What's On

                                                                            
MOON AT NIGHT

Every Sunday at 8.00pm
Music ♦ Poetry ♦ Comedy ♦ Open Mic

Tickets: £5.00

                                                                            
Tuesday, 11th August - Sunday, 30th August 2015

Three Irish Classics

RIDERS TO THE SEA by J.M. Synge
Two sisters hide from their mother the news that their fisherman brother is lost at sea.

THE POT OF BROTH by W.B. Yeats
A gullible woman is convinced by a tramp that dropping a magic stone into hot water will make a wonderful soup.

THE TRAVELLING MAN by Lady Gregory
A daughter is left in charge of a country kitchen as a traveller enters and captures her imagination.

Directed by John Dunne
Produced by
Léonie Scott-Matthews

Tickets: £13.00 / Concessions: £10.00
£10.00 tickets available at www.irish-theatre.com

Tuesday to Saturday at 8.00pm

Sunday at 5.00pm
(No shows on Mondays)

PressReview

                                                                            

Tuesday, 1st September - Sunday, 6th September 2015

GREAT IRISH WRITERS
with Neil O’Shea

An intoxicating mix of humour and pathos, satire and astute observation supplied by some of Ireland’s most famous
writers of the past: Jonathan Swift, Oscar Wilde, W.B. Yeats, J.M. Synge, Percy French, James Joyce, Sean O’Casey and more.


“Easy versatility drives this adroitly edited Gaelic Sampler… a testament to O’Shea’s unassuming expertise...” Los Angeles Times

“... a talented performer and storyteller relaying remarkable wordplay from that most imaginative of nations.” Los Angeles Metro


Tickets: £13.00 / Concessions: £10.00
£10.00 tickets available at www.irish-theatre.com

Tuesday to Saturday at 8.00pm

Sunday at 5.00pm



                                                                            

Saturday, 12th September at 5.00pm
& Sunday 13th September 2015 at 5.00pm

In association with London Irish Theatre

FALL OF THE FATHER
written by Asher Breuer-Weil

Directed by John Dunne
Produced by Léonie Scott-Matthews

Two Catholic priests in deadly conflict... a brand new play by a brand new writer.

Tickets: £10.00

                                                                            

Tuesday, 15th September - Sunday, 4th October 2015

LAND OF HEART'S DESIRE
by W.B. Yeats

Directed by John Dunne
Produced by
Léonie Scott-Matthews

The Land of Heart's Desire was first performed in the spring of 1894 in London where it ran for a little over six weeks.
It was the first professional performance of one of Yeats' plays.

A theatrical lament on age and thwarted aspirations. A faery child encounters newlyweds Shawn and Mary Bruin at their home, shared with Shawn's parents, Maurteen and Bridget. The child, who at first is thought of by the Bruins as of gentle birth, denounces God and shocks a visiting Father Hart, expounding on the ephemeral nature of life, in a bid to entice the newly-wed Maire to leave with her to the world of faery.


Tickets: £13.00 / Concessions: £10.00
£10.00 tickets available at www.irish-theatre.com

Tuesday to Saturday at 8.00pm

Sunday at 5.00pm
(No shows on Mondays)


                                                                            

Tuesday, 6th October - Sunday, 11th October 2015

LADY GREGORY: A GALWAY LIFE
by Phil Mason

Directed by John Dunne
Produced by
Léonie Scott-Matthews

Starring Maura Judges as Lady Gregory

Lady Gregory was the driving force behind the Irish Literary Movement at the turn of the 20th century and was a
central figure in the founding of Ireland's Abbey Theatre. She was also a major influence on
W.B. Yeats, J.M. Synge, Sean O'Casey and many of the Irish writers of the day.

Tickets: £13.00 / Concessions: £10.00
£10.00 tickets available at www.irish-theatre.com

Tuesday to Saturday at 8.00pm

Sunday at 5.00pm
(No shows on Mondays)


                                                                            

Tuesday, 20th October - Sunday, 8th November 2015

I CAN'T IMAGINE TOMORROW & SOMETHING UNSPOKEN
by Tennessee Williams

Directed by Séamus Newham
Produced by
Léonie Scott-Matthews

Tickets: £13.00 / Concessions: £10.00

Tuesday to Saturday at 8.00pm

Sunday at 5.00pm
(No shows on Mondays)