Smock Alley Theatre Lineup
Smock Alley, Dublin's oldest, newest theatre has a host of theatrical treats in store this March.
From March 9th to 14th 'Some Yank's Theatre Company' presents Liam Hallahan Buries his Dad Live on Stage.
Part-confessional, part documentary, this show explores the life and work of a man who lived and breathed theatre, and celebrates the complex and continuing relationship between a father and son.
“A fun piece that deals with this complicated issue with levity.” – No More Workhorse
From March 11th to 14th the 'DIT Conservatory of Music & Drama' will present The Canterbury Tales.
The audience, seated at banqueting tables, will be treated to a light meal and complimentary drink during the performance. The historical Banquet Hall of Smock Alley Theatre, with its high brick walls and stained-glass windows, completes the atmospheric setting of the production, promising a unique and memorable theatrical experience.
From March 25th to 28th the 'Inchicore College of Further Education' presents The Dining Room by A.R. Gurney.
The Dining Room is a Pulitzer Prize winning play written by A.R Gurney. Set in a single dining room, it charts the journey of domestic life through the experiences of several families over different time periods.
The above is just a small selection of what Smock Alley has on show this month.
Check out Smockalley.com for full details of all shows.