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Every Tuesday until May 27 8.30pm 125 (includes dinner) 01-4926830
Tuesdays With Morrie
Terry Byrne and Andrew Murray perform in this stage adaptation of Mitch Albom’s bestselling memoir of life lessons learned from his former college professor battling with Lou Gehrig’s disease. Breda Cashe directs. Mill Theatre, Dundrum. Apr 23-24 8pm 115/112 milltheatre.ie
The Royal National Theatre’s phenomenal show, first seen in 2007, finally reaches Dublin. Based on Michael Morpurgo’s novel, Nick Stafford’s adaptation follows the young Albert, separated from his horse, Joey, who serves for both sides during World War I, and utilises the ground-breaking puppetry of South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company to bring the animals to life. Bord Gais Energy Theatre. Ends Apr 26 7.30pm (Wed and Sat mat 2.30pm) 120-160 bordgaisenergytheatre.ie
See axis: Ballymun. Mick Lally Theatre, Galway. Ends Apr 19 8pm 115/112 druid.ie
Pondling Shur I’ll Be Alright Here on Me Own
Fregoli premieres a collection of three new monologues by Maria Tivnan, featuring a woman who talks to the walls, a girl who must face the sea and a young man who collects footprints. Town Hall Theatre. Apr 22-23 8pm 110/18 tht.ie. Also Limerick.
Thy Will Be Done
On a visit home from the US to see the father he has never met, Martin forms an unexpected relationship with his uncle Jack and the home help, Bridie, in Michael Carey’s play. St Johns Theatre, Listowel. Apr 22-26 8pm 115/112 stjohnstheatrelistowel.ie
Donal O’Kelly tours his solo play about Frank Sheehy-Skeffington, the pacifist, feminist and socialist shot dead following The Rising. In his lifetime he was often dismissed as a crank: “A crank is a small instrument that makes revolutions,” he retorted. Athy Community Arts Centre. Apr 24 8pm 112/110 087-2761156. Also Leitrim.
See Kildare. Glens Centre, Manorhamilton. Apr 23 8.30pm 116/112 071-9855833
Blackguarded: Our Vagina Dialogues
Inspired by Eve Ensler’s pop feminist The Vagina Monologues, Limerick Women Warriors perform a new interpretation that shines a light on various women’s issues, with proceeds going to the Mid-West Rape Crisis Centre. Lime Tree Theate. Apr 23 8pm ¤6 limetreetheatre.ie
Shur I’ll Be Alright Here on Me Own
See Galway. Theatre at the Savoy. Apr 24 1pm & 6pm, Apr 25 1pm