1st Oct. - 7th Oct.

Irish National Opera presents Gounod Faust As part of Dublin Theatre Festival

Upcoming Shows!

Irish National Opera presents Gounod Faust As part of Dublin Theatre Festival


1st Oct. 2023 - 7th Oct. 2023

This thrilling new ghost story will thrust you into darkness and have you on the edge of your seats

Murder In The Dark

10th Oct. 2023 - 14th Oct. 2023

Back by popular demand-Hangmen by Martin McDonagh


19th Oct. 2023 - 4th Nov. 2023

A new play by Michael Scott Based on the book by Brinsley MacNamara

The Valley Of The Squinting Windows

7th Nov. 2023 - 11th Nov. 2023

Ballet Ireland, in association with EY Ireland present Carmen.


15th Nov. 2023 - 18th Nov. 2023

This is no ordinary panto....it's the Gaiety 150th panto!!!


26th Nov. 2023 - 7th Jan. 2024


27th Jan. 2024 - 9th Mar. 2024

Spencer & Vogue

27th Mar. 2024 - 28th Mar. 2024


The Kite Runner

2nd Apr. 2024 - 6th Apr. 2024

You’ll have no choice but to “Move It, Move It!”

Madagascar The Musical

11th Apr. 2024 - 14th Apr. 2024

Will leave you in hot flushes!

Women On The Verge of HRT

30th Apr. 2024 - 4th May. 2024

THE genre-defining murder mystery from the best-selling novelist of all time… case closed!

The Mousetrap

7th May. 2024 - 18th May. 2024

Irish National Opera presents Verdi La Traviata

La Traviata

21st May. 2024 - 25th May. 2024

The legendary production of Susan Hill’s chilling ghost story...

The Woman In Black

28th May. 2024 - 1st Jun. 2024

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Welcome to the Gaiety Theatre


Since 1871,  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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