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  1. Strolling Through Ulysses!

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Strolling Through Ulysses! tells the fun-filled story of the day around which James Joyce’s Ulysses is based, and guides you through the curious events and quirky characters of the iconic novel in a humorous,... Read more

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  2. The Great Gatsby

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Jay Gatsby is throwing another glittering party at the Gate Theatre this winter and you’re invited. Read more

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  3. The Snapper

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Roddy Doyle’s The Snapper, from his Barrytown Trilogy, is getting a new lease of life at the Gate Theatre as it is adapted for the stage. Read more

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  4. The Band

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Featuring the music of Take That, this brand new theatre production is a coming of age story that follows five 16 year old friends. Read more

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  5. Jimmy's Hall

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Jimmy’s Hall is a feel-good tale about a Leitrim man who was deported from his own country and sent into exile in the United States. Read more

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  6. FRNKNSTN

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Writer Michael West and director Muireann Ahern have teamed up to produce and entirely new and original take on Mary Shelley’s gothic horror, Frankenstein. Read more

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  7. A Skull in Connemara

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Catch award-winning writer/director Martin McDonagh's latest production this summer on the Olympia Theatre stage. Read more

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  8. The Patient Gloria

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Irish writer, director, and performer Gina Moxley has written this new work, The Patient Gloria, based on the 1965 films Three Approaches to Psychotherapy, which have the alternate informal title of The... Read more

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  9. Rathmines Road

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Rathmines Road sees Fishamble and Deirdre Kinahan team up again with a fiery new work. Read more

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  10. Double Cross

    Dublin City, Dublin

    At the height of World War II, from which Ireland of course remained neutral, the two biggest voices of propaganda in Europe for both the Allied and the Axis powers were both Irish – albeit of aristocratic... Read more

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