 12 Nov), Jehovah’s Witness drama Apostasy (Mon 19 Nov) and bittersweet character study Lucky (Mon 26 Nov).
We look forward to seeing you at one of our great events this November!