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de­voted to Ir­ish folk­lore. Rose Gar­den Theatre, TCD Ends Jun 7 7pm

This Dublin Fringe Fes­ti­val hit is a charm­ing and whirling mul­ti­ple-role-play two-han­der about dancing, brav­ery and love, per­formed by Janet Mo­ran and Steve Blount. Bew­ley’s Café Theatre Un­til Jun 21 1pm be­w­leyscafethe­


The Tai­lor of In­ver­ness

See Ar­magh. Pavil­ion Theatre, Dún Laoghaire. Jun 12 pavil­ion

Téip Dheire­anach Krapp

Mac­dara Ó Fátharta, who plays Ros na Rún’s vil­lain­ous bar­man, makes his Beck­et­tian de­but in Gabriel Rosen­stock’s Ir­ish-lan­guage trans­la­tion of Krapp’s Last Tape for Mouth on Fire. The New Theatre Pre­views Jun 9 Opens Jun10-14 7.30pm 115/112 the­newthe­



Ed­die Naughton’s new play for Fast In­tent is based on the life and work of Zelda Fitzger­ald, the high-liv­ing au­thor and artist who helped de­fine the Jazz Age. Sharon Coade plays Zelda, alone in the psy­chi­atric hospi­tal where her life trag­i­cally ended, re­call­ing the highs and lows of life in the com­pany of Dorothy Parker, Ernest Hem­ming­way, Cole Porter and her hus­band F Scott. Theatre Up­stairs, Lani­gan’s Bar Un­til Jun 14 Tues-Sat 1pm, Thurs-Sat 7pm 110/18 the­atre­up­


The Bach­e­lor of Kilk­ish

The Se­cret of Q

Jack and the Beanstalk

Lyngo Theatre pre­sents the fairy­tale as a one-man show, per­formed by chil­dren’s theatre specialist Patrick Lynch, told with im­agery and sur­prises. Sol­stice Arts Cen­tre. Jun 6 11.30am & 3.30pm 19/17 sol­sticearts­cen­ Also Wick­low.

See Dublin. Li­nen­hall Arts Cen­tre, Castle­bar. Jun 12 7.30pm 18 the­li­nen­hall. com

Iso­bel Ma­hon and Rose Hen­der­son per­form Ger Gal­lagher’s com­edy about love, life and di­et­ing. Mill Theatre, Dun­drum Jun 14 1pm 112/110 millthe­

See Meath. Mermaid Arts Cen­tre, Bray Jun 7 3pm 110/16 mermaid arts­cen­

Mephisto Theatre’s pro­duc­tion of David Har­rower’s un­set­tling thriller re­turns, in which a woman and her abuser are re­united af­ter 15 years. Town Hall Theatre. Jun 5 8pm 115

Bot­tom Dog Theatre pre­mieres a new play by Myles Breen, di­rected by Liam O’Brien, about a small­town bar­ber in the sea­side re­sort of Kilk­ish. Brendan Con­roy plays the bach­e­lor who must con­front his long-held se­crets when a young man ar­rives one sum­mer and threat­ens to change his life for­ever. As part of Lim­er­ick City of Cul­ture. Lime Tree Theatre. Jun 11-13 8pm lime­treethe­

Jack and the Beanstalk

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