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Theatre Group take on Conor McPher­son’s mod­ern fa­ble of al­co­holism, re­demp­tion and a game of cards with the devil. Mill Theatre, Dun­drum. May 13-17 8pm 115/112 millthe­

Till Death We Part

Twelfth Night

Wayne Jordan di­rects a new pro­duc­tion of Shake­speare’s com­edy of ship­wrecks, trans­for­ma­tions, revelry and love. With Sophie Robin­son, Barry John O’Con­nor, Ruth McGill, Nick Dun­ning and Mark O’Hal­lo­ran as tor­mented Malvo­lio. Abbey Theatre. Ends May 24 7.30pm (Sat mat 2pm) 113-140 abbeythe­

Small Plas­tic Wars

Small Plas­tic Wars

Af­ter Sarah Miles

See Cork. 69 O’Con­nell St. May 14 8pm 115/112 lime­treethe­


Amy De Bhrún per­forms in her new onewoman show as an evening of din­ner theatre, di­rected by He­lena Browne, in which she plays a mix of char­ac­ters con­fronted with their own mor­tal­ity. May­field, Terenure. Ev­ery Tues­day un­til May 27 8.30pm 125 (in­cludes din­ner)

See Cork. River­bank Arts Cen­tre, New­bridge. May 15 1pm river­

See Cork. Du­na­maise Arts Cen­tre, Port­laois. May 9 2pm du­na­

Bláth/The Flower

Di­rec­tor Marc Mac Lochlainn adapts John Light’s chil­dren’s book about a young boy in a grey world who dis­cov­ers a mag­i­cal book that changes his life for­ever and fills it with flow­ers. A non-ver­bal show us­ing pup­petry, paper and mu­sic by Colm Mac Con Io­maire, it is part of Lim­er­ick City of Cul­ture and tours na­tion­wide. Lime Tree Theatre. May 14-17 10am & 12pm (Wed ex­tra show 7pm) 18 lime­treethe­

Two old friends are dig­ging a grave for a re­cently de­ceased lo­cal char­ac­ter when his spirit comes to them in Sea­mus O’Rourke’s play – who di­rects and per­forms – about rit­ual, mas­culin­ity and se­crets taken to the grave. Hawk’s Well Theatre. May 14 8pm 116/114

Mrs Roo­sevelt Flies to Lon­don


Af­ter Sarah Miles

Noelle Brown and Michelle Forbes’s play de­liv­ers a provoca­tive telling of one adopted woman’s search for her birth mother. Conor Han­ratty di­rects. Mermaid Arts Cen­tre, Bray. May 14-15 8pm 116/114

See Cork. Wex­ford Arts Cen­tre. May 15 8pm 115/112 wex­for­darts­cen­

The Sec­ond Com­ing

Mikel Murfi di­rects a new piece for aerial com­pany Fid­get Feet and the Hawk’s Well in­spired by the work of WB Yeats, splic­ing to­gether tra­di­tional Ir­ish mu­sic and aerial dance. Hawk’s Well Theatre. Ends May 10 8pm 120/118 See Dublin. Theatre Royal. May 9 8pm the­

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