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Theatre Up­stairs, writ­ten by Jeda de Brí and Finbarr Doyle, in which a woman run­ning for elec­tion to the Dáil must deal with com­pli­ca­tions in her per­sonal life as she pre­pares for a crit­i­cal na­tional in­ter­view. Theatre Up­stairs, Lani­gan’s Bar. Ends Jun 28 1pm (Tues-Sat) 7pm (Thurs-Sat) the­atre­up­stairs.ie

The Very Best of Broad­way

The Mill Theatre’s fundraiser culls the hits of Broad­way for a re­vue fea­tur­ing Garry Moun­taine and singers from var­i­ous mu­si­cal so­ci­eties. Mill Theatre, Dun­drum. Ends Jun 28 8pm 118/115 millthe­atre.ie

My Bril­liant Di­vorce

Tara Flynn per­forms Geral­dine Aron’s well­trav­elled comic mono­logue about an Ir­ish-Amer­i­can woman putting her life back to­gether af­ter her mar­riage falls apart. Town Hall Theatre. Jun 24-25 8pm 118/115 tht.ie

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Bláth/The Flower

Bub­ble Revo­lu­tion

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See Dublin. Droic­head Arts Cen­tre. Jun 26 8.30pm 115/113 droic­head.com

The “Or­phans” of Poland’s 1989 trans­for­ma­tion are a gen­er­a­tion of 30year-olds who traded a “safe” child­hood un­der com­mu­nism for the mad­ness of the brave new cap­i­tal­is­tic world. Ka­sia Lech per­forms the mono­logue for Pol­ish Theatre Ire­land. Per­formed in Pol­ish. Hawk’s Well Theatre. Jun 20 8pm 112/110 hawk­swell.com

A Mid­sum­mer Night’s Dream

Bray Lak­ers present an adap­ta­tion of Shake­speare’s com­edy, fea­tur­ing mu­sic, dance and slap­stick com­edy. Mermaid Arts Cen­tre, Bray. Jun 26 7.30pm Jun 27 12.45pm & 7.30pm 115/110

See Dublin. Mermaid Arts Cen­tre, Bray. Jun 20-21 8pm 116/114 mer­maid­arts­cen­tre.ie

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The cel­e­brated 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. Au­di­ences fol­low trapeze, tight wire and aerial ac­ro­bat­ics over­head. The Cul­ture Fac­tory, Castleroy. Ends Jun 22 7.30pm (Sat and Sun 8pm, Mat 3pm) 122.50 lim­er­ick­ci­ty­ofcul­ture.ie

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Di­rec­tor Marc Mac Lochlainn adapts John Light’s book about a young boy in a grey world who dis­cov­ers a mag­i­cal book that changes his life for­ever. A non- ver­bal show us­ing pup­petry, paper and mu­sic by Colm Mac Con Io­maire – tours na­tion­wide. Sol­stice Arts Cen­tre. Jun 21 2.30pm/4.30pm sol­sticearts­cen­tre.ie

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