Performances run Tuesday April 4th to Friday April 7th.

Photos: First Look at 42ND STREET at Curve, Leicester and Sadler's Wells

Trapped in the memoires of their youthful nights at The New Electric Ballroom, sisters Breda and Clara reflect on lost love and what might have been.

As they reminisce, their younger sister Ada looks to re-ignite Breda and Clara's spirits, and resurrect the smallest glimmer of love and hope in their remote fishing village home.

A virtuoso, absurdist fable of the debilitating effects of small-town life, Enda Walsh's stunning play won an Edinburgh Fringe First Award in 2008 and confirmed him as one of Ireland's most distinctive and dynamic writers of the modern era.

Marking the debuts of both Emma Jordan and Enda Walsh at The Gate Theatre, this critically acclaimed production is currently running in Dublin until Saturday, April 1st.

It will then tour to The Everyman, Cork from Tuesday, April 4th to Friday, April 7th.

Tickets for the Gate performances can be purchased from Tickets for Everyman performances can be purchased from Click Here.


Time Traveling Comedy ARCADIA is Coming to The Questors Theatre in July

This summer in the lead up to a camp take of On The Razzle15-22 July 2023, Director Simon Rudkin (Ghost Train) will take us on an immersive journey from the Regency period back to the present in his elegant adaption of Tom Stoppard's Arcadia.

Reading Rep Celebrates Success Of Schools and Libraries Tour of THE RUMBLE UNDER THE RUG

Reading Rep Theatre has celebrated the success of the libraries and schools tour of their new production of The Rumble Under the Rug, which has been created in partnership with Reading Libraries and is directed and written by Helen Eastman, after sell-out successes at Reading Rep with Alby the Penguin Saves Christmas, and Alby the Penguin Saves the World.

Birmingham Hippodrome Will Reopen for Pre-Show Dining

Birmingham Hippodrome has announced it will be reopening for pre-show dining. The Circle Lounge (formerly Circle Restaurant) will open this summer, following a major refurbishment.

New Shows Revealed For Autumn/Winter 2023/24 at Scarborough's Stephen Joseph Theatre

A new show for young children featuring the famous walrus which visited Scarborough last Christmas has been announced alongside a season of visiting shows at Scarborough's Stephen Joseph Theatre.


#repshow# in[i]# 'Nightingale'- A Family-Friendly Ballet
Claydon House (7/20-7/20)
#repshow# in[i]# 'Nightingale'- A Family-Friendly Ballet
Brighton Open Air Theatre (8/06-8/06)
#repshow# in[i]# Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty
Exeter Picturehouse (6/28-6/28)
#repshow# in[i]# Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty
Curzon Oxford (6/28-6/28)
#repshow# in[i]# 'Nightingale'- A Family-Friendly Ballet
Walmer Castle and Gardens (8/05-8/05)
#repshow# in[i]# Hot Brown Honey
Belgrade Theatre (6/14-6/17)
#repshow# in[i]# Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty
Firstsite (6/28-6/28)
#repshow# in[i]# 'Nightingale'- A Family-Friendly Ballet
West Horsley Place (8/13-8/13)
#repshow# in[i]# Les Miserables: The Memoirs of Jean Valjean
The Barnfield Theatre (6/02-6/09)
#repshow# in[i]# The Changeling
Southwark Playhouse Borough, The Little (9/28-10/28)

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