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Tarry Flynn

Tarry Flynn

Fri 1 - Sun 3 Apr, 8pm

A love-letter to life in rural Ireland.

Set in 1930s Cavan, Tarry Flynn tells the hilarious story of the farmer, poet and lover-from-afar, and his quest for big fields, young women and the meaning of life. At once heart-breaking & hilarious, don’t miss this joyful production.

Hothouse Flowers

Hothouse Flowers

Wed 6 Apr, 8pm

Something amazing happens when Hothouse Flowers step onto the stage – something that has been shaped by over thirty years of singing and playing all over the world, yet no two shows have ever been the same!

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Fri 8 & Sat 9 Apr, 7.30pm

A Family Opera by Will Todd and Maggie Gottlieb
Opera Collective Ireland presents the enchanting family opera Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. With familiar characters, blues-inspired music and comic texts, this can be enjoyed by audiences young and old and everything in between!

Looking for América

Looking for América

Sun 10 Apr, 8pm

★★★★ The Scotsman

Directed by Janet Moran, this is the real-life story of writer and performer Federico Julián Gonzáles in which he and his family had to flee El Salvador’s Civil War when he was only 5 years old, and led to his fascinating journey to Ireland via Cuba.

monday night cinema
C’mon C’mon

C’mon C’mon

Mon 11 Apr, 3pm & 8pm

★★★★★ The Independent
★★★★ The Irish Times

Starring Joaquin Phoenix, this is a delicate, moving story from writer-director Mike Mills about family dynamics, the connections between us all, and the past and the future.

rescheduled
The Handyman

The Handyman

Sat 16 Apr, 8pm

Seamus O’Rourke explores friendship, relationships and how best to get noticed on your last day. His new play, The Handyman is hilariously funny, yet a poignant poetic look at small-town life in rural Ireland.

monday night cinema
Memoria

Memoria

Mon 18 Apr, 3pm & 8pm

★★★★★ The Guardian
★★★★ The Telegraph

Led by Tilda Swinton, Memoria finds Thai writer-director Apichatpong Weerasethakul branching out into English-language filmmaking without forsaking any of his own lyrical cinematic vocabulary.

The Examination

The Examination

Tue 19 Apr, 8pm

Brokentalkers’ award-winning production exploring mental health and human rights in the prison system. Featuring Brokentalkers’ distinctive blend of biography, socio-political discourse and breath-taking theatricality The Examination draws on historical research and testimony from current and former prisoners.

Des Bishop: Mia Mamma

Des Bishop: Mia Mamma

Thu 21 & Sun 24 Apr, 8pm

Following a sellout success in 2019, one of Ireland’s most successful comedians is back with brand new show Mia Mamma covering all things life and death!

Des Bishop brings his unique stand-up and comic perspective on Irish life back to our stage for one night only.

Sharon Shannon

Sharon Shannon

Fri 22 Apr, 8pm

Sharon Shannon has been a musical icon for over 20 years. Traditional Irish music is her background but she has been fearless in her musical exploration.

Take It To The Limit

Take It To The Limit

Wed 27 Apr, 8pm

Johnny Brady, Simon Casey, Nigel Connell and The Sheerin Family Band come together to pay homage to one of the greatest bands ever, Eagles.

The Celtic Tenors

The Celtic Tenors

Thu 28 Apr, 8pm

The Celtic Tenors celebrate 20 years on the road with a show at Pavilion Theatre including classic scores from opera to beautifully crafted new work by some of today’s greatest arrangers

The Simon & Garfunkel Story

The Simon & Garfunkel Story

Tue 7 & Wed 8 Jun, 8pm

★★★★★ British Theatre Guide

Using huge projection photos and original film footage, this 50th Anniversary Celebration features a full live band performing all the folk duo’s iconic hits.

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.