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cinema
First Cow

First Cow

Mon 29 Nov, 3pm & 8pm

Award-winning director Kelly Reichardt (Wendy and Lucy, Certain Women) returns with this touching story of two outsiders who join forces in a tenuous plan to make their fortune on the frontiers of the American Northwest. They embark on setting up a business, which relies on secretly using the first and only cow to arrive in the territory …

extra date added
ABBA Forever

ABBA Forever

Tue 30 Nov & Wed 15 Dec, 8pm

“ABBA FOREVER” The Christmas Show returns to Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire. It is one of the years’ most popular shows here and we keep getting requests for its return.

Finghin Collins

Finghin Collins

Wed 1 Dec, 8pm

After months of inactivity, pianist Finghin Collins takes to the road again this winter, embarking on an extensive national recital tour which he has named after one of the major pieces in the programme - Schubert’s Wanderer Fantasy.

off-site
The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse

Thu 2 Dec - Sat 4 Dec, 7.30pm

Venue: The O’Reilly Theatre
Nationwide tour of a new production of Peter Maxwell Davies’s chamber opera. A Scottish lighthouse goes dark. A visiting supply ship finds the building in order. But
the keepers have vanished without trace.

online
The Enemy Within (Online Event)

The Enemy Within (Online Event)

Fri 3 & Sat 4 Dec, 8pm

Online Event
Brian Friel’s The Enemy Within is directed by Caitríona McLaughlin, the new Artistic Director of the Abbey Theatre, and is performed by a stellar cast, with Sean McGinley in the lead role of Columba/Colmcille.

cinema
Quo Vadis, Aida

Quo Vadis, Aida

Mon 6 Dec, 3pm & 8pm

Bosnia, July 1995. Former schoolteacher Aida now works as a translator for the UN in the small town of Srebrenica. When Serbian forces advance on the town, thousands of citizens, fearing for their lives, arrive at the UN “safe zone” seeking protection. As the danger escalates, Aida realises how powerless the UN is and so races to save her family.

cinema
Martin Eden

Martin Eden

Mon 13 Dec, 3pm & 8pm

Based on Jack London’s 1909 novel, Pietro Marcello’s Martin Eden chronicles the life of an uneducated sailor who falls for wealthy Italian beauty Elena. Yearning to remake himself to prove his worth, Martin immerses himself in literature and politics.

Eimear Quinn

Eimear Quinn

Fri 17 Dec, 8pm

Following consistent sell-out shows year after year, Pavilion favourite Eimear Quinn is back in person for her annual festive Winter concert. 

Phil Coulter

Phil Coulter

Sun 19 Dec, 8pm

A very special concert with one of Ireland’s biggest-selling recording artists of all time, the legendary Phil Coulter.

cinema
Minari

Minari

Mon 20 Dec, 3pm & 8pm

A Timeless Story Of What Roots Us.
Originally from South Korea, Jacob and his family have relocated from California to Arkansas, so pursue a dream of owning a farm.

special screening
Elf

Elf

Tue 21 Dec, 4pm

A human baby raised as an elf.  A city where no one remembers the true meaning of Christmas.  Will Ferrell stars as Buddy, a human raised in the North Pole to be an elf.