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HHH Following its hugely successful sell-out run at the Dublin Theatre Festival, A Girl is a Half-formed Thing by Eimear McBride will return for a limited run at the Project Arts Centre in Temple Bar from February 4 to 14. The production will then travel to The Mac, Belfast, before returning to The Mermaid Arts Centre in Bray on February 27 and 28. Aoife Duffin's performance has drawn universal praise and her performance is not to be missed. Tickets for the show at the Project Arts Centre are priced from €18 and are on sale now from www.projectartscentre.com.

HHH Following its hugely successful sell-out run at the Dublin Theatre Festival, A Girl is a Half-formed Thing by Eimear McBride will return for a limited run at the Project Arts Centre in Temple Bar from February 4 to 14. The production will then travel to The Mac, Belfast, before returning to The Mermaid Arts Centre in Bray on February 27 and 28. Aoife Duffin's performance has drawn universal praise and her performance is not to be missed. Tickets for the show at the Project Arts Centre are priced from €18 and are on sale now from www.projectartscentre.com.

HHH JOHN B Keane's Moll will return to the Gaiety Theatre for three weeks due to phenomenal demand. The popular play will run from Tuesday, January 27 until Saturday, February 14. Starring Frank Kelly - Fr Jack in Father Ted - as His Lordship the Bishop, Des Keogh as Very Rev Canon Pratt and Mary McEvoy as Bridgie Andover, this performance is a must-see. Tickets from €22.50 are on sale now from the Gaiety Box Office and Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

HHH Brian Merriman's new play, Eirebrushed, premiered at the 2014 International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival to sell-out shows and is now making its way to New York. The city's oldest LGBT theatre company will present a benefit readin g of the play at the Irish Arts Centre on Wednesday, January 21.

HHH golf ace Padraig Harrington will be lending his expertise to golf lovers and novices alike during An Evening with Padraig Harrington which will take place in The Gaiety Theatre on Tuesday, January 20. Tickets cost from €45 and all proceeds from the night will go to benefit two worthy causes, the ISPCC and the Padraig Harrington Charitable Foundation.


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