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A Real Christ­mas Cracker Rodgers re­turns for more sea­sonal char­ac­ter-based com­edy and mu­sic, with singing re­lief from The Voice of Ire­land con­tender Kevin Kee­ley. Red Cow Mo­ran Ho­tel Un­til Jan 1 169.50/149.50 (incl din­ner) red­cow­moran­ho­tel.com 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@the sheds, Clon­tarf Ends Dec 8 8pm 110 vikingth­e­atre­dublin.com San­ta­land Di­aries An­drew Mur­ray plays the dour and un­em­ployed man who takes a job as a de­part­ment store elf and gives an acer­bic be­hind-thescenes tour of man­u­fac­tured Christ­mas cheer. Vik­ing The­atre @thesheds, Clon­tarf Dec 10-22 8pm 110 vikingth­e­atre­dublin.com Ten­der Na­palm Aaron Hef­fer­nan and Erica Mur­ray per­form in Phillip Ri­d­ley’s play about a man and a woman, in a place­less and time­less set­ting, us­ing and abus­ing each other’s mem­o­ries in a des­per­ate at­tempt to re­live the night they first met. From Spirit of the Fringe Award­win­ning Su­gar­glass The­atre. Project Arts Cen­tre Ends Dec 8 8pm (Dec 8 mat 3pm) 110-115 pro­jec­tarts­cen­tre.ie Trom­luí Phinoc­chio/Pinoc­chio – A Night­mare Re­vived from its suc­cess­ful out­ing at the Dublin Fringe Fes­ti­val, Moon­fish’s fam­ily-friendly the­atre takes a fairy­tale look at a teenage boy,

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