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Amy Con­roy’s Hot-for-The­atre com­pany brings its award-win­ning story of two shy Alices back on the road for more arch doc­u­men­tary the­atre, cake, good hu­mour and gen­tle pur­pose. Lyric The­atre. Nov 17-21 8pm (Sat mat 3pm) £12-£15 out­

A piece of mu­sic

Call­Back the­atre stage two short come­dies by Claire Dowie. In the first, a child is cer­tain that a grand­fa­ther’s strange dis­ap­pear­ance re­veals su­per­nat­u­ral pow­ers. In the sec­ond, a mother’s hip op­er­a­tion sets off a chain of events that leads her de­voted daugh­ter into an un­likely as­sas­sin. Bew­ley’s Café The­atre @ Pow­er­scourt. Nov 16-28 1pm be­w­leyscafethe­

Su­per Paula present the story of a nineyear-old girl who loves her Aunty Ben, the drag per­sona of her un­cle. For ages 7+. Axis, Bal­ly­mun. Nov 17-18 12pm & 6.30pm ax­is­bal­ly­

Set in small-town Amer­ica, Barry McEvoy’s play finds a young woman try­ing to make a dif­fer­ence among a vi­o­lent com­mu­nity. The­atre

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