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Theatre Donation Fund

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Pavilion Theatre Closure

Pavilion Theatre Closure

Fri 18 Sep

We regret to announce that due to the introduction of Level 3 restrictions, Pavilion Theatre is currently closed to the public.

Ticketholders for affected events will be contacted directly by our box office team.

monday night cinema
Parasite

Parasite

Mon 21 Sep, 3pm & 8pm

★★★★★ The Irish Times
★★★★★ The Guardian

Bong Joon-ho’s Best Picture-winning black comedy follows two families - one wealthy, one less so - and the increasingly complex ways in which their lives intertwine.

sold out
Hangmen by Martin McDonagh

Hangmen by Martin McDonagh

Wed 23 Sep, 7.30pm

National Theatre Live
Encore Cinema Screening

★★★★★ Sunday Times

Following a sell-out run in London, Olivier and Academy Award® winner Martin McDonagh returns to the West End with Matthew Dunster’s award-winning production of his deeply funny new play.

just announced
According to Sydney

According to Sydney

Fri 25 Sep, 4pm & 8pm

Rose Henderson (Take Off Your Cornflakes) plays Ruth, a law graduate who has been married for 25 years to the opinionated Sydney, who has sadly died. Ruth didn’t mean to kill him…but in the end, something had to give.

monday night cinema
The Truth

The Truth

Mon 28 Sep, 3pm & 8pm

★★★★ The Irish Time
★★★★ The Guardian

Kore-eda (Shoplifters) ventures outside Japan in this tender, moving tale of a legendary film star (Catherine Deneuve) and her estranged daughter (Juliette Binoche) making sense of their shared past and present.

selling fast
A Whole New Story

A Whole New Story

Sat 3 Oct, 8pm

In this first of the A Whole New Story events, Irish authors Joseph O’Connor, Patrick Freyne, Kathleen McMahon, Michele Forbes, and Henrietta McKervey will be reading from their latest work with musical interludes from the wonderful Ellen Cranitch.

sold out
Interventions

Interventions

Sun 4 Oct, 2pm

As part of Dublin Theatre Festival

A rehearsed reading of a new play by Iseult Golden. Interventions is a warm-hearted, witty and beautifully observed comedy about friendship, relationships and the things we can’t talk about…

sold out
Fannying Around with Joanne McNally

Fannying Around with Joanne McNally

Thu 8 & Fri 9 Oct, 8pm

In an attempt to remember how to do her job, Joanne would love you to join her for an evening of fannying around.

Doing a mix of old & new, she wants to exercise her comedic muscles with you so that she is ready to get back to embarrassing her family for a living.

sold out
Attachment

Attachment

Sat 10 Oct, 2pm

As part of Dublin Theatre Festival

A rehearsed reading of a new play by David Horan. Attachment starts out as a gripping adoption story but quickly becomes a play about two mothers, the nature of love and how it defines us.

sold out
Striking Back

Striking Back

Sun 11 Oct, 2pm

As part of Dublin Theatre Festival

A rehearsed reading of a new play by Kellie Hughes and Matthew Spangler. Striking Back is the inspiring, true story of anti-apartheid striker Mary Manning, who, with nine other workers in Dunnes Stores, refused to handle South African products in 1984.

cancelled
DirtBirds

DirtBirds

Fri 16 Oct, 8pm

We regret to announce that this event has been cancelled. All ticket holders will be contacted directly by our box office.

sold out
I Hear You and Rejoice

I Hear You and Rejoice

Fri 16 & Sat 17 Oct, 8pm

★★★★★ The Evening Standard
★★★★ The Times

Late in his life, Pat Farnon, a cobbler and all-round contented man, embarks on a journey he had not quite planned and finds that every twist in the road can bring its own surprises.

sold out
A Whole New Story

A Whole New Story

Thu 29 Oct, 8pm

In the second of the A Whole New Story events, Liz Nugent, Donal Ryan, Paul Howard, Hilary Fannin and Maureen White will be reading from their latest work with musical interludes from the wonderful Ellen Cranitch.

Mary Black

Mary Black

Fri 18 Jun, 8pm

The multi-platinum selling, award-winning artist returns to Dún Laoghaire playing her favourites from a 30-year career as well as cuts from her new album.