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The­atre list­ings: Peter Craw­ley

BELFAST

For­get Turkey! (We’re Go­ing to Phuket this Christ­mas) A new Christ­mas com­edy for grownups set in an A&E with an el­derly man on a trol­ley. For­get Turkey! takes an er­ratic and arch look back on a tu­mul­tuous 2012. Lyric The­atre Un­til Jan 13 var­i­ous times £10-£18 lyricthe­atre.co.uk

DUBLIN

The Big House Set in the 1920s, where you, the lo­cals, are in­vited to Up­ton Abbey to wit­ness things get­ting to­tally out of hand, this alt.pan­tomime is ann in­nu­end­ofilled yarn. Na­tional Lep­rechaun Mu­seum Fri & Sat un­til Jan 26 8pm 115 lep­rechaun­mu­seum.ie The Dead See panel. Abbey Un­til Jan 19 7.30pm (Sat mat 2pm) 113-140 abbeythe­atre.ie Jezebel Rough Magic stages the world pre­miere of a new com­edy by play­wright, screen­writer, film-maker and web hu­mourist Mark Can­tan. A go-get­ting cou­ple who want to spice up their sex life in­tro­duce a fret­ting sin­gle­ton to the party. Project Arts Cen­tre Ends Dec 22 8.15pm 112-116 pro­jec­tarts­cen­tre.ie NCH Ea­monn Mul­hall (tenor), Colm Byrne (trum­pet), Car­low Choral So­ci­ety, RTÉCO/John Pryce-Jones. Howard Goodall: The Lord is my Shep­herd; Schu­bert: Ave Maria; Bach: Sheep may safely graze; Adam: O Holy Night; Han­del: Mes­siah (exc); Clarke: Trum­pet Suite; Haydn: Trum­pet Con­certo (exc); Adams: The Holy City; Jon Rutter: The Twelve Days of Christ­mas; plus Carols for all. 3.15pm 127.50-149.50 Cu­ri­ous Tales for Christ­mas Ste­wart Roche adapts three su­per­nat­u­ral tales for his Pur­pleHeart The­atre pro­duc­tion, chan­nelling Vic­to­rian ghost story tra­di­tion. The­atre­Up­stairs@ Lani­gan’s Bar Ends Dec 22 1pm 110 (incl light lunch) 085-7727375 The Daz­zling Cabaret Rev­o­lu­tion Chanteuse Rose Lawless launches her new al­bum with a rein­ter­pre­ta­tion of cabaret, ac­com­pa­nied by Julie Cruick­shank and her band and swad­dled in vin­tage style. New The­atre Ends Dec 22 7.30pm 115/112 the­newthe­atre.com Lords of Strut: Sell Out Tour Brothers Fa­mous Sea­mus and Sean-tas­tic, ac­ro­bats, comedi- Power (tenor), John Molloy (bass), Ir­ish Phil­har­monic Choir, Ir­ish Phil­har­monic Orches­tra/David Bro­phy. Han­del: Mes­siah. See panel. 3pm/8pm 128.50-136.50 St Pa­trick’s Cathe­dral St Pa­trick's Cathe­dral Choir. A Fes­ti­val of Nine Lessons and Carols. 3.15pm Adm free

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