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Joxer Daly Esq.

Joxer Daly Esq.

Wed 27 Mar, 8pm

★★★★ Mail on Sunday

A brilliant spin on the character of Joxer Daly from Seán O’Casey’s Juno and the Paycock, this new one-man play stars Pheilim Drew as an ordinary man living in extraordinary times.

Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival

Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival

Thu 28 - Sun 31 Mar

The act of storytelling is an act of profound generosity and in 2019 Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival is thrilled to welcome some truly gifted storytellers as they gather to celebrate the transformative power of words.

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The Legend of Kevin

The Legend of Kevin

Fri 29 Mar, 11am

Schools Event
Venue: Pavilion Theatre

Who doesn’t love ponies? Especially roly-poly ponies who can fly? Come meet Kevin, the four-legged, two-winged hero of The Legend of Kevin.

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Age of Anger

Age of Anger

Fri 29 Mar, 6.30pm

Venue: Pavilion Theatre

How can we explain the origins of the great wave of paranoid hatreds that seem inescapable in our close-knit world―from American shooters and ISIS to Donald Trump, from a rise in vengeful nationalism across the world to racism and misogyny on social media?

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Riot Days with Maria Alyokhina

Riot Days with Maria Alyokhina

Sat 30 Mar, 12.30pm

Venue: Pavilion Theatre

In this unmissable event, Conor O’Clery, former Russian correspondent with The Irish Times, discusses Riot Days with Maria Alyokhina which tells the story of her iconoclastic balaclava-clad performance in a Moscow cathedral after which she and two of her collaborators were arrested and sentenced to two years in a prison in the Urals.

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On the Road

On the Road

Sat 30 Mar, 3pm

Venue: Pavilion Theatre

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been cancelled.
Customers who have booked are being contacted directly.

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Aeneid Book VI

Aeneid Book VI

Sat 30 Mar, 8.30pm

Venue: Pavilion Theatre

Seamus Heaney’s last great project was his translation of Virgil’s Aeneid Book VI, which tells the haunting story of Aeneas’ descent into the Underworld to look for his father.

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Normal People

Normal People

Sun 31 Mar, 2pm

Venue: Pavilion Theatre

Sally Rooney in conversation about her Man Booker Prize shortlisted novel Normal People, an exquisite love story about how one person can change another person’s life and how difficult it can be to talk about how we feel.

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On the Border

On the Border

Sun 31 Mar, 4pm

Venue: Pavilion Theatre

The border between the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland has been a topic of dispute for over a century, first in Dublin, Belfast and Westminster and now, post Brexit referendum, in Brussels.

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Constellations

Constellations

Sun 31 Mar, 8.30pm

Venue: Pavilion Theatre

From one of our best loved and most admired literary journalists and broadcasters, Constellations is Sinéad Gleeson’s first collection of essays. For our closing event in 2019, we celebrate Sinéad’s writing.

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John Sheahan

John Sheahan

Wed 3 & Thu 4 Apr, 8pm

One of Ireland’s most recognisable folk musicians, having played as part of The Dubliners for nearly 50 years, John Sheahan celebrates his 80th Birthday with two very special concerts featuring some very special guests.

Trad

Trad

Fri 5 & Sat 6 Apr, 8pm

★★★★ The Guardian

A hilarious, absurd and poignant tale of a 100-year-old Irishman… and his father! Written by Mark Doherty and directed by award-winning actor Aaron Monaghan.

Raphaela Gromes & Julian Riem

Raphaela Gromes & Julian Riem

Sun 7 Apr, 8pm

Raphaela Gromes is an exceptional young cellist who has quickly garnered a slew of rave reviews for the incredible intimacy of her playing, her musical imagination, and thrilling virtuosity. Add to this her symbiotic duets with partner Julian Riem and you’re set for a truly inspiring evening.

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Capernaum

Capernaum

Mon 8 Apr, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★★ The Telegraph
★★★★★ The Irish Times

A powerful Lebenese drama chronicling the beleaguered life of 12-year-old Zain, who sues his own parents for giving birth to him.

Charlie’s A Clepto

Charlie’s A Clepto

Tue 9 Apr, 8pm

★★★★ Irish Mail on Sunday
★★★★ Irish Times

Everyone has a story to tell…but there’s a time and a place.
Follow Charlie, the queen of self-sabotage as she tries desperately - for once in her life – to keep her mouth shut long enough to make it count.