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High Heels in Low Places

Panti, Ire­land’s fore­most gen­der dis­com­bob­u­list and ac­ci­den­tal ac­tivist, de­liverd her first standup show, re­count­ing her stilet­toen­hanced steps from ru­ral Mayo to the Tokyo drag scene, from Dublin to New York and be­com­ing a YouTube sen­sa­tion via her im­pas­sioned ad­dress at the Abbey. Cork Opera House Jun 14 125/120 cork­op­er­a­house.ie Also Dublin

The O’Don­nell fam­ily gath­ers to­gether in their an­ces­tral home for a wed­ding, each stew­ing in neu­roses, re­sent­ments and af­fec­tions, in Brian Friel’s Chekho­vian por­trait of the Ir­ish Big House. Patrick Ma­son di­rects a cast in­clud­ing Cathy Bel­ton, Tom Hickey, Philip Judge, Tadhg Mur­phy, Rory Nolan and Re­becca O’Mara in a new pro­duc­tion. Abbey Theatre. Pre­views Jun 18-23 Opens Jun 24-Aug 2 7.30pm 113-145 abbeythe­atre.ie

Aris­to­crats

Michael Col­lier’s play finds two life-long friends on a fish­ing trip to Croa­tia, where one of them hears the click of his foot on a land­mine. As they wait for res­cue they speak of life, love, be­trayal and limbs. Vik­ing Theatre, Clon­tarf Un­til Jun 21 8pm 110 vikingth­e­atre­dublin.com

Click A Dan­ger Man/Some Baf­fling Mon­sters

Pan Pan Theatre pre­sents a dou­ble bill from Dick Walsh, a par­tic­i­pant on the com­pany’s men­tor­ship scheme. The first is a homage to a so­cial mis­fit when his views are taken se­ri­ously; the sec­ond, set among three frac­tious men on a farm, is about anec­dotes in pres­surised

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