Draíocht will be open as follows this weekend:
Friday 16 March: 10am-6pm
Saturday 17 March: Closed
Sunday 18 March: Closed
Monday 19 March: Closed
Tuesday 20 March: Re-opens as normal, 10am-6pm
You can still book tickets online 24 hrs a day.
Draíocht will be open as follows this weekend:
How can you get involved?
There are so many ways you can get involved with Draiocht during 2012 …
Buy a ticket for an event, be it comedy, music, drama, panto, an evening class or workshop / Call in to our Betelnut Café and enjoy a coffee or lunch or treat your children to our 5 euro children’s menu and small play area / Enjoy our free exhibitions in our two Art Galleries – consider purchasing a piece of art for your office, or for a colleague, perhaps as a wedding present / Become a member of our Friends Scheme for as little as €100 / Make a donation to help us put on more Free Family Art Days on Saturdays and Special Needs Arts Days / Join our Music Club or Film Club / Name a Seat in our auditorium for you or an organisation – we will engrave a dedication on a brass plaque just for you / Hire one of our Meeting Rooms for your meeting/interviews/course / Consider Fundraising for Draíocht - if you're running a marathon, or bag packing or having a coffee morning – do it for us / Like us on Facebook and tell all your Friends! / Enjoy our YouTube Channel / Sign up for our Free Ezines and pick exactly what you'd like to receive, from Music to Dance and Drama to Comedy ... or ALL OF THE ABOVE!
We hope to see you in 2012!
Gift Vouchers & Gift Ideas
We know just how hard it is to think of original and thoughtful gifts for your special somebody. So, here are a couple of ideas to help you out ...
Buy a Gift Voucher from Draíocht’s Box Office for any amount you like (from €5 upwards), which your friends and family can use at their leisure throughout the year to attend any event they choose. Gift vouchers are available from the Box Office: 01 885 2622
Buy a Buddy Membership for children under 14. For a mere €30 our Buddies receive lots of benefits including a membership card, €2 discount on all young peoples workshops and events in Draíocht, a card on their birthday and copies of posters from any children's shows in Draíocht.
Buy a Friends Membership, a great present for the regular attender. For just €100 our Friends enjoy mega discounts on most shows (shown with the F symbol on ezines, brochures and website), and invitations to gallery launches and special occasions, 10% off art from our Galleries, as well as two free tickets per year to a show of their choice AND two free tickets on their birthday.
Buy a Music Club Membership, great for the music enthusiast. For just €20 our Music Club Members receive a range of benefits including Advance Mailings, Priority Booking and Reduced Rate Tickets to music events (tickets usually under €10).
Or for the ultimate in sophistication you can BUY A SEAT - for just €300 you can put your loved one’s name or a dedication on a seat in our main auditorium and make them part of Draíocht’s history – forever! We will engrave a plaque with the dedication of your choice.
Phone Aidan Gately in Marketing now for more info on any of these Gift Ideas, Tel: 809 8024 or email email@example.com
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Draíocht is offering a drama project which includes free acting classes for people resident in the Dublin 15 area.
How is this possible?
Well, The Arts Council and Fingal County Council are funding a one year Theatre Artist in Residence programme in Draíocht for 2011/2012 and we are delighted that Liam Halligan will take up this position in November.
So who can participate?
Anybody between the ages 16 and 116! In fact, we are looking for individuals who have no or very little acting experience. We need a good mix of age, background and gender so once you’re 16 or over, then we’d like to talk to you.
When does it start?
Liam will meet with individuals and groups from November 2011 to February 2012 to explain the Project in detail. Various groups of 8/10 people each will be formed and the acting workshops will take place in Draíocht from March-May 2012. Times will be arranged to suit the participants.
Is there a next stage?
Liam would like to create a piece of theatre based on issues that come up during the acting workshops. Approximately 15 people from the various groups will be invited to work with Liam for a further 6 workshops during the month of June. These will take place in the evening time. Liam will write a final script over the summer.
What about performance?
The final group of 15 will come back in September 2012 to rehearse and perform the play in Draíocht’s Studio Space in November 2012.
What will it cost?
Nothing but time, commitment and a sense of adventure.
What do I do if I or my community group are interested in getting involved?
Get in touch with Emer McGowan, Draíocht’s Director by phone 01 8098027 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know that you’d like to hear more.
We have an application form that we can send you.
Liam Halligan is an established actor, tutor, theatre director and theatre maker nominated as Best Director for two productions by the Irish Times Theatre Awards