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The Gai­ety’s an­nual John B. Keane sea­son be­gins with his com­edy set in a ru­ral pres­bytery in Kerry, where three self­in­ter­ested priests search for a house­keeper. If that sounds mist­ily sim­i­lar to Fr Ted, Frank Kelly ap­pears as the Bishop. Gai­ety Theatre. Pre­views May 27-28 Opens May 29-Jun 21 from 122.50 gai­etythe­

Mrs Roo­sevelt Flies to Lon­don

Play­wright and per­former Ali­son Sk­il­beck plays The First Lady who vis­its Lon­don in 1941 dur­ing World War II. Also Kil­dare. The New Theatre, Tem­ple Bar. Ends May 31 7.30pm 115/112 the­newthe­

A New Day

A re­cently sep­a­rated woman tries to re­vive her ro­man­tic life while her daugh­ter ad­justs to a new in­de­pen­dent life at col­lege. Bew­ley’s Café Theatre. Ends May 31 1pm 18-112 (light lunch 14) be­w­leyscafethe­

A Night in Novem­ber

Padraic McIn­tyre stars in Marie Jones mono­logue about a work­ing-class Protes­tant brought face to face with anti-Catholic sen­ti­ment dur­ing the 1993 World Cup qual­i­fier be­tween the Repub­lic of Ire­land and North­ern Ire­land and his en­su­ing trav­els in sup­port of the op­pos­ing team. Also Sligo. Hawk’s Well Theatre. May 29 8pm 118/115 hawk­


Noelle Brown and Michelle Forbes’s play de­liv­ers a provoca­tive telling of one adopted woman’s search for her birth mother. Also Mayo. Draíocht, Blan­chard­stown. May 29 8.15pm 116/112

Nuala Hayes per­forms in Su­san Knight’s bit­ter-sweet new play of love and loss. Vik­ing Theatre, Clon­tarf. May 26-Jun 7 8pm 112 vikinghteatre­

Us­ing 12,000 litres of wa­ter per per­for­mance, this Bri­tish stage ver­sion of the fa­mously sat­u­rated movie mu­si­cal will fea­ture in the night­mares of ev­ery­body who fears loom­ing wa­ter charges. The show, though, re­cy­cles its own wa­ter sup­ply from a large tank. Also con­tains singing and dancing. Bord Gais En­ergy Theatre. Ends May 31 7.30pm (Wed & Sat mat 2.30pm) 118-160 bor­dgaisen­er­gythe­

A charm­ing and whirling mul­ti­ple-role-play two-han­der about dancing, brav­ery and love - re­turns for a na­tional tour be­gin­ning with these dates as part of the Dublin Dance Fes­ti­val. Pea­cock Theatre. May 26-31 8pm dublin­dance­fes­ti­


A Sim­ple Twist of Fate

Sin­gin’ In The Rain

Till Death We Part

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

Break­ing Dad


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