The Victorian quarter is getting buiser everyday and there is always plenty to see and do. If you are planning a night out here are a few suggestions.


The Everyman Theater always have misture of Plays, comedy and music to choose from. Here’s what’s on in March.

Des Bishop: Mia Mamma

Don’t miss Des Bishop’s new show Mia Mamma, inspired by the ‘star’ of his life, his mother, who died in March 2019. Read More

Barry McGovern in Watt by Samuel Beckett

A wide-eyed stranger alights from a country train. The destination: Mr Knott’s house. The mission: to serve.  Samuel Beckett’s wit and wisdom combine in the story of a nomadic manservant in the house of his unseen master.

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Keith Barry: Insanity

Keith Barry returns to The Everyman with his brand new show!

This daring and audacious show features crazy and insane mind-reading, escapology and magic experiments designed to shock, amuse and amaze blurring the lines between sanity and insanity. INSANITY will push boundaries, and astonish even the most skeptical of audience members. See Details

Laura O’Mahony: The People’s Princess

Laura O’ Mahony’s The People’s Princess brings the angel Laura to The Everyman stage, which is a spotlight she has always deserved, of course. See Details

The Illegals with Niamh Kavanagh


Don’t miss The Illegals ‘Connections Tour’ with Niamh Kavanagh as they present their Ultimate Classic Rock Double Tribute to Eagles and Fleetwood Mac. Book Tickest at the Everyman

City Limits Comedy Club

If you are looking for a laugh then the City Limits comedy club is the place to go. Funny Fridays feature some of the best new acts and up and coming acts. The night is becming very popular with many hiarious surprises.

The main acts this month are Patrick McDonnell, Reginald D Hunter and Sean Walsh. Book Tickets Here