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Theatre in 2020 – Preview

Theatre in 2020 – Preview

Think of it, the year is 2020, a distant future where we all have flying cars and carry laser guns. Sadly, it never happened, but we do have fairly fancy phones?

So, what can we expect in the world of theatre next year? There are a few gems waiting for us, so explore the list below. If you’re searching for a Christmas present for the theatre lover in your life, you may look no further…

Abbey

The Fall of the Second Republic – 24 February – 14 March 2020 – By Michael West in collaboration with Annie Ryan

Faith Healer – 30 March – 16 May 2020 – By Brian Friel

The Boy – 17 September – 7 November 2020 – by Marina Carr

Running Time: – Part 1 – approx 2 hrs – Part 2 – approx 3 hrs 30 mins

 

Bord Gais Energy Theatre

Priscilla Queen of the Desert – 3 Feb 2020 – 8 Feb 2020

The Cherry Orchard – 8 Apr 2020 – 11 Apr 2020 – In a version by Tom Murphy – Directed by Garry Hynes

Heathers: The Musical – 20 Oct 2020 – 24 Oct 2020

Gaiety Theatre

The Lieutenant of Inishmore – 27th Jan. – 14th Mar.

The Mai – 24th Mar. – 28th Mar.

 

Project Arts Centre

Flights by John O’Donovan = 21 Jan 2020 — 8 Feb 2020

A Holy Show – 23 Jan 2020 — 25 Jan 2020

Gate Theatre

Medea – From Thursday, January 30, 2020.
by Kate Mulvany & Anne-Louise Sarks (Irish Premiere), directed by Oonagh Murphy

Our New Girl From Thursday, February 27, 2020
by Nancy Harris (Irish Premiere), directed by Annabelle Comyn

The Little Foxes – From Thursday, March 26, 2020
by Lillian Hellman (Irish Premiere), directed by Blanche McIntyre

The Shadow of a Gunman – From Thursday, May 14, 2020
by Seán O’Casey, directed by Louise Lowe

 

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