October 2022 at dlr Mill Theatre


Tuesday 4th – Saturday 8th October at 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Tickets:  €25/ €22

Dublin, 1971. Sisters tells the story of Bernadette Boland, a single mother shunned by her community, her sister Kathleen, a newlywed dreaming of a perfect life, and the youngest, Noleen, a shop girl eager to embrace the sexual revolution. When Bernadette takes a job at Gaj’s Restaurant, she gets swept up in the urgency of the times and the growing women’s liberation movement. Her journey to empowerment, the discovery of a broader sisterhood and the search for “home” will ultimately put everything at risk.   Suitable for age 15+.  Funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media Local Live Performance Programming Scheme.


Saturday 15th & 22nd October at 7.30pm

Tickets:  €22/ €20

 “Something wicked this way comes”.  In a nightmarish world savaged by war, the body count rises in a taut and explosive drama of naked ambition.  The celebrated soldier, Macbeth, haunted by demons of the mind, spirals out of control when the psychological scars of murder, drive him beyond redemption.  An extraordinary tale of a golden couple whose lust for power sees them unravel at the seams. Grief and madness, rips them apart. Haunted by supernatural forces and driven to extremes, Macbeth explodes in a bloody, claustrophobic minefield of ego, greed and ambition.  Directed by Geoff O’Keeffe, this contemporary, fast paced, and thrilling production is sure to engage and excite.  Supported by The Arts Council.  


Sunday 23rd October at 3pm


It’s Joe the Magician from RTÉjr! And he’s bringing his spectacular children’s comedy magic and illusion show to the Mill Theatre for one spectacular afternoon of mind boggling fun!


Saturday 29th October at 8pm

Tickets:  €24

 There’s a point beyond burnout where all you can do is laugh, and funnywoman Deirdre O’Kane has well and truly reached it. Catch her brilliant new stand-up show,


Sunday 30th October at 1pm and 4pm

Tickets: €9 

Being a vampire sucks but being Dracula’s younger brother is driving Jackula batty.  Join Jackula on a spooktacular quest to step out of his older brother’s shadow and become the world’s first fun vampire. Laugh as Jackula makes his pet ghost dance.  Gasp as Jackula balances five glasses of water on his face. Smile as children help perform spellbinding tricks.  An inspirational Halloween magic show about staying true to yourself.

To book for any upcoming productions go to www.milltheatre.ie or call box office on 01 2969340.  Those listed are subject to change so please check website for up to date information.

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