This year’s Dublin Theatre Festival takes place between 25th September and 12th October, in a variety of venues around the city.

Bringing together artists, theatre makers and audiences from around Ireland and the world, the festival is known as one of the greatest theatre events internationally.

Established in 1957, the Dublin Theatre Festival has thrived since then, bringing world class theatre to Dublin audiences and providing a platform to showcase the best of Irish theatre to the world.

Featuring some of the biggest names from the Irish and international stage, this year’s line up of works includes well-known names, such as Love/Hate actor Tom Vaughan-Lawlor and Sinéad Cusack.

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The jam-packed programme includes ten world premieres and features the first Irish language play in the festival in seven years. International productions include work from Germany, Chile, France, the UK, Belgium and Australia.

The festival also includes productions for schools and families, as well as series of talks, tours, exhibitions and critical events, as part of Festival+. In addition to these exciting events, the programme’s annual series Talking Theatre will include post-show talks with cast members, writers and theatre makers.

To find out more about the festival or to book tickets, please visit the Dublin Theatre Festival website.  

2014 Dublin Theatre Festival sign

All images courtesy Dublin Theatre Festival

 

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