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What People Say

The Press

Irish Theatre Magazine

‘Smock Alley Boys School is, perhaps, the most atmospheric theatre in the city. With its exposed brick, declining gangway and multi-storey viewpoints it brings to mind one of those Victorian Asylums where the public used to come to observe the mentally ill. Hence, it lends itself to plays that delve into the mind, that excavate fractured psyches and mount them as art.’
-Caomhan Keane

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Social Media

‘I think @smockalley has become my new favorite venue.’
-N.Swan

 

‘We really had a rather Splendid evening. and look foward to many more performances. .. marvellous place.’
– K.O Reilly

 

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Past Clients

‘Smock Alley’s beautiful room and great location in the city was what first attracted us. The staff were easy to deal with, and Conor thought of things that we hadn’t, and made really helpful suggestions. A lot of our guests said what a great venue it was, and everything was great on the day – the staff were organised, the food was lovely, and we had a brilliant time!’
– Caroline Anderson Wedding, 2015

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The Audience

‘I consider myself privileged and edified to have viewed Smock Alleys’s production of ”The Importance of Being Earnest”. A riveting, stupendous performance which captured every nuance ,wit, humour , and hilarity of Wilde’s funniest drama. The incredible aspect of the play is the elucidation of Wilde’s language ,its precision and incisiveness manifested the scathing sarcasm and satire so characteristic of Wilde. The clever direction of Kate Canning developed the characters magnificently to climax in the second act, the missing baby in the bag which spellbound the audience coupled with the christening plans all carefully crafted. The comments from people leaving after the standing ovation will undoubtedly fill all seats until August 22nd.’
-Maureen Condon, Aug 2015

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