Winter Season 2017 - 2018

Date Time Show Company Details Book
Sat 16th - Sun 17th December See Below Christmas Shows Superstars Stage School
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Monday 18th December 7.00pm Just Elfing Around Dramarama Youth Theatre
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Thursday 11th to Sunday 14th January See Below A Mermaid's Tale Trish McCarthy School of Modern Dance
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Thursday 1st to Saturday 3rd February 8.00pm Dead Certain Take 5
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Thursday 1st to Saturday 3rd March 1pm and 8pm Bring Me Back Alive ActorsVision
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Tuesday 6th to Thursday 8th March 8.00pm Eureka Springs Kisco Productions
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Thursday 5th to Saturday 7th April 8.00pm The Pillowman Tommy Daly
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Superstars Stage SChool

Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th December

Superstars Stage School present

Christmas Shows

Sat 16th Dec @ 12pm Blackpool
Sat 16th Dec @ 3.30pm Blackpool
Sat 16th Dec @ 6.30pm Blackpool

Sunday 17th Dec @ 12pm Ballincollig
Sunday 17th Dec @ 3.30pm Blackpool & Ballincollig
Sunday 17th Dec @ 6.30pm Seniors Showcase Blackpool

Tickets: €10 (Booking fees apply to card and online bookings)

 

Cork Arts Theatre

 

ACA Performing Arts

Monday 18th December @ 7pm

Dramarama Youth Theatre present

Just Elfing Around

Dramarama Youth Theatre present 'Just Elfing Around', with some Musical Theatre and Singing students too for a feel good Christmas evening of entertainment. Sit back and enjoy the madness and fun of Just Elfing Around.

Tickets: €12 (adults), €10 (children)
Booking fees apply to card and online bookings.

 

Cork Arts Theatre

 

A Mermaid's Tale

Thursday 11th to Sunday 14th January (see times below)

Trish McCarthy School of Modern Dance presents

A Mermaid's Tale

A night of music and laughter brought to you from the students of the Trish McCarthy School of Modern Dance. A fun-filled pantomime for all the family to enjoy. Tickets sold through the school on 083 18 18 095.

Show dates and times:

Tickets: €15

 

ACA Performing Arts

Thursday 1st to Saturday 3rd February @ 8pm

Take 5 presents

Dead Certain

by Marcus Lloyd

Charming, good-looking, but self-destructive Michael is an out of work actor.  He is invited to the home of theatre obsessed ex dancer Elizabeth, who is now wheelchair bound, to read a play she has written.  But as they read, startling similarities start to emerge between the text she has written and real life, providing an excellent platform for her to undermine Michael's self confidence and cause him to doubt the reliability of his own memory. A fast-paced, psychological thriller which entangles the two in a real life game of cat and mouse.

Starring Aaron Patrick Cowming and Noelle Clarke.
Directed by Eugene O'Sullivan.

By kind permission of Joseph Weinberger.
Grant aided by Cork County Council.

Tickets: €15, €12 concessions.
Booking fees apply to card and online bookings.

 

Bring Me Back Alive

Thursday 1st to Saturday 3rd March @ 1pm and 8pm

ActorsVision present

Bring Me Back Alive

A play about the devastating after-effects suicide has on family, friends and the community.

The play highlights the warning signs to look for in a person contemplating suicide. The main theme is to show there is hope; there is an alternative. The play is written in as light-hearted a way as possible in order to give hope to those who need it most.

Tickets: €10, €5 concessions for schools and OAPs.
Booking fees apply to card and online bookings.

 

Eureka Springs

Tuesday 6th to Thursday 8th March @ 8pm

Kisco Productions present

Eureka Springs

Eureka Springs is a murder mystery love story set in 1995. An original new play, it is a hard-hitting, honest look at love, relationships and death. It features a stunning cast of studying actors.

Tickets: €12, €10 concessions.
Booking fees apply to card and online bookings.

Please note that this play is not suitable for children. Recommended age is 16+.

 

Eureka Springs

Thursday 5th to Saturday 7th April @ 8pm

Tommy Daly presents

The Pillowman

by Martin McDonagh

“The Pillowman” is a dark comedy by British/Irish playwright Martin McDonagh.

It tells the story of a young writer in a totalitarian state who is interrogated over a series of child murders which reflect the graphic content of his short stories.

Tickets: €12, €9 concessions.
Booking fees apply to card and online bookings.

Please note that this play is not suitable for children. Recommended age is 16+.