Samuel Beckett Theatre - Trinity College, Theatre in Dublin

Samuel Beckett Theatre - Trinity College, Theatre in Dublin
Address : Trinity College
Dublin 2
Phone :+353 1 608 2461
Fax :+353 1 608 1239
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The Samuel Beckett Theatre opened in 1992. A 208 seat black box performance space, a Dance Studio/rehearsal space, a seminar room, offices and Players Theatre, the studio theatre of Trinity's student drama society.

Samuel Beckett Theatre - Trinity College

The Samuel Beckett Theatre is named after the most innovative playwrights of the 20th Century and was opended in 1992 to celebrate the quatercentenary of Trinty Collge Dublin. It currently is also the campus theatre of the university's department of drama. The Samuel Beckett Theatre also house's the department of drama offices, seminar rooms and a rehersal studio, along with the DU Players, the studio theatre for Trinty;s student drama society. 

Samuel Beckett Theatre - Theatre in Dublin

Some of the best theatre in Dublin takes places at the Samuel Beckett Theatre  which include performances with the Dublin Theatre Festival, the Dublin Fringe Festival and the Dublin Dance Festival. Please see below at list of events currently on at the theatre. 

The Dublin Theatre Festival is currently showing "A Girl is a Half-formed thing" at the Samuel BeckettSamuel Beckett Theatre Theatre which takes place from September 25th to October 5th 2014. Winner of the numerous literary awards including Baileys Womens Prize for fiction 2014, this show follows a girl from the womb to the age of twenty with vivid intensity and orginality. An inner narrative, the character shows resilience and intelligence amidst the fallling catholic church and poverty of her Irish childhood. For more Information and to book your tickets click "A Girl is a half-formed thing"

Samuel Beckett Theatre
Its Australian season at the Samuel Beckett Theatre, as the Dublin Theatre Festival show "Jack Charles VThe Crown" Director Rachel Maza and the australian ILBIJERRI Theatre Company bring an amazing performace. Uncle Jack is an australian legend; Koori elder, activits, veteran actor and former heroin addict, this show is about his life told by him. This show is a theatrical delight and a celebration of black Australia's dogged refusal to give up. 

There is something special about Uncle Jack. Something about his voice, his stature, his laugh, his story - something powerful but humbling ... It is most certainly something that you won't want to miss. Australian Stage. For more information click "Jack Charles V The Crown"

1943 A Dance Odyssey will be shown at the Samuel Beckett Theatre on Tuesday 28th October atSamuel Beckett Theatre 6.30pm, tickets cost €5.00 per person. During World War Two (or 'The Emergency', as it was known in Ireland), Irish-German woman Erina Brady brought cutting edge Modern Dance to Ireland, from Germany. A forgotten reel of film by Irish film industry founder Liam O Laoghaire immortalised the mysterious modern dancer teaching her tiny pupils in her Harcourt Street Studio and dancing freely in the open air in his 1943 gem of a film, Dance School.

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