Coming this Autumn in the Lyric Theatre

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Coming up this Autumn at the Lyric..

Pride and Prejudice – The Musical

5 Sept – 6 Oct; various times

To celebrate the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, the Lyric Theatre and Cork Everyman present a sparkling new musical adaptation of this dearly loved novel. Starring Eastenders actor Neil McDermott.

£10 -£24.50

Re-energize
10 -21 Sept, 8pm
Naughton Studio

Written by one of Northern Ireland’s leading playwrights Gary Mitchell, ‘Re-energize’ is set thirty years after ‘Punk-tastic’ success of ‘Energy’, where a wannabe punk band rehearsed, bickered and tried to get their act together for that all-important first gig.
£12- £15

Lyric Readings

25 – 28 Sept
Naughton Studio

Reading of the play Bogwog by the Lyric’s Playwright-in-Residence, Abbie Spallen followed later in the month by readings of plays by Ulster playwrights.
£5

James Nesbitt – In Conversation with Mark Carruthers + guests

Sun 22 Sept, 7.30pm
Danske Bank Stage

Get up close and personal with Northern Ireland’s leading man, James Nesbitt, in an interview about his life and the bright lights of Hollywood.

£25


Doug Allan: Life Behind the Lens

Sun 29 Sept, 7.30pm
Danske Bank Stage

The award-winning cameraman Doug Allan whose TV credits include Planet Earth and Operation Iceberg will take you on an unforgettable evening talking about his experiences and showing incredible film footage on the big screen.
£12.50

Brian Keenan & Colin Reid in concert

Sun 29 Sept, 7pm
Naughton Studio

Two of Northern Ireland’s premier acoustic guitarists perform an evening of solos and new duets described as ‘stunning’ by The Irish Times.
£15

What the Ladybird Heard

Danske Bank Stage

Based on the award-winning picture book by Julia Donaldson & Lydia Monk
Two crafty robbers, one tiny ladybird, and a whole farmyard of fun!

£11; Family ticket £38

Brendan at the Chelsea

31 Oct – 10 Nov, 7.45pm and 2.30pm weekend matinees
Danske Bank Stage

Adrian Dunbar plays Brendan Behan in this warm and funny drama of an Irish national treasure – straight from a run off-Broadway in New York.
£15 – £24.50

Contact: www.lyrictheatre.co.uk or Lyric box office on 028 9038 1081

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