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Weigh­ing-In

Iso­bel Ma­hon and Rose Hen­der­son per­form Ger Gal­lagher’s com­edy about love, life and di­et­ing Civic Theatre, Tal­laght. May 20-31 8.15pm 112 civicthe­atre.ie

Af­ter Sarah Miles

Don Wy­cher­ley per­forms Michael Hil­liard Mulc­ahy’s one-man play as a fish­er­man, Bobeen, still haunted by what he dis­cov­ered in the har­bour 30 years ago, but drawn back to the tides. Also Water­ford. Mick Lally Theatre. May 19-23 8pm 115/112 druid.ie

Noelle Brown and Michelle Forbes’s play de­liv­ers a provoca­tive telling of one adopted woman’s search for her birth mother. Conor Han­ratty di­rects. Also Sligo. Áras Éanna Arts Cen­tre, Inis Oirr. May 17 8.30pm 110/15 araseanna.ie

Postscript

Mrs Roo­sevelt Flies to Lon­don

See Dublin. River­bank Arts Cen­tre, New­bridge. May 16 8pm 115/112 river­bank.ie

Bláth/The Flower

Di­rec­tor Marc Mac Lochlainn adapts John Light’s book about a young boy in a grey world who dis­cov­ers a mag­i­cal book that changes his life for­ever. 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. Also Mayo. Lime Tree Theatre. Ends May 17 10am & 12pm (Wed ex­tra show 7pm) 18 lime­treethe­atre.ie

The Shaughraun

Bouci­cault’s melo­drama about an es­caped man, wrongly ac­cused of Fe­nian crimes, as­sisted in his ef­forts to evade dan­gers and win back his fiancee by Conn the Shaughraun. Fri­ars­gate, Kil­mal­lock. May 22 8pm fri­ars­gate.ie

Bláth/The Flower

See Lim­er­ick. Li­nen­hall Arts Cen­tre, Bal­lina. May 19 7.30pm 125/18 the­li­nen­hall.com

Small Plas­tic Wars

Un­em­ploy­ment has fi­nally given Joe the time to en­joy his hobby of modelling, but his wife, his kids, the bank, his neme­sis Her­mann and An­gela Merkel have other ideas. New Garage Theatre. May 22 8pm garageth­e­atre.com

Noelle Brown and Michelle Forbes’s play de­liv­ers a provoca­tive telling of one adopted woman’s search for her birth mother. Also Sligo. Hawk­swell Theatre. May 22 8pm 115/112 hawk­swell.com

Postscript

Af­ter Sarah Miles

See Galway. Garter Lane Theatre. May 16-17 8pm 115/112 garter­lane.ie

The Un­re­mark­able Death of Mar­i­lyn Mon­roe

Alone and sui­ci­dal, Mar­i­lyn Mon­roe un­rav­els her life and mem­o­ries from her bed­room in El­ton Townsend Jones’s mono­logue, per­formed by Lizzie Wort. Mermaid Arts Cen­tre, Bray. May 20 8pm 116/114 mer­maid­arts­cen­tre.ie

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