THEATRE: Bat The Father Rabbit The Son

Thersa Davidson

It’s Dublin in the 1980s. Rabbit is a self-made haulage magnate. But something’s wrong. He cuts a deal with his underling Keogh to help him find his lost moorings. The quest is hampered by his dead father Bat, Citizen Army volunteer and pawn shop assistant, bubbling up. The struggle between father and son, past and present, imagination and reality, spans …

THEATRE: Holy Mary

Thersa Davidson

Holy Mary by Eoin Colfer is the story of two nine year old girls on the days leading up to the social occasion of the year: Their First Holy Communion. Mary and Majella have been mortal enemies since baby infants, and things have gotten even worse since Mary’s daddy moved in with Majella’s mammy. Both girls are searching for a …

THEATRE: Jane Eyre

Thersa Davidson

Do you think, because I am poor, obscure, plain, and little, I am soulless and heartless? You think wrong! I have as much soul as you and full as much heart! The young, orphaned Jane meets with cruelty at the hands of her aunt and then at the school to which she is banished. She eventually finds her freedom and …

THEATRE: Frank Pig Says Hello

Thersa Davidson

Desperately funny and yet deeply tragic, FRANK PIG SAYS HELLO is one of the great classics of modern Irish theatre. It tells the story of Francie Brady growing up in a small Irish town in the 1960s and his descent towards a brutal act that shocks his community. Described as “one of the saddest and funniest tales I have seen” …

THEATRE: Hero

Thersa Davidson

Hero by Ken Rogan is an original work about a man’s struggles with love. Life quickly grows more complicated for Smithy (Daithí Mac Suibhne) after a chance encounter with Marissa. This is one man’s hilarious, down to earth odyssey through love, ankle injuries and what happens when you don’t know how to lose. “It’s a love story from the male …

THEATRE: What Good is Looking Well When You’re Rotten On The Inside?

Thersa Davidson

One month before his death, retired civil servant and man of few words Paddy O’Grady had a sudden urge to talk. Using a portable cassette tape recorder, he recorded 15 hours of stories about leprechauns, aliens and lonely pharmacists; absurdist political satire; musings on life, love and death. Paddy’s granddaughter, Emma O’Grady, later discovered he had written plays, poems and …

Special Theatre Offer – Try 3 for €30

To celebrate all the great theatre in our Autumn programme, we are introducing a special ticketing offer to let you see as many shows as possible. Choose ANY THREE of following six fabulous theatre shows and get three tickets for just €30 (or bring a friend and get six tickets and three nights out for €60!). What Good is Looking …