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Grace Kiely, wearing a long red dress, hugging Bryan Burroughs who wears a green fleece and tan chinos. Both look jubilant. Theatre, Family, Dublin Theatre Festival


Fri 27 - Sun 29 Sep | Dublin Theatre Festival

by Jody O’Neill

A new play for young people and families, Grace tells the story of a girl who has a relationship with her father where no words are needed. All performances are relaxed, captioned performances.

David Peace in round glasses and a blue shirt, next to a large image of the front cover of his book Munichs, which features a man in a suit playing football with three young boys in a side street. Literary, Talks

David Peace

Wed 16 Oct, 8pm

The acclaimed, award-winning author of The Damned Utd and Red or Dead discusses his extraordinary new Manchester United novel with writer Declan Hughes.

A photo of the five members of The Fureys, each holding their respective instrument (banjo, accordion, two with acoustic guitar, and bass guitar), smiling and leaning on one another, in what appears to be a music venue or theatre. Music

The Fureys

Fri 18 Oct, 8pm

One of Ireland’s all-time most acclaimed and influential MOR, folk and traditional bands, classics such as The Red Rose Café, The Green Fields of France, and When You Were Sweet Sixteen have become the soundtrack to the lives of fans all over the world.

sold out
Ruby Wax in a bright red jacket, holding a piece of paper with a toothy grin on it in front of her own mouth.
Comedy, Literary, Talks

Ruby Wax

Sat 19 Oct, 8pm

I’m Not as Well as I Thought I Was

The writer-actor-comedian’s rawest, darkest, funniest and most compelling stage show yet comes to Dún Laoghaire as part of her first tour in four years.

Marilyn Mazur leaning forward on a table, with a large bowl of water. Her hand is creating ripples in the water. Music

Marilyn Mazur

Tue 22 Oct, 8pm

Music Network

Come and experience this sensational and celebrated percussionist, composer, bandleader and world music pioneer, with three other exceptional musicians, who has shared the stage with Miles Davis, among others.

Brenan and Declan Murphy holding acoustic guitars and looking down pensively, in what appears to be a rural landscape at sunset Music

The 4 of Us

Fri 25 Oct, 8pm

Brothers Brendan & Declan Murphy will perform the highlights of their award-winning career, including Mary, Washington Down and She Hits Me, along with new material from their upcoming album Crescent Nights.

An image showing a large band performing on stage. Music

Route 66 Big Band

Sat 26 Oct, 8pm

25th Anniversary Tour

Route 66, a 16-piece big band, take audiences on a magical musical tour from the 40s right up to date with numbers made famous by Count Basie, Frank Sinatra, Tom Jones, Adele, Joe Dolan and many more.

John Spillane in a wine coloured shirt and black jacket, looking directly to camera. Music

John Spillane

Sun 27 Oct, 8pm

Musician, songwriter, performer, recording artist, storyteller, poet and dreamer John Spillane plays a headline show at Pavilion Theatre.

A simple portrait photo of Dr David Coleman smiling. Talks

Dr David Coleman

Tue 29 Oct, 8pm

Helping Children & Teenagers Cope with Anxiety

Practical advice from the clinical psychologist, broadcaster and author for how to help children deal with the stresses and pressures in their lives.

A montage of serial killer mugshots in black-and-white. Clockwise from the top left: Myra Hindley, Ian Brady, Jeffrey Dahmer, John Wayne Gacy, Fred West, Rose West, Peter Sutcliffe, Dennis Nilsen and Ted Bundy. Talks

Psychology of Serial Killers

Thu 31 Oct, 8pm

Explore one of true crime’s most troubling topics with ex-forensics lecturer Jennifer Rees. This acclaimed, sell-out show will provide even the most dedicated true crime fan new insights to the phenomenon of serial homicide.

A dancer making a cross with his hands, backlit by the sun, with a view of the Palestinian countryside in the background. Theatre, Dance

Floating on a Dead Sea

Sat 2 Nov, 8pm

Catherine Young Dance

With a cast of international dancers and stunning visuals, this moving performance places us in the footsteps of ordinary Palestinians, allowing us to feel their enduring sense of injustice, urgency and need for action.

Lisa Lambe sits on a chair with her hair hanging in front of her face, reading a book with a red cover, in a room with red wallpaper, and a red velvet curtain hanging to her left. There is a table with an ornate candlestick to her right. Music

Lisa Lambe

Sun 3 Nov, 8pm


Based on her work with the National Folklore Collection and her recent M.A in Irish Folklore, the internationally acclaimed Irish folk singer and actor’s new show is a celebration and a reimagining of those nights of sharing the old songs and stories.

Van Gogh's Starry Night over the Rhône Cinema, Event Cinema

Van Gogh: Poets & Lovers

Wed 6 Nov, 8pm

Exhibition on Screen

The National Gallery, London is hosting the UK’s biggest ever Van Gogh exhibition, to re-examine and better understand this iconic artist. This new film from the director of Vermeer: The Greatest Exhibition explores the collection and the artist’s process.

Taylor swift in a blue dress, singing into a microphone with her left arm outstretched. A stadium crowd with red lights aloft is out of focus behind her. Music

Invisible String: The Taylor Swift Project

Thu 7 & Fri 8 Nov, 8pm

Féile IMRAM & Pavilion Theatre

The aural landscapes of Swift’s folklore and evermore albums (plus greatest hits) will be recreated live by Róisín Seoighe x IMLÉ, with the lyrics translated into beautiful Irish by Gabriel Rosenstock.

Sihouette of a six-piece classical ensemble, with film reels above and below containing poster images for Hans Zimmer-composed films like The Lion King, The Dark Knight and Kung Fu Panda. Music

The Hans Zimmer Experience

Sat 9 Nov, 8pm

Experience the magic of cinema brought to life through a mesmerizing concert featuring the iconic movie music of Hans Zimmer – the Oscar-winning composer of Dune, Interstellar, The Lion King, Gladiator, The Dark Knight and many, many more.