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Went to gaeity to see this play . My first time seeing a play and I laughed from the first scene . Actors were brilliant . Theatre is beautiful centrally located but was disappointed as only mentioned that we had restricted view when we printed...More
Martin McDonnagh's The Cripple of Innisman play which is currently running at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin is a fabulous night out. The cast is superb and McDonnagh's dark comedy is wonderful. It runs until the 9th March. Don't let it finish without seeing it. If...More
We went to see the play, cripple of innishmann in this beautiful theatre. Staff in bar and theatre were helpful, very respectful and friendly. The acting in the play was superb and sets production all very good, but script was poor. The humour was entirly...More
I have gone to the Xmas panto at the gaiety for the last 7 years.
The tickets are expensive but the panto is so good you can nearly excuse the price.
great songs, great jokes and as usually an outstanding cast.
What more can I...More
This Theater has a real "olden days" character feel to it. Like you have just stepped back in time with red velvet on the floors and walls, old railings, stairs and hallways like you would see in an old agatha christie movie (expecting Poirot to...More
I have just booked tickets for a show in the Gaiety next year and been forced to buy three tickets instead of the two I need as their policy is not to leave a single seat on their own but I counted 18 single seats...More
My husband and I went to "The Beatles" Review at the Gaiety Theatre while we were in Dublin. We were walking by, popped in the ticket office and bought a couple of tickets. The theatre is beautiful and the show was great. I'd say we...More
We went to the Gaiety theatre when we were in Dublin to see Riverdance. Great seats throughout with ample leg room and spacing of the seats to make it easy to see sound the person sitting in front of you. Beautiful theatre in a nice...More