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Published 25/09/2011 | 05:00

'16 Possible Glimpses', a new play in which the life and death of the elusive Chekhov is examined through the eyes of one of Ireland's leading playwrights, Marina Carr, is on at the Peacock from Friday to October 29

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Gynt

Rough Magic, which stormed the Festival last year, has reunited with Arthur Riordan, author of their 2004 smash-hit 'Improbable Frequency', with this original take on Henrik Ibsen's 'Peter Gynt'. O'Reilly Theatre, Belvedere College, Dublin, from Tuesday to October 16

Have Fun

with the Family

The Theatre Festival and The Ark, Temple Bar, join forces to present acclaimed productions for all the family, including a spooky birthday party with a difference and a hilarious new version of a well-known tale featuring a very moody chicken

Take time

for Toibin

Directed by Garry Hynes, and starring Marie Mullen, above, 'Testament' by Colm Toibin deals with extraordinary events that continue to shape our world. Project Arts Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin from Thursday until October 16

Go Wild

for Kneehigh

Kneehigh presents 'The Wild Bride', the tale of what happens when a man accidentally sells his daughter to the devil. Gaiety Theatre, October 13-15

All part of the Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival 2011 which runs from Tuesday to October 16. www.dublintheatrefestival.com For bookings tel (01) 677 8899

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