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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.

Mid-shot of broadcaster Ronan Collins, smiling widely and wearing a black suit and black shirt with the top two buttons undone. Music

Ronan Collins

Thu 21 Nov, 8pm

Showband Hits & Stories

With his knowledge of the showbands, stars and songs of that golden era, Ronan will sing the hits and tell the stories from an amazing time in Irish life.

Mary Murray in profile, her face drawn and sombre, wearing all black, with a stylised streak of flame and ash burning through her hair, ear and cheek. Theatre

OUTRAGE by Deirdre Kinahan

Tue 26 & Wed 27 Nov

Fishamble: The New Play Company

Told through the prism of two sisters, OUTRAGE is a play by that explores the true nature of women’s role in the Irish revolutionary wars and in particular the effect of Civil War on women’s mind, body and soul.

A stylised photo of Ed Byrne, wearing glasses in a sharp suit, with what appeared to be a smashed pane of glass overlayed. Comedy

Ed Byrne

Thu 28 Nov, 8pm

Tragedy Plus Time

Come and join the Live at the Apollo host and QI and Mock the Week regular as he tests Mark Twain’s formula by mining the most tragic event in his life for laughs.

Waist-up short of Seán Rocks with his arms folded, looking very handsome. Literary, Talks

RTÉ Arena Live

Fri 29 Nov, 7pm

Short Story Competition Awards Special

Join Arena host Seán Rocks and the RTÉ Short Story Competition judges for insights into the art of the short story, live music and performances from this year’s shortlist, and the announcement of the top prizes.

Family

The Speks

Sun 1 Dec, 2pm & 4.30pm

The Speks present a lively show of nursery rhymes and sing-along songs set to acoustic Irish music which will have adults and kids jumping in their seats!

ABBA Forever performing for a packed audience in white outfits, with a projector screen behind them. Music

ABBA Forever

Tue 3 & Wed 4 Dec, 8pm

ABBA Forever returns to Pavilion Theatre for another Christmas night out! Featuring all Benny, Björn, Agnetha and Anni-Frid’s iconic hits including Mamma Mia, Dancing Queen, Fernando and many more.

A light box with the words STORY SLAM on the top line, and on the bottom line SIGN UP! with heart emojis either side. Talks, Dublin Story Slam

Dublin Story Slam

Wed 11 Dec, 8pm

An open mic competitive storytelling night hosted monthly by comedians Sharon Mannion and Colm O’Regan which is all about celebrating the everyday experiences that come to shape who we are, as well as those extraordinary moments that have defined us.

A photograph of a member of Dublin Gospel Choir, she is wearing a white suit and singing energetically into the microphone. The rest of the choir stands behind her. Music

Dublin Gospel Choir

Thu 12 Dec, 8pm

Dublin Gospel Christmas is a show that will have you on your feet and in the perfect pre-Christmas mood! Their performances radiate positivity and joy, spreading love and unity through their music.

Members of Altan stand in front of Errigail mountains Donegal Music

Altan

Fri 13 Dec, 8pm

One of Ireland’s most iconic traditional Irish music groups, led by vocalist and fiddler Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh. In this intimate concert, the band will perform material from their new album.

Phil Coulter sits at his piano smiling looking out into the distance. He is wearing a suit and appears to be in a rehearsal room. Music

Phil Coulter

Sun 15 Dec

The legendary musician, composer and producer, who has spent sixty years at the top of his game, returns with a brand new show packed full of music, songs, and new stories that have been distilled into two hours of vintage gold.

Image of a champagne glass Music, Opera

Strauss’ Fledermaus

Sat 22 & Sun 23 Feb, 7.30pm

Irish National Opera

Strauss’ most popular opera, best-known for its upbeat musicality, Viennese lilt and “The Blue Danube” waltz. The story has hilarious twists and turns, with disguises, double crossings and rivers of champagne.