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Exhibition of Paintings by Eamon McAteerMay 10th
Cotton FingersMay 24th
All My SonsMay 31st
The Experience of BeingJune 1st
Kieran Goss and Annie KinsellaJune 8th
Open Schools FestivalJune 12th
FamishedJune 13th
The God Box, A Daughter’s StoryJune 15th
The Chronic Identity Crisis of PamplemousseJune 22nd
The Playhouse Childrens & Teens Arts Festival 2019July 22nd

EVENT TIMELINE - A month by month breakdown of events at The Playhouse.

May 2nd

Starstruck

For one night only Jazz Artist Ursula McHugh takes us on a musical journey to explore the lives and sensuous songs which make these three stars unforgettable leading ladies.
May 3rd

Kaz Hawkins and Sam York Duo

Northern Ireland’s very own soul superstar!
May 4th

Darren Beckett Trio Featuring George Colligan

Darren Beckett drums, George Colligan piano, and Dave Redmond bass
May 4th

Darren Beckett and George Colligan Masterclass

Learn from two music greats – word renowned drummer Darren Beckett and multi-instrumentalist George Colligan.
May 5th

Paul McIntyre Trio

Paul McIntyre Trio with Special Guest Mike Nielsen on guitar. Featuring the fabulous rhythm section that includes Dave Redmond on double bass and Darren Beckett on drums
May 5th

Sid Peacock & Surge Orchestra

A new project from composer and musician Sid Peacock bringing together musical traditions of Ireland.
May 6th

Rising Stars of Irish Jazz

MOBO Award nominated drummer David Lyttle will perform in a double bill presenting two trios with five exceptional, hugely promising young Irish talents
May 10th

Exhibition of Paintings by Eamon McAteer

Eamon’s work is wholly original and he is best known for paintings which are partially revealed and hidden by the bursts of colour and textures that envelop them.
May 14th

Albino Parts

An imagined country in the not too distant future. Men, women and children are detained with due process of law. “Visitors” are presumed terrorists, used as prostitutes and tr
May 21st

Mothers Out Front

How far would you go to save the only planet you ever had?
May 24th

Cotton Fingers

Award-winning playwright Rachel Trezise tells the story of Aoife, a smart, funny young woman living in Northern Ireland, who has to make a big decision about her future.
May 31st

All My Sons

America, 1947. Despite hard choices and even harder knocks, Joe and Kate Keller are a success story.

For enquiries call 028 71 268027 · Mon - Fri 10.30am ~ 5.30pm · Sat 10am ~ 4pm

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Exhibition of Paintings by Eamon McAteer Friday 10th May 2019 to Friday 31st May 2019

Eamon’s work is wholly original and he is best known for paintings which are partially revealed and hidden by the bursts of colour and textures that envelop them.


National Theatre Wales presents Cotton Fingers Friday 24th May 2019 to Saturday 25th May 2019 Tickets £14/£12 (Includes £1 development contribution)

Award-winning playwright Rachel Trezise tells the story of Aoife, a smart, funny young woman living in Northern Ireland, who has to make a big decision about her future.


National Theatre Live Presents All My Sons by Arthur Miller Friday 31st May 2019 Tickets £12 (Includes £1 development contribution)

America, 1947. Despite hard choices and even harder knocks, Joe and Kate Keller are a success story.


An Grianán Theatre Productions presents The Experience of Being Written and performed by Carol Moore Saturday 1st June 2019 Tickets £12/ £10 (Includes £1 development contribution)

A funny, absorbing and moving one-woman play about dwindling power, how to challenge it and why ageism makes growing older far harder than it needs to be.


David Hull Promotions presents Kieran Goss and Annie Kinsella Saturday 8th June 2019 Tickets £20 (Includes £1 development contribution)

Veteran Irish songwriter Kieran Goss and singer Annie Kinsella present material from their new debut duo album 'Oh, the Starlings’.


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