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Happy Birthday Dear Alice

Happy Birthday Dear Alice

Tue 17 - Sat 21 May

by Bernard Farrell

A new production of the much-loved and hilarious comedy about the efforts of a dysfunctional family to commit their aging yet resilient mother to the uncertain fate of a nursing home.

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Ali & Ava

Ali & Ava

Mon 23 May, 3pm & 8pm

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

The latest film from UK writer-director Clio Barnard (The Selfish Giant) is a warm, charming exploration of a midlife love affair that develops in Bradford.

The Henry Girls & Band

The Henry Girls & Band

Thu 26 May, 8pm

The Henry Girls are three sisters from Donegal with a penchant for harmonising, and in this show they and their ten-piece band will perform a set of music by boundary-breaking jazz vocal trio The Boswell Sisters.

Deirdre O’Kane

Deirdre O’Kane

Fri 27 & Sat 28 May, 8pm

There’s a point beyond burnout where all you can do is laugh, and funnywoman Deirdre O’Kane has well and truly reached it. Catch the RTÉ, Sky and Virgin Media star’s brilliant new stand-up show Demented at Pavilion Theatre!

Lúminaria

Lúminaria

Sat 28 May, 12pm & 3pm

With an array of wonderful characters played by three amazing actors, colourful puppets and original music, Lúminaria brings the audience on a whimsical journey into the unknown.

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Prayers for the Stolen

Prayers for the Stolen

Mon 30 May, 3pm & 8pm

Best Director, Stockholm International Film Festival 2021

Acclaimed documentary filmmaker Tatiana Huezo brings a naturalistic and intimate feel to this story of growing up in rural Mexico, under threat of drug cartels, in her fiction debut.

Lisa O’Neill

Lisa O’Neill

Wed 1 Jun, 8pm

Lisa O’Neill has quietly built a reputation for herself on the Irish and international scenes, garnering awards and glowing reviews in the process, and now has a growing following with her unique folk sound, strong songwriting and distinctive voice.

The Lost Brothers

The Lost Brothers

Fri 3 & Sat 4 Jun, 8pm

★★★★ The Irish Times

Acclaimed Irish duo Oisín Leech and Mark McCausland, known collectively as The Lost Brothers, bring their On the Road tour to Dún Laoghaire for two nights.

Sunday Miscellany Live

Sunday Miscellany Live

Sun 5 Jun, 8pm

Sarah Binchy presents a Bloomsday-infused recording of the popular, long-running RTÉ Radio 1 show to mark the 100th birthday of Ulysses. With guest authors including Joseph O’Connor, Sara Keating, Colin Murphy plus live musical performances.

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Compartment No. 6

Compartment No. 6

Mon 6 Jun, 3pm & 8pm

Grand Prix Award, Cannes 2021

Finnish film Compartment No. 6 is a warming, unexpected tale of adventure, self-discovery and human connection set on a long-distance train journey to the Arctic Circle.

Peggy Seeger and Calum MacColl

Peggy Seeger and Calum MacColl

Thu 9 Jun, 8pm

Making a very welcome visit to Pavilion Theatre on her rescheduled First Farewell Tour, the charismatic Peggy Seeger - singer, songwriter, feminist, icon, Ewan MacColl’s partner and muse - is the undisputed queen of folk and political song.

An Evening with Jimmy Webb

An Evening with Jimmy Webb

Fri 10 & Sat 11 Jun, 8pm

Jimmy Webb, America’s Songwriter and multi-Grammy Award winner will regale audiences with his songs and insightful and often humorous stories about his work with artists like Frank Sinatra, Art Garfunkel, Linda Ronstadt and Kanye West.

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An Cailín Ciúin

An Cailín Ciúin

Mon 13 Jun, 3pm & 8pm

7 wins including Best Film & Best Director, Irish Film & Television Awards 2022

A coming-of-age tale as Gaeilge set in early-1980s Ireland, An Cailín Ciúin is a genuine, deeply felt portrait of the bonds that sustain us.

Soda Blonde

Soda Blonde

Tue 14 Jun, 8pm

An intimate live performance from Dublin Choice Music Prize nominated Dublin band Soda Blonde, comprising enigmatic frontwoman Faye O’Rourke, guitarist Adam O’Regan, drummer Dylan Lynch and bassist Donagh Seaver-O’Leary.

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The Dance

The Dance

Fri 17 Jun, 8pm

Live post-film discussion with Michael Keegan-Dolan

The Dance follows the staging of a new international dance and theatre work MÁM from the first day of rehearsal to the opening night performance.

The Third Policeman by Flann O’Brien

The Third Policeman by Flann O’Brien

Sat 18 Jun, 8pm

Phelim Drew narrates O’Brien’s comic masterpiece about an archetypal village police force, a surrealistic vision of eternity, and a tender, brief, unrequited love affair between a man and his bicycle.