Gaiety Theatre

A visit to Dublin wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Gaiety Theatre. Since 1871, it has entertained visitors with musicals, drama, comedy, dance, and pantomime. This year, it hosts John B. Keane’s, ‘Big Maggie’ until 12th March. Ross O’Carroll-Kelly’s hilarious sell-out hit, ‘Breaking Dad’, returns from 14th – 26th March. Alfred Hitchcock’s, West End show ‘The 39 Steps’, runs from 29th March – 2nd April. Song & dance extravaganza, ‘That’s Entertainment’, runs from 4th – 9th April. John B. Keane’s, ‘The Matchmaker’, returns, due to phenomenal demand, from 11th – 23rd April. New comedy stage show, ‘Mario Rosenstock Live’, runs from 26th – 30th April. Broadway and West End sensation, ‘Driving Miss Daisy’, makes its Irish premiere throughout May. Harold Pinter’s, ‘The Birthday Party’, runs from 30th May – 4th June. ‘God Bless the Child – First Confessions are the Hardest’ running 6th – 11th June. The international phenomenon, Riverdance, returns home 14th June – 28th August. ‘Celtic–The Musical’ makes its Irish debut 20th – 24th September. The Gaiety Theatre also hosts the Dublin Theatre Festival in early October and Ballet Ireland’s annual performances in November. This years traditional Pantomime is ‘Robin Hood and his Merry Men’.
South King Street (Off Grafton Street) D2.
t. ROI 0818 719388, NI
0844 277 4455 or (+353) (0)1 456 9569

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