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Se­bas­tian Faulks’s wartime story of love and sac­ri­fice is the ba­sis of Rachel Wagstaff’s West End adap­ta­tion, in which a danger­ous love af­fair and the car­nage of the Bat­tle of the Somme shat­ter a young man’s for­mer idyll. Gai­ety Theatre May 28-Jun 1 7.30pm 122.50-140 gai­etythe­atre.ie

Bird­song

Break a Leg

Peter Sheri­dan’s ab­sorb­ing new one-man show is about his life in the theatre and the theatre’s role in our lives. Also Tip­per­ary. Bew­ley’s Café Theatre Ends May 25 1.10pm 18112 (light lunch 14) be­w­leyscafe theatre.com Also Tip­per­ary

An En­emy of the Peo­ple

Wayne Jor­dan di­rects Arthur Miller’s adap­ta­tion of Ib­sen’s play, in which a lo­cal whistle­blower is at­tacked when he dis­cov­ers the town’s spring wa­ters are poi­soned. Heap­ing tal­ent on tal­ent, the large cast in­cludes Declan Con­lon, Fiona Bell, Denis Con­way and Barry McGovern. Gate Theatre Pre­views un­til May 27 120 Opens May 28-Jul 13 7.30pm Mon 125 Tues/Wed 128 Thurs/Fri 130 Sat 132 (Stu­dents Mon-Thurs 115 T&C ap­ply; Sat mat 2.30pm 125) gateth­e­atre.ie

Eter­nal Ris­ing of the Sun

Amy Conroy per­forms in her sec­ond

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