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With a stellar front line and strong ensemble, this jazz-era tale, of two merry murderesses incarcerated in the Cook County jail, was a college production like no other.

In addition to Opera in the Open at Wood Quay, this year we are also in the beautiful surrounds of Merrion Square for the month of June 2013 .... La Bohème (Puccini), Rigoletto (Verdi) and Le Nozze di Figaro (Mozart) from 7th June onwards.

(in aid of Cystic Fibrosis Ireland)

Starring Richard Shaffrey and Clare O'Malley

Directed by Christine Scarry
Accompanied by David Wray

Well-equipped to take on the most challenging composers in Musical Theatre are singer/actors Clare O'Malley and Richard Shaffrey. Join them on a journey through the musicals as they sing the work of Sondheim, Weill, Gilbert and Sullivan, Menken, Bucchino and Schwartz.

Sunday, 5th May at 7.30pm (doors at 7pm) Tickets: €15 Bar open from 7pm

Opening April 10th, the iconic musical: RENT - follow the journey of a group of impoverished young friends struggling with artistic frustration in New York City under the shadow of HIV/AIDS. They embrace their uncertain futures, facing each day with enthusiasm and humour, living life to the fullest as if there were “No Day but Today”.

Performed by DCU Drama and taking place at 8:00 p.m. in The Helix Theatre from Wednesday, 10th to Friday, 12th April inclusive, doors opening 7:30 p.m.

The Olympia Theatre's Christmas 2012 pantomime Jedward and the Magic Lamp provides an unforgettable evening of hilarity for the whole family.  Packed with brilliant comedy, stunning song and dance routines and dazzling costumes.  

The Olympia Theatre in Dublin welcomes you to a captivating re-telling of a time-honoured classic, with a contemporary touch, that is sure to enthrall the bright-eyed dreamer in everyone.  Jedward are once again joined by the wonderful Linda Martin, Fair City’s Ryan Andrews and the outrageous Al Porter.

Christine along with Linda Martin and Jedward, helped raise funds for Dogs Aid at the Olympia Theatre after a sell-out production of Jedward and the Magic Lamp.

Dogs Aid is a charity set up by three ladies in 1987 to help dogs that were unwanted and abandoned in Dublin, Ireland. Since then they have helped rehabilitate and rehome hundreds of dogs. Dogs Aid has a no destruction policy so they never put a recoverable dog down and, as a result, the sanctuary is a permanent home for many forever dogs that are "too old or too bold" to be rehomed.

Following his masterclass on 9th November, John will sing and play some of his beautiful songs in the intimate setting of the lovely Cobalt Cafe, Dublin. He will also accompany the masterclass participants in performing more of his material.

In a small town that's fast becoming the murder capital of the world, two brothers battle it out over a dead father, an inheritance and a packet of crisps.

Sadistic, dangerous, inflammatory and hilarious.  Welcome to The Lonesome West.

The Lonesome West is the third instalment in Martin McDonagh's award-winning Leenane Trilogy.  It tells the story of Coleman and Valene Connor, whose dysfunctional co-habitation plays out an hilariously dark vision of the human condition.