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  1. Sophie, Ben and Other Problems

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Presented by Binge Theatre: Binge Theatre is a new theatre company set up in 2017 with the sole aim to examine the meaning of the world around us in the 21st century. Read more

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  2. What I (Don't) Know About Autism

    Dublin City, Dublin

    This new play by Jody O'Neill is a sometimes comic, sometimes heartbreaking journey into the world of autism, performed by autistic and non-autistic actors. Read more

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  3. The Boy

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The world premiere of Marina Carr’s powerful new cycle of plays is presented as an epic theatrical event to be experienced over one day. Read more

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  4. A Taste of Honey

    Dublin City, Dublin

    A new production of Shelagh Delaney's ground-breaking debut play A Taste of Honey on this summer at Ireland's National Theatre. Read more

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  5. The Fall of the Second Republic

    Dublin City, Dublin

    In a time of political turmoil, an ambitious young journalistic plots to bring down a corrupt politician, and ends up toppling more than a government. Read more

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  6. Faith Healer

    Dublin City, Dublin

    40 years since directing the Irish premiere of Faith Healer, Joe Dowling returns with a new production of Brian Friel's masterpiece. Read more

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  7. Good Vibrations

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Good Vibrations tells the story of Terri Hooley, a radical, rebel and music-lover in Belfast in the 1970s . Read more

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  8. Hansel and Gretel

    Dublin City, Dublin

    One of the greatest operas about children, Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel is sweet and beguiling, combining childlike simplicity with heart-aching beauty. Read more

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  9. Mad Forest

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Mad Forest is a three act play by English playwright Caryl Churchill which takes us on a journey shortly before, during and after the Romanian Revolution of 1989. Read more

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  10. Catch of the Day

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Ireland, 1966. Joe Welch, a skipper, sails into Dingle Bay with a very unusual catch… what follows is a ridiculous series of events, involving Eamon De Valera, Queen Elizabeth and whole lot of nuns. Read more

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