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30 Jan~4 Feb. 8pm
Autumn Royal
A dark, dark comedy, set on the northside of Cork city, Autumn Royal is a play about life and death, love and hate, hysterical dependency, jealousy, rage, horror, and homicidal notions – or, in other words, it’s a play about a family. €26, €23 conc, €15 students, €20 previews. Box Office: 4501673.
The Everyman, MacCurtain St.

1~4 Feb. 8pm
Someone Who'll Watch Over Me
Based on the true event of the Lebanon Hostage Crisis which saw around 100 foreign nationals in Lebanon kidnapped over a period of ten years. In this play Frank McGuinness excellently blends poignancy and humour to display the strength of the human spirit in the face of captivity. €9/€7. Box Office: 4904275.
Granary Theatre, Mardyke.

6 & 7 Feb. 8pm
The King is dead. Consumed with grief, Prince Hamlet devotes himself to avenging his father’s death with devastating consequences for his family and the Kingdom. Blending traditional and physical theatre with a musical score, a gripping ensemble of seasoned classical actors embrace the exhilaration and violence of some of literature’s most vibrant language and characters, in a way you’ve never seen before: bold, exciting, and action-packed. €30, €25 conc. Box Office: 4270022,
Cork Opera House, Emmet Place.

6~11 Feb. 8pm
This Lime Tree Bower
Three young men from a small seaside town tell of their inextricably linked lives and the eventful week which was to change things for good. Written by acclaimed Irish playwright Conor McPherson, This Lime Tree Bower is a poignant and gripping tale told through three interlinking monologues. €26, €23 conc, €9 students. Box Office: 4501673.
The Everyman, MacCurtain St.

7~12 Feb. 8pm
Man of La Mancha
"Man of La Mancha for a Man of Cork” a tribute production dedicated to Hugh Moynihan, one who "added some measure of grace to the world." (Cervantes).
Cork Arts Theatre, Carroll's Quay.

8~11 Feb. 8pm
What The Butler Saw
A farce written by the English playwright Joe Orton. The play consists of two acts—though the action is continuous—and revolves around a Dr. Prentice, a psychiatrist attempting to seduce his attractive prospective secretary, Geraldine Barclay. €9/€7. Box Office: 4904275.
Granary Theatre, Mardyke.

13 Feb. 8pm
The Dead
A chamber opera adaptation of James Joyce’s best loved short story. Four singers accompanied by a string quartet conjure all the humour and heartbreak of a family gathering on a snowy night in Dublin.Composer Ellen Cranitch and playwright Tom Swift have created a vivid musical telling of one of the greatest short stories ever written. €24/€28, €15 conc. Box Office: 4501673.
The Everyman, MacCurtain St.

13 & 14 Feb. 8pm
Adele is Younger Than Us
An hour of self-deprecating songs and comedy about a life of not being Adele written and performed by Sally O'Leary and Rhiannon Neads with their musical director James Taylor. €12.50, €11 conc. Booking: 021 4505624.
Cork Arts Theatre, Carroll's Quay.

13~25 Feb.
The Same
By Enda Walsh presented by Corcadorca. The unusual scenario of a woman who somehow meets her future self, set in the very unusual settings at Old Cork Prison on Rathmore Road. For tickets & details ~
15~17 Feb. 8pm
Before Monsters Were Made
Before Monsters Were Made is a thrilling story that asks if we can ever truly know the people we love. Set in late 1960s Mayo, it tells the story of how a few small words can have a very big impact. When suspicion and old stories start to spread like a virus, how well do we know the people we trust the most? €24, €22 conc, €9 students. Box Office: 4501673.
The Everyman, MacCurtain St.

15~18 Feb. 8pm
The Plough and the Stars
Sean O’Casey’s icon play is set amid the tumult of the Easter Rising and tells story of ordinary lives ripped apart by the idealism of the time. The residents of a Dublin tenement shelter from the violence that sweeps through the city’s streets. A revolution that will shape the country’s future rages around them. What kind of Ireland awaits them? €9/€7. Box Office: 4904275.
Granary Theatre, Mardyke.

19 Feb. 2pm & 7.30pm
Peter Pan
A place where you never have to grow up? Sounds too good to be true. Centre Stage School, Mallow, are creating such a place with their production performed by their musical theatre students.€22, €20 conc. Box Office: 4501673.
The Everyman, MacCurtain St.

~19 Feb.
Blackwater Valley Fit-up Theatre Festival
Presented by Blood in the Alley theatre productions. 18 productions at 7 venues, Youghal, Rockchapel, Dromtarrif Community Hall, Mallow, Watergrasshill, Charleville & Fermoy.
21 & 22 Feb. 8pm
Murder at Shandy Hall
Ireland’s first murder mystery musical starring Patrick Bergin. A powerful and original period drama based on a true crime in Victorian County Cork in 1887 and a cast of real characters including a cruel killer; a beautiful governess; a betrayed wife; a canny and clever detective, a brilliant pathologist and a notorious hangman. €22, €25. Box Office: 4270022,
Cork Opera House, Emmet Place.

22~25 Feb. 8pm
The Crucible
Arthur Miller’s play is set during the Salem Witch trails and tells the tale of a small Puritan town in turmoil and the how the actions of a group of young girls changed the lives of many forever. €9/€7. Box Office: 4904275.
Granary Theatre, Mardyke.

25 Feb. 8pm
Bizet's Carmen
Featuring Cork Opera House Concert Orchestra, Cork Operatic Society & a host of national and international opera stars. €35, €30. Box Office: 4270022,
Cork Opera House, Emmet Place.

27 Feb~3 Mar. 9.45am & 1pm
The Shakespeare Sessions
Entertaining and engaging student-centred performances of Shakespeare texts. Each performance includes a scholarly review clarifying the main themes €15, €10 general audience (balcony). Box Office: 4501673.
The Everyman, MacCurtain St.