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Roscom­mon Arts Cen­tre Nobuko Imai (vi­ola), RTÉ Van­brugh String Quar­tet. See Sun, Cork. 8pm 090-6625824

Hawk’s Well The­atre, Sligo The suitor in Philip Ri­d­ley’s play ad­dresses the ob­ject of his af­fec­tions and fan­ta­sises about push­ing a bul­let be­tween her lips. “Gen­tly,” he as­sures her. “I wouldn’t break a sin­gle tooth.” She, in turn, is cap­ti­vated by his eyes and speaks softly of pry­ing them out with a spoon. Their woo­ing is both pun­gent and po­etic, but you wouldn’t ex­actly con­fuse it with Shake­speare. Let’s hope they never com­pare each other to a sum­mer’s day. They are more leery and in­tem­per­ate.

New the­atre com­pany Su­gar­glass fol­lows up its sublime Dublin Fringe show All 8pm (Sat mat 2pm) dublinthe­atre­fes­ti­ Delta Phase Ra­doslaw Pac­zocha’s play, trans­lated from Pol­ish for Pol­ish The­atre Ire­land, tells a tragi­comic story of three boys in search of drug­fu­elled syn­ergy who trig­ger a se­ries of tragic con­se­quences. TheatreUp­stairs@Lani­gan’s Bar. Ends Nov 24 1pm & 7pm theatreup­ The Pic­ture of Do­rian Gray Spe­cially com­mis­sioned adaptation of Os­car Wilde’s drama. Abbey The­atre Ends Nov 24 7.30pm (Sat mat 2pm)

dublinthe­atre­fes­ti­ House and Gar­den Sandy­ford Lit­tle The­atre per­forms Alan Ay­ck­bourne’s 1999 work, a dip­tych of plays in which a mar­riage falls apart at home while ro­mances flare all around and a fete in the gar­den hosts sim­i­lar oc­cur­rences. Mill The­atre, Dun­drum Ends Nov 24 8pm millthe­ The House That Jack Filled The­atre Lovett’s new play from Tas­ma­nian chil­dren’s writer Fine­gan Kruck­e­meyer, per­formed by the inim­itable Louis Lovett. When Jack McNally’s ho­tel loses its vis­i­tors, the pro­pri­etor must him­self be­come a ho­tel’s worth of cu­ri­ous and unique guests. Draíocht Arts Cen­tre, Blan­chard­stown Nov 23 11.30am Nov 24 2pm & 4pm Also Tip­per­ary A Mother Sweny’s per­forms a new adaptation of one of James Joyce’s sto­ries from Dublin­ers, with all pro­ceeds go­ing to Sweny’s Phar­macy. James Joyce Cul­tural Cen­tre Nov 23 8pm Tick­ets from My Cousin Rachel Joseph O’Con­nor’s adaptation of Daphne du Mau­rier’s mys­tery­ro­mance novel re­turns as the Gate’s Christ­mas of­fer­ing. New cast mem­ber Marty Rea plays the young Philip, who falls in love with his mys­te­ri­ous cousin (Han­nah Yel­land) and tries to smother sus­pi­cions that she doesn’t have his best in­ter­ests at heart. Toby Frow di­rects. Gate The­atre Un­til Jan 1 7.30pm

(students Mon-Thurs 01-8744045 gateth­e­ Hell Lay Be­neath with di­rec­tor Marc Atkin­son’s stag­ing of a typ­i­cally warped Ri­d­ley fairy­tale. As a film-maker and the­atre maker, the East End Lon­don writer has writ­ten for both adults and chil­dren, serv­ing up di­a­logue for char­ac­ters as dis­parate as the Kray broth­ers and Poppy Pick­le­sticks.

Ri­d­ley tends to com­bine the sweet and sour in un­usual ways. Here he con­structs a re­la­tion­ship whose fan­tasies – in­volv­ing a desert is­land, var­i­ous po­lit­i­cal up­heavals and mu­ti­la­tions – al­lude to more patho­log­i­cal and univer­sal re­al­i­ties. As the Ed­ward Al­bee-style fun and games fold back, deeper trau­mas flicker, but so does some­thing more car­ing. Even the black­est hearts keep the beat. Qui­etly Cel­e­brated North­ern Ir­ish writer Owen Mc­Caf­ferty makes his Abbey de­but with this world pre­miere, di­rected by Jimmy Fay. Two Belfast men with a shared and trau­matic past meet for the first time, un­able to move for­ward un­til they come to terms with what has gone be­fore. Patrick O’Kane, De­clan Con­lon and Robert Zawadzki per­form. Peacock The­atre Un­til Dec 15 8pm abbeythe­ Re­union Ronan Wilmot’s adaptation of Fred Uhlman’s novel fea­tures Daniel Reardon as the man who left Ger­many as a teenager when Nazism was on the rise and re­turns to con­trib­ute to a memo­rial for his fallen class­mates. Vik­ing The­atre@ thesheds, Clon­tarf Nov 26-Dec 8 8pm vikingth­e­atre­dublin. com The Poor Mouth Phys­i­cal the­atre com­pany Blue Rain­coat bring Jo­ce­lyn Clarke’s Flann O’Brien/Myles na gCopaleen adaptation to Dublin, where one res­i­dent of the be­nighted Corkador­agha, Bó­napárt Ó Cú­nasa, lands in prison on a false murder charge and be­gins a mem­oir of our times. Project Arts Cen­tre Ends Nov 24 3pm

pro­jec­tarts­cen­ The Tai­lor and An­sty Dublin The­atre Com­pany stages PJ O’Con­nor’s 1968 stage adaptation of Eric Cross’s once-banned 1940s novel about an Ir­ish sto­ry­teller and his wife, with Ronan Wilmot & Anne Bro­gan. Vik­ing The­atre@thesheds, Clon­tarf Ends Nov 24 8pm vikingth­e­atre­ Ten­der Na­palm See panel. Project Arts Cen­tre Nov 27Dec 8 8pm (Dec 8 mat 3pm)

01-8819613 pro­jec­tarts­cen­ The Yel­low Wall­pa­per Then This The­atre re­vives its well­re­ceived 2011 Fringe pro­duc­tion, in which Maeve Fitzger­ald plays a young woman, con­fined to an at­tic room, who be­comes in­creas­ingly ob­sessed with the pat­terns of her wall­pa­per and what may be lurk­ing be­neath it. Aoife Spil­lane-Hinks di­rects. Project Arts Cen­tre Ends Nov 24 8.15pm (Sat mat 3.15pm)

pro­jec­tarts­cen­ The Jug­gler A woman bent on sui­cide holds an el­derly man hostage in his own home, where a voyeur joins them to film the act. But how long can the jug­gler keep all these balls in the air? Suzanne Har­bi­son and Siob­hán O’Gor­man di­rect Bernard Field’s new play. Town Hall The­atre Nov 26-Dec 1 8.30pm 091-569777 Hero­ines in Our Midst The EWM presents mono­logues track­ing the lives and loves of north Kerry women. St Johns The­atre & Arts Cen­tre, Lis­towel Nov 24 8pm stjohn­sthe­atrelis­ John B – Af­ter Ten Lar­tigue The­atre and the Lis­towel Folk Group stage a miscellany of the early works of John B Keane, as­sem­bled by Danny Han­non, to mark the 10th an­niver­sary of the great Kerry writer’s pass­ing. Si­amsa Tíre, Tralee Nov 27-28 8pm Lords of Strut: The Sell Out Tour See Belfast. Si­amsa TÍre, Tralee Ends Nov 25 8pm 066-7123055 The Wart A Duagh-based the­atre com­pany fol­low its re­cent The Pim­ple with a com­edy based on the seven deadly sins and set in a ther­apy room. St Johns The­atre & Arts Cen­tre, Lis­towel Nov 23/25 8pm stjohn­sthe­atrelis­ The Far Side Up­state The­atre Project’s Shared Her­itage Pro­gramme con­cludes with a video project di­rected by Fei­dlim Can­non. The Far Side de­liv­ers real and some­times sur­real rep­re­sen­ta­tions of the sto­ries, mem­o­ries and rem­i­nis­cences col­lected from Drogheda res­i­dents over the past two years. Droic­head Arts Cen­tre, Drogheda Nov 29 8pm 041-9833946 droic­ Ride On See Done­gal. Droic­head Arts Cen­tre, Drogheda Nov 23-24 8.30pm droic­ The Beauty Queen of Leenane Out of the Blue presents Martin Mc­Don­agh’s early drama of a mother and her ma­ture daugh­ter trapped in a suf­fo­cat­ing re­la­tion­ship. Solstice Arts Cen­tre, Na­van Ends Nov 24 8pm

sol­sticearts­cen­ Dis­cord Short play by Sinead Flynn and Ais­ling Mee­han finds two sis­ters clear­ing out their late fa­ther’s home . What should be an evening of sort­ing items be­comes a pitched bat­tled for truth. Tara na Rí, Gar­low Cross Nov 29 8pm 087-0694414 Romeo and Juliet Icarus The­atre Col­lec­tive presents a new pro­duc­tion of Shake­speare’s tale. Hawk’s Well The­atre. Nov 23 10am & 2pm

hawk­ The House That Jack Filled See Dublin. Source Arts Cen­tre, Thurles Nov 29 10am & 7pm Nov 30 10am (fam­ily ticket



TEN­DER NA­PALM Project Arts Cen­tre, Dublin Nov 27-Dec 8 8pm (Dec 8 mat 3pm) ¤10-¤15 01-8819613 pro­jec­tarts­cen­

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