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Smock Alley was the first Theatre Royal built in Dublin. John Ogilby opened it in 1662 as part of the Restoration of the British monarchy and King Charles II in 1660. Our mission is to welcome audiences to Dublin’s oldest, newest theatre and provide an enjoyable, affordable, quality experience, challenging & engaging you with a varied artistic programme of theatre, comedy, music & dance, in a friendly, feel-good atmosphere.

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Goodbye To Marie

A comedic and touching drama which centres around a family preparing to deal with a great loss; the loss of a parent. “Goodbye To Marie” is a story which centres around death but at its heart, it is a story about family. “A Play that Really Shines with Great Comedy Moments” – Alan Foran, Red Curtain Review

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Ethiopian Art Show

Running until September 9th, Ethiopiaid is proud to announce the exhibition in collaboration with the Makush Art Gallery of Addis Ababa. With 120 pieces on show, the exhibition offers visitors a unique insight into the diverse and vibrant art scene emerging in Ethiopia, with examples from across the large and culturally diverse country.

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE

A curated, multi-disciplinary festival, Tiger Dublin Fringe is a platform for the best new, emerging Irish arts companies and a showcase for the finest international contemporary performing arts. This year’s programme features something for everyone, with comedy, music, original and multi-disciplinary theatre among its many events for 2015.

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