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Jack & The Beanstalk

The­atre Company re-tell Lyn­gothis firm The­atre, favourite, Dun­drumThe Mill Sun 11am & noon 110/18 - 01-2969340

Tiny Re­play The­atre Company’s new show for ba­bies (max­i­mum one adult per baby up to 12 months), Pavil­ion The­atre, Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire, Sat 10am, 11am, noon and 2pm 110 01-2312929 Dublin The­atre Fes­ti­val: The Cu­ri­ous Scrap­book of

Josephine Bean Shona Reppe the­atre company per­form this show about the se­crets within a scrap­book, The Ark, Eus­tace St, Tem­ple Bar Fri 10.15am & 12.15pm, Sat/Sun 2pm & 4pm 112 01-6707788 ark.ie Na­tional Gallery Fam­ily

Pro­gramme Chil­dren can cre­ate a 3D fortress at this week’s fam­ily art ses­sion, Na­tional Gallery, Clare St, Sat 3pm adm free 01-6615133


Spun Beyond The Bark Pup­pet The­atre Company present this gen­tle new show for 2-6 year olds, 69 O’Con­nell St (for­merly Belltable Arts Cen­tre), Lim­er­ick Tues 7pm, Wed/ Thurs 10am & noon 18 061) 774774 lime­treethe­atre.ie



The Elves and the

Shoe­maker Fid­get Feet’s im­mer­sive sto­ry­telling (above) com­bines mu­sic and aerial dance to let au­di­ences help Her­man, Daisy and the Elves make the best pair of shoes pos­si­ble. Ages 4-8. Black Box The­atre. Oct 13-15 Mon and Wed 9.30am, 12pm, Tues 9.30am & 3pm 19 (Fam­ily 130) Mr Fo­ley, The Ra­dio

Op­er­a­tor The­atre Lovett stages a new piece by Frances Kay in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the company, in which Louis Lovett plays Jack Fo­ley, a one-time cir­cus con­tender now alone and twid­dling the di­als of his ra­dio and con­jur­ing up char­ac­ters from the past. Muire­ann Ahearn di­rects. An Taib­hd­hearc. Oct 13-15 Mon & Weds 10am, 12pm; Tues 10am, 7pm 19 (Fam­ily 130)

Sto­ries of a Yel­low Town The Gombeens en­twine true per­sonal sto­ries of the Brazil­ian and Ir­ish peo­ple liv­ing in Gort, in­ter­spersed with song, to present a poignant, rous­ing and hu­mor­ous por­trayal of two cul­tures liv­ing side by side. Ages 10+. Nun’s Is­land The­atre. Oct 13-15 Mon 11am, 7pm; Tues & Wed 10am & 12pm 19 (Fam­ily 130)

The Odyssey Ex­pe­ri­ence Odysseus’s jour­ney be­comes the sub­ject of an in­no­va­tive and par­tic­i­pa­tory style of the­atri­cal sto­ry­telling. Town Hall

The­atre. Oct 16-19 Thurs & Fri 9.30am & 12pm; Sat & Sun 12.30pm, 4.30pm 19 (Fam­ily


Fly­ing Cow A fun and imag­i­na­tive dance ex­pe­ri­ence for young au­di­ences, fus­ing a tale with play­ful ban­ter and wild imag­i­na­tion. Town Hall The­atre. Oct 16-19 Thurs & Fri 9.45am, 12pm Sat 11am, 3pm Sun 12pm 19 (Fam­ily

130) The Cu­ri­ous Scrap­book of

Josephine Bean See Dublin The­atre Fes­ti­val list­ings. For ages 7+. An Taib­hd­hearc. Oct 16-19 Thurs & Fri 9.45am, 12pm Sat & Sun 2.30pm, 6pm

19 (Fam­ily 130)

Sweet Hands, Spicy Feet Kid­ding En­sem­ble’s per­form­ers cre­ate a world of pup­pets, per­cus­sion and song to tell sto­ries of the Caribbean Is­lands. Ages 0-3. Town Hall Stu­dio. Oct 16-18 10am, 12.30pm, 2pm 19 (Fam­ily 130)

The Way Back Home Ire­land’s Bra­nar Téatar do Pháistí and Den­mark’s Teater Re­flek­sion col­lab­o­rate on a pup­pet and mu­sic en­riched ver­sion of the Oliver Jef­fers story of a boy who flies into outer space and makes an emer­gency land­ing on the moon. For ages 3-8. Black Box The­atre. Oct 16-19 11am, 3pm

19 Fam­ily 130 Baboro On Tour: The

Mu­si­cal Menagerie Your Man’s Pup­pets present a mu­si­cal pup­pet show about two zookeep­ers (aged 7+), The Mall The­atre, Tuam Thurs 10am & noon

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