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Backwards up a Rainbow (Online)

Backwards up a Rainbow (Online)

Mon 27 Sep - Mon 10 Oct

The story of an extraordinary life in theatre told in words and music. Rosaleen Linehan is joined for these very special performances by Conor Linehan - composer, dazzling pianist, and the youngest of her four children. Featuring songs written by Rosaleen and her late husband Fergus as well as a wealth of stories from her life and career to date.

Duck Duck Goose

Duck Duck Goose

Wed 29 Sep - Sun 3 Oct

A viscerally-charged new play by Caitríona Daly about a young man who, in an attempt to help his friend, becomes deeply embroiled in a rape allegation. As the rules change, and confusion reigns supreme, Chris struggles between loyalty, love and doubt.

Uncle Ray

Uncle Ray

Thu 7 Oct - Sat 9 Oct, 8pm

The wonders of reality, imagination and family lore collide in this enchanting new dance duet Uncle Ray, by David Bolger

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Uncle Ray (Online)

Uncle Ray (Online)

Fri 15 - Sun 17 Oct, 8pm

Online Event: On Demand

The wonders of reality, imagination and family lore collide in this enchanting new dance duet Uncle Ray, by David Bolger.

Quake

Quake

Sun 17 Oct, 3pm

A funny, strange and touching exploration of what it is to be human, QUAKE is a work-in-progress showing of a new play from writer Janet Moran.

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Beauty Queen of Leenane

Beauty Queen of Leenane

Tue 19 - Sat 23 Oct, 8pm

Four Rivers presents The Beauty Queen of Leenane, a blackly comic modern Irish classic from renowned playwright and Golden Globe-winning filmmaker Martin McDonagh (In Bruges, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri).

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Arán & Im by Manchán Magan

Arán & Im by Manchán Magan

Sun 31 Oct, 2pm & 4.30pm

We need to find a way of talking about the Irish language - about the sublime beauty and profound oddness of this ancient tongue that has been spoken on the island for 2,500 to 3,000 years, and is now slipping slowly from our grasp.