There will be a new production at The Samuel Beckett Theatre which is an adaptation of James Joyce’s novel ‘Dubliners’ by theatre director Annabelle Comyn . It will running from 9th of November to 11th of November.
Life’s ups, downs, ins and outs unfold in front of a city of onlookers. James Joyce’s Dubliners perfectly captures the emotions, characters and flavours of Dublin from 100 years ago. Two new operas by Andrew Synnott (composer) and Arthur Riordan (librettist), each based on one story from Dubliners, are both contemporary and entertaining, and bring Joyce’s characters vividly to life.
€20 – €22
Samuel Beckett Theatre
Park Lane East, Dublin, Ireland
Angelos and Barry – The New Power Generation
Angelos and Barry! This unique comedy show will be at The Liberty Hall Theatre today. There are 2 characters in this show. First, Angelos Epithemiou, the comic creation of Dan Renton Skinner, may be familiar to you from the reboot of Shooting Stars. A gormless misfit always in possession of a Sainsbury’s bag, his puerile hilarity never fails to induce fits of laughter. That, and his chip van anecdotes. And secondly Barry, created by Alex Lowe, is another hilarious character. He’s in his 80s and has teamed up with Angelos to launch the New Power Generation, intended to save the world (or raise enough money for Barry to pay his debts to his wife).
Liberty Hall Theatre
Goya and the Spanish Art Tradition
Presented by independent art historian Dr Marta Bustillo, a specialist in Spanish art history, this lunchtime talk focuses less on Francisco Goya himself and more on the influences that helped shape his work. It will start on 13:10 pm. Don’t miss this unique event!
Chester Beatty Library