Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
1. ANONYMOUS by Les Enfants Terribles
Les Enfants Terribles is a Franco-Irish Theatre company based in Dublin. Founded by Nathalie Clement and Stella Godmet, it has for objective to produce original and thought-provoking plays linked to our cultural heritage.
From today until Saturday 28th, they are returning to Dublin with a chapter of thoughtful theatre at the International Bar in the city centre.
This play, written by Mark Richardson and directed by Nathalie Clement, tackles the very timely issue of homelessness, something that is constantly on the rise in
Some of the proceeds from the show will go towards supporting homeless charities; so you will be filled with warmth and good feelings as you step into the shoes of people like Sean and Dolan briefly, and see the city from a strange and new angle.
Where: The International Bar, 23 Wicklow Street, Dublin 2
When: From January 16th to 28th.
Monday to Friday at 7pm, Saturdays at 2.30pm
Previews on January 16 and 17. Premiere on January 18
Price: Tickets €10, concessions €8. €1 from each ticket will go towards supporting the Hope In The Darkness initiative.
Buy your ticket at: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/anonymous-tickets-29753366119?aff=website
2. Danse, Morob
This new work by Laurent Gaudé, written specifically for Olwen Fouéré, follows their highly successful collaboration Sodome, my love which received its world premiere at Project Arts Centre in 2010 produced by Rough Magic.
A woman searches for the remains of her father, an ex-political prisoner, whose body has been stolen from its grave.
Led by a pack of dogs, she follows their trail and uncovers the truth about his disappearance.
Engage into this impressive tale from 12 to 28 January at the Project Arts Centre.
Where: 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar
When: from 12 to 28 January
Price: €18 – €22
Buy your tickets at: https://projectartscentre.ticketsolve.com/#/shows/873562440/events/127903506
For more information, visit: http://www.theemergencyroom.ie/about-danse-morob
3. Ladlane at Bar Rua
If you’re looking for some live foot stomping traditional Irish music, this is where you need to go on Tuesday night!
Ladlane formed in 2005 with its current line-up and have since recorded and released their album “Crossing the Liffey”, which is available at live shows.
Don’t hesitate and enjoy this modern but also traditional Irish pub. They offer tasty food, an extensive selection of Craft Beers, warm and welcoming staff and such a great atmosphere you won’t want to go home!
Where: Bar Rua, 32 Clarendon St, Dublin Southside, Dublin
When: from 21:00 til close
Price: Free entrance
For more information, visit: https://www.facebook.com/BarRuaDublin/?fref=ts