Category Archive: Sean O’Casey Theatre

Apr 09

“A one and one” – two plays from Uncut Diamonds , April 2019

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Mar 27

The Five Lamps Festival at the Sean O’Casey Theatre : April 2019

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“The Noble Call” on Tuesday 2nd and Wednesday 3rd April @ 8pm “Six Days” on Friday 5th April @ 8pm All these productions are part of the Five Lamps Arts Festival : http://fivelampsarts.ie/new/ For further information and to book tickets follow link : https://www.eventbrite.ie/o/the-five-lamps-arts-festival-3305368744

Mar 03

“Dick Whittington and his cat” – Panto 2019 a smash hit :

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Congratulations to the East Wall P.E.G. Drama & Variety Group for their 2019 Panto . Sold out every night with tickets like gold-dust , we were only short of touts outside shouting ‘anyone buying or selling tickets’ . Another great production , with familiar faces of course but also a whole bunch of new talent …

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Nov 12

Civil Rights , Suffragettes and a Deadly flu – History Talks at the Sean O’Casey Theatre

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A series of talks hosted by the East Wall History Group throughout November 2018 . All welcome to these FREE events.   Supported by Dublin City Council  

Oct 31

A wide variety of shows at the Sean O’Casey Theatre , November 2018 :

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Oct 12

“It Runs in the Family” : 16th – 20th October 2018

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Sep 09

“Take away our hearts o’ stone…” – Powerful Sean O’Casey monologues performed in New York

Abbey actress Sara Allgood , the original Juno .

“It’ll have what’s far better- it’ll have two mothers” Sean O’Casey is one of Ireland’s most famous playwrights , with his major works being as compelling today as when they were first performed almost a century ago. His most memorable characters are based on real life Dubliner’s he knew and observed , including many from  …

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Sep 04

Sean O’Casey Festival 2018 : September 11th – September 21st

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Sean O’Casey is recognized as one of Ireland’s greatest playwrights . He lived for 30 years of his life in East Wall and the North Docks , at Hawthorn Terrace and Abercorn Road. It was here that he lived through an exciting period in Irish history , and witnessed momentous events. But more importantly it …

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Aug 16

Sean O’Casey Festival 2018

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Jul 16

“The Wild Fox Cabaret” returns : July 20th 2018

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