This week’s performances of ‘Lorca is Dead’ in the Back Loft have been cancelled. Unfortunately the production company involved is not in a position to travel to Dublin as planned.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Note that we have 10 other productions starting from Monday May 9th and these are unaffected by this change.
Don’t miss our Saturday matinée shows at 2:30pm & 4:30pm with all tickets just €10.
Remember: today is your last chance to catch the week 1
shows with all performances ending on Saturday evening from 7:30pm.
Bette / Cavett – Bette Davis’ last ever TV interview lovingly recreated
Project Arts Centre @ 2:30pm
Mysterious Skin – the hit gay novel & movie reaches the stage. Intense & powerful drama.
The Teacher’s Club @ 2:30pm
Cloaked – an opulent period drama about a man who must hide his identity to rule as Queen.
The Back Loft @ 2:30pm
Sticks and Stones – two strangers find themselves trapped in a room – a hustler and a
family man. But how did they get there? A powerful study of masculinity.
Outhouse @ 2:30pm
The Little Dog Laughed – hit comedy about a closeted Hollywood actor, his agent and the rentboy!
The Project @ 4:30pm
The Adventures of Buttboy and Tigger – a raunchy comedy about two guys looking for hook ups, or love, online.
The Teacher’s Club at 4:30pm
The Screw You Revue – award winning and sharp-witted US comedy improv show where no subject is too taboo!
Outhouse @ 4:30pm
Let’s Pretend We’re Having Coffee… – a true story of the ups and downs of promiscuity, love and tenderness
Pantibar @ 4:30pm
Don’t miss our excellent value Bank Holiday Monday matinee preview shows. All tickets €10 available online or at the venues.
Sticks and Stones – Theatre@Outhouse
Cloaked – The Back Loft
Mysterious Skin – The Teacher’s Club
The Screw You Revue – Theatre@Outhouse
Let’s Pretend We’re Having Coffee.. – Pantibar
The Adventures of Buttboy and Tigger – The Teacher’s Club
Don’t miss our range of Saturday matinees. All matinee tickets €10
We have 14 shows running every night for the 2 weeks of the Festival with some Sunday events too.
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The Minister for Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht Affairs, Jimmy Deenihan T.D., officially launched the Eighth Dublin International Theatre Festival at Copper Alley, Arlington Hotel Temple Bar.
This year the festival hosts worldwide entertainment from Ireland, the United Kingdom, Australia, the USA, Canada and Venezuela in seven city-centre venues around Dublin. This unique festival runs from 2nd to 15th May welcomes audiences of all ages and sexual identities.
The 8th IDGTF will be launched on Wednesday April 6th by the Minister for Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht, Jimmy Deenihan T.D.
Online booking and the full 2011 programme will be available online on Thursday April 7th.
Keep checking our site for more details or sign up to our newsletter from our homepage.
Interested in being part for the Eight International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival?
We are currently seeking enthusiastic volunteers for Festival 2011.
There will be a Volunteers’ Information Meeting on March 3rd in Pantibar at 7:30pm. Whether you are a new volunteer, an existing volunteer or just want to find out more you are invited to come along. Rachel, our volunteer coordinator will be happy to answer any questions you have and tell you more about the 2011 Festival.