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Theatre in Dublin this Week – 17-10-17

Theatre in Dublin this Week – 17-10-17

The Dublin Theatre Festival is now sadly over for another year. What did you make of it all? I thought it was a good one, with Endings and Fruits of Labor on last weekend leaving a good taste in the mouth.

As you would expect, this is a fairly sleepy week with a lot of the theatres at half speed. There are a couple of new productions with La Marie Vison at Smock Alley and Poe Show at Bewleys.

Image above from La Marie Vison at Smock Alley


Theatre – This Week – From 17-10-17

AbbeyUlysses – 3 – 28 October 2017
Josephine K and the Algorithms – 11 – 21 October 2017

Bord Gais Energy TheatreMiss Saigon – 4 Oct 2017 – 18 Nov 2017

Gaiety TheatreHer Stars Will Shine, a tribute to the legendary Billie Barry – 17 October 2017 – 21 October 2017

Smock Alley La Marie Vison – 16 – 21 Oct

Project Arts Centre Sleeps

Theatre UpstairsSleeps

New Theatre –  On Stage with John Delaney Showcase – Oct 19th
Dublin Workers Film Festival 2017 – Oct 20th – Oct 21st

Bewleys Cafe Theatre – POE SHOW: A celebration of the work of Edgar Allan Poe – Oct 16 – Nov 04, 2017

Viking Theatre – Owen O’Neill Red Noise Show – Oct 19 – 21

The Gate Tribes – until 11th Nov

Samuel Beckett TheatreThe Woman is Present – 25 – 26 October 2017

Theatre – Next Week – From 24-10-17

AbbeyUlysses – 3 – 28 October 2017

Bord Gais Energy TheatreMiss Saigon – 4 Oct 2017 – 18 Nov 2017

Gaiety Theatre – Ross O’ Carroll Kelly Postcards From The Ledge – 25 October 2017 – 11 November 2017

Smock Alley – Whitby – Bram Stoker Festival – 25 – 30 Oct
Writers at Smock Alley – Alan Hollinghurst – 26 Oct

Project Arts Centre Sleeps

New Theatre – Bat the Father, Rabbit the Son – Oct 30th – Nov 11th

Bewleys Cafe Theatre – POE SHOW: A celebration of the work of Edgar Allan Poe – Oct 16 – Nov 04, 2017

Viking Theatre – The Good Father – Oct 23 – Nov11

The Gate Tribes – until 11th Nov

Samuel Beckett TheatreThe Woman is Present – 25 – 26 October 2017

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