Simon Ryan Theatre Schedule Of Events

Royseven Workshop

Royseven Workshop

January 18th at 4.45pm

Royseven will hold a workshop for young people age thirteen to eighteen years of age on January 18th at 4.45pm.

This event is co-funded by South Tipperary County Council Arts Service & Tipperary Excel. The workshop will be a one-hour interactive discussion about the band’s journey from beginning to the present day. It will refer to topics such as writing songs, securing a record deal, touring, making videos, the reality versus the myth of being in a band, illegal downloading and a few funny anecdotes along the way. Admission is free of charge.

Reelin In The

Showband Years

January 25th at 8pm

The smash hit show Reeling in the Showband Years tours again and will bring you back in time to the magical showband era. With RTÉ’s Ronan Collins as compére and with Dickie Rock singing all his hits; DJ Curtin direct from Las Vegas; Lorraine McDonald of The Conquerors Showband & Tommy and Jimmy Swarbrigg, Eurovision stars.

Admission is price at E28 while group concessions are available.


January 28th

at 10.30am & 1.30pm

Theatre Royal presents the Macbeth Review. The review is based on selected scenes chosen by teachers with a focus on the current leaving cert exams revision.

Theatrical facilitator Liam Meagher (Little Red Kettle) prompts discussion with the students to provoke critical reaction to what the students are seeing. Directed by Ben Barnes (formerly The Abbey Theatre). Admission is priced at E8 for students while teachers can attend free of charge.

Tuesday’s With Morrie

February 1st-2nd at 8pm

Based on the best Selling novel Tuesday’s With Morrie is the autobiographical story of Mitch Albom an accomplished journalist driven solely by his career and Morrie Schwartz his former college professor. Admission is priced at E16 while group concessions are also available.

The Producers

February 18th-23rd

at 8pm

Max Bialystock was once the king of Broadway, but now all his shows close on opening night.

Things turn around when he’s visited by the neurotic accountant Leo Bloom, who proposes a scheme tailor-made for producers who can only make flops: raise far more money than you need, then make sure the show is despised.

The cost of admission is to be confirmed at a later date.