Asking For It

Asking For It

9th Oct. - 26th Oct.

Acclaimed stage adaptation of Louise O’Neill’s devastating novel Asking For It

Upcoming Shows

Acclaimed stage adaptation of Louise O’Neill’s devastating novel Asking For It

Asking For It

9th Oct. - 26th Oct.

The Exorcist arrives at the Gaiety Theatre for Halloween week

The Exorcist

29th Oct. - 2nd Nov.

In My Life – A Celebration Of Shay Healy

3rd Nov. - 3rd Nov.

The Matchmaker based on the novella “Letters of a County Matchmaker” by John B. Keane

 The Matchmaker

4th Nov. - 9th Nov.

Ballet Ireland present Swan Lake, one of the great love stories of classical ballet........

Swan Lake in association with EY

13th Nov. - 16th Nov.

THIS IS NO ORDINARY PANTO, IT’S THE GAIETY PANTO!

Aladdin – Gaiety Theatre Panto 2019 – 2020

24th Nov. - 5th Jan.

A major new production of McDonagh’s The Lieutenant of Inishmore......

The Lieutenant of Inishmore

27th Jan. - 22nd Feb.

Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap

The Mousetrap

30th Mar. - 4th Apr.

JB Priestley’s brilliantly constructed masterpiece

An Inspector Calls

5th May. - 9th May.

It's 1985 and Mary and Majella are getting ready for the social occasion of the year

Holy Mary

11th May. - 16th May.

MOZART'S The Abduction from the Seraglio(Die Entführung aus dem serail)

The Abduction from the Seraglio 2020

19th May. - 23rd May.

Cruising Through Menopause, the hysterical sequel to Menopause the Musical.....

Menopause The Musical 2

26th May. - 6th Jun.

Piano at the Gaiety Makeup at the Gaiety stage production stage performers

Welcome to the Gaiety Theatre

 

For 146 years The Gaiety Theatre has given the people of Dublin opera, musicals, drama, revues, comedy, concerts, dance, festivals and pantomime.  Amid the laughter and tears, through times of war and times of affluence, The Grand Old Lady of South King Street has remained a vital and ever changing expression of Irish culture and Irish society.

Long home to the familiar faces of Maureen Potter, Niall Toibin, John B. Keane, Anna Manahan, Des Keogh and Rosaleen Linehan, whose bronze handprints, are set into the pavement in front the theatre, together with those of Luciano Pavarotti and Brian Friel, are testament to the longstanding association these great artists have had with Dublin’s Gaiety Theatre.

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