KERRY MAYO OF­FALY SLIGO TIP­PER­ARY WATER­FORD WEX­FORD WICK­LOW

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The Shaughraun

See Clare. St Johns Theatre Lis­towel. May 29 8pm stjohn­sthe­atrelis­towel.ie

See Dublin. Li­nen­hall Arts Cen­tre, Bal­lina. May 27 8pm 116/114 the­li­nen­hall.com

Postscript

A Night in Novem­ber

Also Sligo. Sol­stice Arts Cen­tre, Na­van. May 24 8pm 116/114 sol­sticearts­cen­tre.ie

Small Plas­tic Wars

A stand-out pro­duc­tion from last year’s Show in a Bag at the Dublin Fringe Fes­ti­val gets a wel­come re­vival. 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. Also Tip­per­ary and Wex­ford. Birr Arts Cen­tre. May 29 8pm bir­rthe­atre.com

A Night in Novem­ber

See Mayo. Hawk’s Well Theatre. May 29 8pm 118/115 hawk­swell.com

Small Plas­tic Wars

See Of­faly. Si­mon Ryan Theatre. May 23 8pm tip­per­ary-ex­cel.com

The In­vader

The pre­miere of a new Ir­ish opera based on The Bac­chae, com­posed by Eric Sweeney with li­bretto by Mark Roper. Ben Barnes di­rects the Theatre Royal Water­ford pro­duc­tion with a cast of 11 singers and a 10-piece orches­tra. Theatre Royal. May 22-24 8pm 145/137.50 the­atreroyal.ie

Small Plas­tic Wars

See Of­faly. Wex­ford Arts Cen­tre. May 24 8pm wex­for­darts­cen­tre.ie

Af­ter Sarah Miles

(above).

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