Pavillion – January 2019 on in Pavilion Theatre

Deirdre O’Kane Thu 3 Jan, 8pm
Deirdre O’Kane has really hit her stride. Footloose following a glittering turn on Dancing with the Stars and reveling in her return to stand-up, don’t miss Deirdre at her hilarious best in a straight-talking look at twelve frantic months in her busy life!

Mary Coughlan Fri 4 Jan, 8pm
Described as “Ireland’s Billie Holiday’” Mary Coughlan is arguably one of Ireland’s greatest female jazz and blues singers.

The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales Sat 5 Jan, 2pm
Gather the chicks for this collection of farmyard yarns!
Sumptuously animated in watercolour style with a zany sense of fun, reminiscent of the classic ‘Looney Tunes’ spirit.

Jack Lukeman Sat 5 Jan, 8pm
Following a series of highly successful shows at Pavilion Theatre, Jack Lukeman returns by popular demand with Northern Lights – Songs for the Winter Solstice.

André Rieu – New Year’s Concert from Sydney (Encore Screening) Sun 6 Jan, 3pm
Dutch violinist and conductor André Rieu hosts a major New Year celebration, joined by his Johann Strauss Orchestra.

Cate Le Bon Sun 6 Jan, 8pm
Wales-born, LA-based artist Cate Le Bon plays an intimate solo piano show at Pavilion Theatre showcasing her unique songwriting which balances folk, indie rock and psychedelia.

Wildlife Mon 7 Jan, 5pm & 8pm
A intense, strange family drama set in 1960s Montana, starring Carey Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhaal.

The Goode School of Dance: The Nutcracker Thu 10 – Sun 13 Jan
The Goode School of Dance is celebrating its 30th Anniversary!
This year’s production is the all-time favourite ballet The Nutcracker.

Shoplifters Mon 14 Jan, 5pm & 8pm
A subtle and moving drama about the forces holding a struggling Tokyo family together which won the Palme d’Or at Cannes 2018.

Degas: Passion for Perfection – Exhibition on Screen Tue 15 Jan, 8pm
Exhibition on Screen journeys from the superb exhibition in Cambridge to the streets of Paris, with exclusive access to view rare and diverse works, telling the fascinating story of Degas’ pursuit of perfection

Foster & Allen Wed 16 Jan, 8pm
Celebrated musical duo Foster & Allen are bringing their Putting On The Style Tour to Dún Laoghaire this coming New Year!

The Special Consensus Thu 17 Jan
Twice Grammy nominated band The Special Consensus bring their own spin on Mid-Western bluegrass, with authentic traditional and contemporary bluegrass.

An Evening With Aonghus McAnally Fri 18 Jan, 8pm
Following on from his sold out tours celebrating the music of Christie Hennessy in 2016 and 2017, Aonghus McAnally is back with a brand new show.

Reeling in the Showband Years Sat 19 Jan, 8pm
Celebrating a decade of sold out concerts, this show offers a nostalgic journey back in time to the magical Showband era.
Featuring RTÉ‘s Ronan Collins, Red Hurley, Linda Martin, Keith and Lorraine McDonald and more!

Under the Clock Sun 20 Jan, 2pm
Using Clerys clock as the initial focal point this charming Irish Documentary, by the team who brought you Older than Ireland, examines dating, sex and relationships in Ireland over the decades.

Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Siobhan Miller, Damien Mullane & Anna Massie Sun 20 Jan, 8pm
Music Network bring an exciting new traditional collaboration featuring four of the genre’s most talented musicians weaving a web of vocal harmonies, flute accordion and guitar.

Rosie Mon 21 Jan, 5pm & 8pm
This new film from writer Roddy Doyle follows a family at risk of homelessness during the Irish housing crisis.

Robin Hood Tue 22 – Sun 27 Jan
Arclight Drama Studio are proud to present their 16th annual pantomime at Pavilion Theatre. This year’s we are delight to bring you the tale of “Robin Hood”. Robin Hood is a family friendly feast of fun and foolishness.

The Guilty Mon 28 Jan, 5pm & 8pm
A pulse-pounding Danish thriller set entirely in an emergency response centre as a lone agent must deal with an impossible situation.

Tchaikovsky’s The Queen of Spades (Encore Screening) Tue 29 Jan, 7.30pm
Tchaikovsky’s most ambitious opera contains some of his greatest music and is a powerful study of destructive obsession, showing the intensity of obsession and the supernatural.

The Young’uns Wed 30 Jan, 8pm
Three-time BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winners The Young’uns present a new and unique piece of modern folk theatre; The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff.

The Merchant of Venice: The Shakespeare Sessions Thu 31 Jan, 9.45am
The Shakespeare Sessions are entertaining and engaging student-centred performances of Shakespeare texts.
Each performance includes a scholarly review clarifying the main themes as well as discussions with the students and the opportunity to participate.

Romeo & Juliet: The Shakespeare Sessions Thu 31 Jan, 1pm
The Shakespeare Sessions are entertaining and engaging student-centred performances of Shakespeare texts.
Each performance includes a scholarly review clarifying the main themes as well as discussions with the students and the opportunity to participate.

Subtitle Spotlight European Film Festival 2019 Thu 31 Jan – Sun 3 Feb
Subtitle Spotlight European Film Festival is back once more, bringing a selection of European subtitled films that invite you to see cinema in a whole new way. With a total of ten titles there’ll be something to suit all tastes.