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The next Dublin Theatre Festival will take place from September 26 - October 13 2019. Dublin Theatre Festival is principally funded by the Arts Council.
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Dublin Theatre Fest 15h
We need volunteers! If you’re passionate about the arts and want to get involved in a busy and exciting festival then this could be the role for you! Apply by 6 Sept at
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Dublin Theatre Fest 20h
From and How to Win Against History is a frothy glossy costume drama about the 5th Marquis of Anglesey who burned brightly, briefly and transvestitely at the end of the 19th Century. 25-27 Sept. Tickets
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The Lir Academy Aug 23
New article on the Bachelor in Stage Management & Technical Theatre here: "This year,The Lir Academy boasts a 100% employment rate among 2019 graduates who have secured work with , & among others"
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Irish Designers Aug 23
After an incredible experience where we represented Irish with the Design&Destroy exhibition, we're delighted to bring it to Ireland as part of 2019 28 Sept | 5 & 12 Oct 11.30am-7pm
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HowToWinAgainstHistory Aug 23
Dublin, let me introduce you to Henry Cyril Paget, the 5th Marquess of Anglesey and an all round legend! At the Sept 25th - 27th
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Dublin Theatre Fest Aug 23
Some gorgeous photos from the performances of Your Words in my Mouth at earlier this month! This conversation about love will take place in venues all around Dublin from a football stadium to a Freemason's Hall. 1-4 Oct. Tickets
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Dublin Theatre Fest Aug 23
In case you missed it! The cast has been announced for the live redubbing of Pier Paolo Pasolini's controversial 1975 film Saló or the 120 Days of Sodom from Dylan Tighe and . From 26 Sept - 5 Oct. Tickets available at
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Fishamble: The New Play Company Aug 20
What if there was no Irish border? Join us at by & Oisín Kearney to find out! Touring to & from 18 Sep - 13 Oct as part of .
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The Civic Aug 22
1 - 5 Oct at The Civic. An eagerly awaited new play from Billy Roche as part of
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Dublin Theatre Fest Aug 22
Fresh off a sold out run at Redemption Falls comes at . This bleak and beautiful story adapted by is told through the folk music of Ireland & America. Have a listen! 9-12 Oct,
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Dublin Theatre Fest Aug 22
We were so delighted to spend the day with on Tuesday for the first read through of The Playboy of the Western World!
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RTE Arena Aug 21
Our first guests tonight are Garry Hynes and Nancy Harris, to chat about the new Druid production "The Beacon"
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HowToWinAgainstHistory Aug 21
Dublin we're coming for you! Tell one tell all, Sept 25th - 27th as part of the , supported by
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Druid Theatre Aug 21
Tune in to this evening to hear Garry Hynes and Nancy Harris chat about the world premiere of The Beacon. 20 - 28 September 2 - 26 October Tickets on sale now at
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Abbey Theatre Aug 21
Tickets are going fast for , a co-production with Dylan Tighe on the Peacock Stage from 26 Sept - 5 Oct as part of . Book tickets here ➡️
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Bernadette Fallon Aug 21
Just got programme for ⁦⁩ - exciting, some great shows. Looking forward to heading over to for it in September
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Dublin Theatre Fest Aug 21
We are absolutely delighted to be working with to present an expanded Theatre for Children selection at this year's festival. For tickets and more information about these shows for all ages, visit
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Pavilion Theatre Aug 20
Following sell-out runs at + London's Us/Them comes to our stage this October as part of A thrilling piece of theatre using dynamic story-telling and breathtaking choreography. More info:
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Dublin Theatre Fest Aug 20
So much new work at this year's festival! A Love Like That, the latest play by Billy Roche is set in a provincial library on the cusp of its transfer to new premises. From at from 1-5 Oct. Tickets at
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Dublin Theatre Fest Aug 20
Any excuse for a trip to Dingle but going for the rehearsals of MÁM has to be one of the best! Thank you to Teaċ Daṁsa for letting us stop by last week for a peek behind the scenes! MÁM premieres at on 27 Sept as part of Tickets
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