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Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

Sun 10 Feb, 2pm

More than 30 years after the gentlefolk of the Hundred Acre Wood were last paid a visit on the big screen, Disney returns to see what they’ve been getting up to. Winnie the Pooh’s still craving “hunny”.

sold out
Jason Byrne

Jason Byrne

Sun 10 Feb, 8pm

Extra date added due to demand: Fri 3 May

A brand new show from “the outright king of live comedy” (The Times)

The star of Ireland’s Got Talent, Jason Byrne is one the most exciting live comedy performers in the world.

extra date added
David O’Doherty

David O’Doherty

Sun 17 & Tue 19 Feb

Extra date added due to demand: Fri 7 Jun

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

Unhook your mindbras. David O’Doherty is back with a brand-new show made up of talking and songs played on a crappy keyboard from 1986.

monday night cinema
The Wild Pear Tree

The Wild Pear Tree

Mon 18 Feb, 4pm & 8pm

★★★★★ The Guardian

Returning home from college to his Turkish village, aspiring writer Sinan discovers that his father has a gambling addiction that has brought the family to the brink of financial ruin.

Inspiring Bach

Inspiring Bach

Wed 20 Feb, 8pm

Irish violinist Claire Duff is joined for the very first time by the dazzling young French harpsichordist Benjamin Alard, diving deep into Bach’s powerful musical meditations on suffering, loss – and redemption.

Before

Before

Thu 21 & Fri 22 Feb, 8pm

★★★★ The Irish Times
★★★★ The Sunday Times

Before is a new play by Pat Kinevane (Forgotten, Silent, Underneath) with much music, set in Clery’s of Dublin, on the very day this iconic department store shuts - for good.

selling fast
Declan O’Rourke

Declan O’Rourke

Sat 23 Feb, 8pm

O’Rourke does not stand still and continues to forge his unique brand of original songs, drawing on influences rich and diverse. This artist delivers stories and music with epic performances that keep his audiences coming back year after year for more.

The Man in Black

The Man in Black

Sun 24 Feb, 8pm

Direct from the USA, the No. 1 Johnny Cash Tribute returns to Ireland!

Featuring Terry Lee Goffee and his brilliant band playing Cash’s best-known songs.

monday night cinema
Just to be Sure

Just to be Sure

Mon 25 Feb, 5pm

★★★★★ Le Parisien
★★★★ The Sydney Morning Herald

A tender, humane French drama about a no-nonsense everyman who goes through a series of family crises which turn his world upside down.

monday night cinema
The Merger

The Merger

Mon 25 Feb, 8pm

★★★★ FILMINK

A lighthearted Australian comedy about a small-town football team that must recruit local refugees in order to stay viable, taking the community on a journey of change.

selling fast
Orfeo ed Euridice

Orfeo ed Euridice

Wed 27 & Thu 28 Feb, 7.30pm

★★★★ The Irish Times

This major new production of Gluck’s revolutionary work Orfeo ed Euridice is based on one of the most famous stories in history and features a powerful mix of music, song, dance and imagery.

Rock ‘n’ Roll Years & Dance Hall Days

Rock ‘n’ Roll Years & Dance Hall Days

Fri 1 Mar, 8pm

Rock ‘n’ Roll Years and Dance Hall Days is a brilliant night of music featuring George Jones, Clubsound and four wonderful singers.
The show will transport you back to the nostalgic days and incredible artists of ‘50s and ‘60s.

special screening
The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid

The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid

Sat 2 Mar, 4pm

Thomas is a 55 year old Irish farmer who lives and works the farm of his ancestors. Threadbare clothes, self-cut hair and tough, weathered hands reveal a life of land and toil. What begins as a story of one man’s struggle to hold on to his way of life and land, transforms into a universal exploration of a battle between principle and power.

cinema
Anthony & Cleopatra (Encore Screening)

Anthony & Cleopatra (Encore Screening)

Sat 2 Mar, 7.30pm

★★★★★ Financial Times
★★★★★ The Times
★★★★★ Observer
★★★★★ WhatsOnStage

Broadcast from the National Theatre, Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo play Shakespeare’s famous fated couple in his great tragedy of politics, passion and power.