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Ed­die Naughton’s new play for Fast In­tent is based on the life of Zelda Fitzger­ald, the high-liv­ing au­thor and artist who helped de­fine the Jazz Age. Theatre Up­stairs, Lani­gan’s Bar Ends Jun 14 Fri-Sat 1pm/7pm 110/18 the­atre­up­


Mephisto Theatre’s pro­duc­tion of David Har­rower’s un­set­tling thriller re­turns, in which a woman and her abuser are re­united af­ter 15 years. Áras Éanna Arts Cen­tre, inis Oírr Jun 14 8.30pm 110/15


The Bach­e­lor of Kilk­ish

Bri­tish phys­i­cal per­for­mance group NoFit State Cir­cus bring their prom­e­nade show of or­di­nary people with ex­tra­or­di­nary skills to a spe­cially con­structed big­top in­side the old Dell Fac­tory in Lim­er­ick. With trapeze, tight wire and aerial ac­ro­bat­ics over­head. As part of Lim­er­ick City of Cul­ture. Cul­ture Fac­tory, Castleroy Jun 14-22 7.30pm (Sat/ Sun 8pm, Mat 3pm) 122.50 lim­er­ick­ci­ty­ofcul­


Bláth/The Flower

The Dublin­ers Dilemma

See Louth. Jun 13 10am/noon, Jun 14 10am 18/15 roscom­monarts­cen­

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

Di­rec­tor Marc Mac Lochlainn adapts John Light’s chil­dren’s book about a boy in a grey world who dis­cov­ers a mag­i­cal book that changes his life 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. Droic­head Arts Cen­tre, Drogheda Jun 18-19 7pm 10am/ 11.45am 18/15 droic­headarts cen­ Also Meath

De­clan Gor­man per­forms his one-man show in­spired by Joyce’s collection of sto­ries, be­gin­ning with Grant Richards, the Lon­don pub­lisher who re­fused to pub­lish it in 1906, who now re­turns to the man­u­script some years later as its sto­ries come teem­ing to life be­fore him. As part of Sol­stice Fes­ti­val. Sol­stice Arts Cen­tre. Jun 19 2.30pm 116/112 sol­stice arts­cen­ Also Wick­low

Bláth/The Flower An Evening of Mu­sic and the Po­etry of WB Yeats

Blue Rain­coat’s Niall Henry and San­dra O’Mal­ley read a se­lec­tion of po­etry and prose by WB Yeats, ac­com­pa­nied by mu­sic and im­agery and staged . Part of the Yeats Day cel­e­bra­tions. Hawk’s Well Theatre Jun 13 7.30pm 15 hawk­

The Dublin­ers Dilemma

See Meath. Mermaid Arts Cen­tre, Bray Jun 18 8pm 116/114 mer­maid­arts­cen­

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