The Stories of Hans Christian Andersen - Extended Run

The Stories of Hans Christian Andersen - Extended Run

Presented by Verdant Productions

Fri 8 - Sun 31 Jan 2021 2PM ONLINE // €12 per device/household

From the greatest storyteller in the world, comes Thumbelina, The Emperor’s New Clothes, The Ugly Duckling, The Little Mermaid and many more, in this one-hour fantastical journey made for all the family to enjoy together. These stories have stood the test of time for generations. Now is the time to surround ourselves with great stories with music, songs, dancing and maybe even a love story.

Starring Brian Gilligan (The Commitments, The Lion King, Once The Musical) / Rachel O’Connell (The Young Offenders, Eclipsed) / Daithi O’Donnell (Ros na Rún) / Kelly-Marie Ní Cheallaigh (Copper Face Jacks The Musical).
Directed & Choreographed by Debbie Kiernan. Set Design Vincent Bell. Costume Design Nicola Burke. Lighting Design Eamon Fox


- Please note tickets are non-refundable or exchangeable after purchase.
- €12 per device. One device per booking.
- A password protected link will be emailed to you at 1.30pm on your chosen date, giving you access until Midnight to watch as many times as you like.
- Do not click on the link in the email more than 3 times, to avoid being locked out. 
- Box Office Technical Support is available from 10am-6pm Monday-Friday and 1.30pm-3.30pm at weekends, by email at  If you wish to view the show outside of these times, we suggest you try your show link during these times on your chosen device to ensure it is working. It’s important that you test the link with the device on which you wish to view the show.
- If you would like to see this presentation on your television, you can connect your chosen streaming device (Laptop, PC, Tablet or Mobile), with a suitable cable to your television and then mirror your devices screen.  When you click the show link from your email, what you see on your device will be mirrored on your television.  If you are using a phone or a tablet you will need some form of adapter to HDMI/VGA which are widely available.
- IMPORTANT: Do not share your show access code! Your code can be used by your device only. Multiple usage of the code by different IP addresses will result in users being locked out of the show.

This production has been grant aided by the 'Live Entertainment Fund' from The Department of Tourism, Arts, Culture. Sport & The Gaeltacht

D15 Youth Theatre - Spring/Summer 2021

D15 Youth Theatre - Spring/Summer 2021

Jan - June 2021

Tue 19 Jan - Tue 29 Jun 2021

Like last year, we'll be live Zooming on Tuesday evenings, until we can return to work together in the same space hopefully later this year! Youth Theatre facilitators Emily Matthews along with Eimear Morrissey will continue to lead the group.

We will continue to work in fun and exciting ways exploring all things theatre, through improvised games, group work and the on-going explorations of themes of interest, just in a social distancing kind of way.  

Youth Theatre gives young people aged between 14-18 years a space to create, express themselves and explore ideas, every Tuesday evening either in person or on line. 

Please Note: D15 Youth Theatre Auditions usually take place in October of each year. Due to the ongoing health emergency and government restrictions, auditions have been postponed until further notice.  

For further information please contact Paula

Chance to Dance

Chance to Dance

With Jess Rowell & Create Dance featuring Traces Dance Ensemble

Fri 22 Jan - Sun 14 Feb 2021 5PM ONLINE // FREE


We are so delighted to share with you our latest film, ‘Chance To Dance’, made during 2020 with Draíocht’s Dance Artist in Residence Jess Rowell (March to November 2020), members of Draíocht’s Create Dance Project (estb. 2013) and guest dancers from Traces Dance Ensemble.

‘Chance To Dance’ explores and captures the power of communication through movement and the exchange of gestures between dancers in space and on camera.

Directed by Jess Rowell and captured by film artist Conor Donelan. 

Jess Rowell’s Dance Residency in Draíocht was supported by The Arts Council, with additional funding provided by Fingal County Council.

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Cancelled - The Secrets of Primrose Square

Cancelled - The Secrets of Primrose Square

Pat Moylan Productions. Written by Claudia Carroll

Fri 22 - Sat 23 Jan 2021 8PM ONLINE // €12 per device/household

We are really sad to inform customers that this event has been cancelled.
Our box-office team will be in touch with all ticket holders over the coming days to offer refunds or transfer of credit into Draiocht Gift Vouchers. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Please read our Current Covid19 Update HERE

Between Us There Is ...

Between Us There Is ...

With Jess Rowell & Brian McSweeney

Fri 29 Jan - Sun 28 Feb 2021 5PM ONLINE // FREE


For the second part of Jess Rowell’s Dance Residency in Draíocht, we share with you the much anticipated release of ‘Between Us There Is…’, a film featuring dance artist and project director Jess Rowell and Brian McSweeney, a dancer with Down syndrome and an original member of Traces Dance Ensemble (estb 2009). His journey into dance began 19 years ago and he continues to move audiences all over Ireland and beyond with his breathtaking presence and passion for movement.

With an original sound score written by Dublin based composer Stefan French, filmed by film artist Conor Donelan and lighting design by Eamon Fox, the work explores and celebrates the unique 13 year movement relationship between Jess and Brian and their shared passion for dance …

Jess Rowell’s Dance Residency in Draíocht was supported by The Arts Council, with additional funding provided by Fingal County Council.

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Create Dance Project - Spring 2021

Create Dance Project - Spring 2021

Sat 30 Jan - Sat 27 Mar 2021

Like last year, we start this year’s project in a virtual space, but we are looking forward to returning to move and dance together in the same space later this year! For now, we'll be live Zooming on Saturdays. 

Create Dance is a fun, innovative dance project, where the dancers love to dance and move and also have an intellectual disability. Dancers and facilitators, Mark Rogers & Conor Donelan, work together with participants and their parents to explore dance and free movement, ending each workshop with the all-important solo dance.

If you have a child with a love for dance and an intellectual disability please get in touch and we can add you to our list for future workshops. Email Paula, 
During term time, workshops are on Saturdays: Juniors (Age 6-12 yrs) 12.15PM-1.15PM and Seniors (Age 13-17 yrs) 1.30PM-2.30PM. Pre booking for this project is essential.

MORE ... Chance to Dance Film - Jess Rowell & Create Dance 2020

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