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Fisham­ble tours this charm­ing, funny and whirling two-han­der about dancing, brav­ery and love writ­ten by Gavin Ko­stick and per­formed by Janet Mo­ran and Steve Blount. Also Long­ford and Port­laois. Pavil­ion, Dún Laoghaire. Jul 2-3 8pm 118/116 pavil­ionthe­


Sickle Moon Pro­duc­tions stage their sec­ond show as com­pany in res­i­dence at Theatre Up­stairs, writ­ten by Jeda de Brí and Finbarr Doyle, in which a woman runs for elec­tion to Dáil Eire­ann 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) the­atre­up­


Timon of Athens

The fi­nan­cial cri­sis of re­cent years helped blow the dust off Shake­speare’s sel­dom-per­formed play about a wealthy and os­ten­ta­tious host who blithely out­spends his re­sources, who trusts his cronies and easy credit for as­sis­tance. Big mis­take. Project Arts Cen­tre. Jul 2-19 8.15pm 116/114 pro­jec­tarts­cen­

The Very Best of Broad­way

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



The Lone­some West

Ray­mond Scan­nell’s play - part drama­tised story of a fam­ily and friends in high or­bit around the leg­endary Sir Henry’s, part doc­u­men­tary about the Cork night­club with filmed ap­pear­ances from the club’s main fig­ures - re­turns to chart a na­tion in tran­si­tion, from eu­phoric dis­cov­er­ies through to sober awak­en­ings. On tour. 69 O’Con­nell Street. Jul 3 8pm 116/112 lime­treethe­

See Ca­van. Jul 3-4 8.30pm back­


The Revenant

See Cork. Carnegie Arts Cen­tre, Ken­mare. Jul 5 8pm 112/110 064-6648701

See Dublin. Du­na­maise Arts Cen­tre, Port­laois. Jul 1 8pm 115/112 du­na­

See Dublin. Back­stage Theatre. Jun 28 8.30pm 118/116 back­

The Jun­gle Book

Chap­ter­house Theatre Com­pany present Laura Turner’s adap­ta­tion of Kings­ley Amis’s an­i­mal king­dom fa­ble, where man­cub Mowgli and his jun­gle co­horts face ad­ven­ture and peril. Staged out­doors. Chil­dren in an­i­mal cos­tumes wel­come. Pow­er­scourt Gar­dens. Jun 29 2.30pm 118/110 mer­maid­arts­cen­

Peter Pan

Dramtech Per­form­ing Arts Theatre stage an adap­ta­tion of J.M. Bar­rie’s fan­tasy story about the ad­ven­tures of a nor­mal fam­ily and their vis­i­tor who never grows up. Mermaid Arts Cen­tre. Jun 28 3pm 115/112 mer­maid­arts­cen­

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