Early Bird - Book Before 07 January 2017

December 15, 2016

BE AN EARLY BIRD AND BOOK BEFORE 07 JANUARY 2017 FOR THESE NEW SEASON SHOWS AND GET THESE GREAT DISCOUNTS!



FEBRUARY - DRAMA
The Humours of Bandon
THU 23 FEB  8PM
Full price: €18 / Early Bird: €16

MARCH - COMEDY
Doomdah - Foil, Arms and Hog
THU 02 MAR  8PM
Full price: €18 / Early Bird: €15

MARCH - DRAMA
Jane Eyre An Autobiography
FRI 03 MAR  8PM 
Full price: €18 / Early Bird: €16

MARCH - DRAMA
To Hell In a Handbag
FRI 10 MAR  8PM
Full price: €18 / Early Bird: €16

MARCH - COMEDY
Edwin Sammon Vs Cancer
FRI 31 MAR  8.15PM  €14 / €12 conc
Full price: €14 / Early Bird: €10

Tickets must be paid in full before 07 January 2017 to avail of these Early Bird Offers.

A maximum of 6 tickets can be bought at these prices per person.
Not applicable to group bookings.
BOX OFFICE 01 885 2622

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By Draíocht. Tags: Early Bird,

Dancing up a Storm in Blanchardstown

December 1, 2016

Please vote for us in the Better Together Video Competition 2016 from The Wheel. You can vote Once a day every day until 7 December 2016!
We could win one of 6 prizes of €1000.
Thanks so much! ...

Just Click the link below and then click 'Vote Now':
http://www.bettertogether.ie/video/dancing-storm-blanchardstown



Draíocht’s Create Dance Project has been running since December 2013. Along with Draíocht’s Dancers Mark Rogers, Philippa Donnellan and Antje O'Toole, two groups of children with intellectual disabilities from the downs syndrome and autism spectrum, their parents and siblings have taken part in this innovative dance project through a series of weekly workshops. 
The response from participants has been overwhelmingly positive and the level of engagement increasingly impressive. This project represents a rare opportunity for these sometimes socially marginalised families to engage in the arts in a fun, creative and stress free environment.

Enjoy the full video here after you've voted.

Enjoy our Create Dance Blog here ... 

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By Draíocht. Tags: Create Dance, Mark Rogers,