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Funny man Ross Noble brings his madcap brand of comedy to the Olympia Theatre on 15th October with his tour Brain Dump.
A fantastic opportunity to experience the superb Bolshoi Ballet recorded live in Moscow, marvel at the iconic company’s performance of Swan Lake from the comfort of the Lighthouse Cinema on 5th February...
Dublin is a city brimming with good humour, so where better to experience the wit that Ireland is famed for than at one of the city’s premier comedy nights - The Comedy Crunch - every Sunday, Monday and...
Get in touch with literary Dublin and explore exactly what it was about James Joyce’s Ulysses that has made it, and our little city, world-famous. Join Robert Gogan on this 70-minute whistle-stop tour...
Allow yourself the luxury of an evening with loads of laughs at the historic Olympia Theatre as hilarious Bill Bailey takes to the stage to start the final run of his acclaimed tour Limboland.
With the late Pope John Paul on the long list of notable audience members, The Fureys have a plethora of stirring songs which have moved crowds to laughter and tears.
It has been seen live by millions in hundreds of venues around the world, viewed by billions via global television broadcast and has sold millions of copies of the Grammy-Award winning album. Now, Riverdance...
Based on lauded writer Frank O'Connor's short stories and following a successful run in 2015, this hilarious play takes to the Pavilion Theatre's stage this September.
This multi-award winning musical features all the magical songs from the original film including the Oscar-winning Falling Slowly. Now, it’s coming home to Dublin.
Another chance to experience this captivating theatrical event as the UK’s National Theatre Live brings A View from the Bridge back to the screen of the Lighthouse Cinema on September 13th.
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