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Theatre/Comedy

image-with-gun-handsFrom the Company who brought us                     FRED & ALICE –                                                                 Get ready for 2 shows in one night

ARSEHAMMERS & BONFIRE NIGHT by Claire Dowie    CallBack theatre 

Date: Friday 10th March   Time: 8:30pm  Admission: €14/€12 conc

ARSEHAMMERS  - “Having Arsehammers is magic. Sometimes you don’t have them and then, all of a sudden, bang, you have them again”. An endearing tale of a child who is sure that their grandfather’s strange disappearances reveal supernatural powers. ‘Slyly funny yet innately touching’ – The Herald Scotland

BONFIRE NIGHT  - ”If you hear a loud bang on bonfire night do you think it’s a firework….or a gun going off?” A darkly comic gem about a devoted daughter, whose mother’s hip operation, sets off a chain of events that lead her to become the world’s most unlikely assassin. ‘rockets sky-high with witty malevolence’ – The Herald Scotland

 4 stars The Herald Scotland

“THOROUGHLY COMPELLING” Irish Theatre Magazine

“TOP CLASS COMEDY” Munster Express

 Starring Cora Fenton “Exceptional performance” – The Irish Mail on Sunday. ‘Amazing’ – RTE’s The View.

 Directed by John Sheehy 5 Stars The Herald, writer & director of the critically acclaimed Fred & Alice, The Hole and Set in Stone.

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PJ_Gallagher_Dickhead_A3 copy1PJ Gallagher - Dickhead: A Brief History Of the Irish Willy

Date: Easter Saturday 15 April   Time: 8:30pm  Admission: €20/€18 conc

Hot on the heels of his 2016 success with Irish Box Office smash ‘The Young Offenders’, PJ Gallagher returns to the stand-up stage.

Best known for his television show ‘Naked Camera’, his various characters in the programme included an emotionally unstable taxi driver, renowned ladies man Jake Stevens and the Dirty Auld One. He also presents P. J. & McCabe In The Morning on Classic Hits 4FM.

 

Theatre: THE OLIVE TREE

Written and performed by Katie O’Kelly

Directed by Davey Kelleher 

Date :  Saturday 20 May   Time: 8:30pm  Admission: €14/€12

The Olive TreeA rainy day in Dublin. A jaded supermarket employee rips a boycott sticker off a bottle of olive oil. And the Palestinian olive tree of history comes to life before her… A magic realist journey into the stories and struggles of Palestine, past, present and future.

Nominated by Stage UK for Best Solo Performer, Edinburgh Fringe 2012.

“Remarkably funny…lyrical and intelligent language makes the political personal” – The Reviews Hub