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This year’s Dublin Theatre Fes­ti­val runs from Septem­ber 27 to Oc­to­ber 14 and fea­tures a tan­ta­lis­ing se­lec­tion of new work, fresh ver­sions of clas­sic plays and ad­ven­tur­ous in­ter­na­tional pro­duc­tions, cre­ated by renowned artists as well as emerg­ing voices, with shows for chil­dren, young peo­ple and adults. The pro­gramme is led by two timely pro­duc­tions from the US as part of an in­ter­na­tional pro­gramme which in­cludes work from Aus­tralia, Bel­gium, Poland, the Nether­lands and the UK; and a vi­brant Ir­ish pro­gramme fea­tur­ing work by lead­ing theatre mak­ers. For more in­for­ma­tion, see dublinthe­atre­fes­ti­ @DubTheatreFest

The Dublin Theatre Fes­ti­val is giv­ing some lucky read­ers the fol­low­ing prizes:

One pair of tick­ets to the open­ing night of The Mis­fits, a re-imag­in­ing by Annie Ryan (Corn Ex­change) of Arthur Miller’s iconic film, brought to the stage for the first time at Smock Al­ley Theatre on Septem­ber 30.

Two pairs of tick­ets to the open­ing night of Ev­ery­one’s Fine with Vir­ginia Woolf, a new play from Obie-award win­ning El­e­va­tor Re­pair Ser­vice, who took the Fes­ti­val by storm in 2008 with their show, Gatz. O’Reilly Theatre Belvedere on Oc­to­ber 4.

One pair of tick­ets to the open­ing night of Bartók’s Blue­beard’s Cas­tle, di­rected by Enda Walsh for Ir­ish Na­tional Opera, with ac­claimed mezzo-so­prano Paula Mur­rihy re­turn­ing home for a rare Ir­ish per­for­mance, along­side Joshua Bloom at the Gai­ety Theatre on Oc­to­ber 12. For your chance to win a pair of tick­ets to one of these shows, just an­swer the fol­low­ing ques­tion. When does the 2018 Dublin Theatre Fes­ti­val be­gin? Is it: a) Septem­ber 27 b) Oc­to­ber 27 c) Novem­ber 27

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