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WHAT PUT THE BLOOD

WHAT PUT THE BLOOD by Frances Poet Two brides and one dead groom. Blood-soaked and ferocious, neither woman will betray who murdered him. A bold reworking of Jean Racine’s Andromaque, this is an epic tale of savage courtship that questions the animal nature of human…

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WHITBY

WHITBY

Bram Stoker Festival presents the world premiere of this much-anticipated new show by internationally renowned dance artist Colin Dunne and theatre maker Joan Sheehy. A haunting, theatrical experience exploring the chilling, tension filled voyage of the Demeter as it brings Dracula from Romania to the…

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DANCING AT LUGHNASA

DANCING AT LUGHNASA

A rich and deeply moving account of the lives of the five Mundy sisters and their ailing older brother are brought to life through the eyes of Michael, son of the youngest sister, Christina. Set in rural Ireland in 1936, the play takes an affectionate…

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY JACOB

HAPPY BIRTHDAY JACOB

Back by popular demand! HAPPY BIRTHDAY JACOB is the story of two brothers, Jacob and Lucas, who, after being abandoned at a young age, have been forced to develop a life which consists of secrecy and strict routine. The story exists between the father leaving…

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ONCE 2017

ONCE 2017

★★★★ ‘gorgeous… a masterclass… exquisite’   The Herald ★★★★ ‘hysterically funny… truly uplifting’   Irish Daily Mail WINNER 8 TONY Awards including BEST MUSICAL GRAMMY AWARD Best Musical Theatre Album OSCAR Best Original Song, Falling Slowly Due to phenomenal demand, the record-breaking stage show Once returns to the Olympia Theatre,…

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