Now on at the Gate Theatre...
Previews From Friday 31st of March
Opening Night Wednesday 5th of April
Running Until 24th of June
Noël Coward’s classic tale of bitter sweet love is one of the true delights of theatre. Elyot and Amanda, who marry not wisely but too often, find themselves thrown back together again on their respective honeymoons still hopelessly and passionately in love. Their brief sojourn in her Paris apartment proves to them yet again, that in their case, though one should make love not war – it’s more fun to do both.
Saturday Matinees at 2.30 from 1st of April (please note there will be no matinee on April the 15th)
Selected Wednesday Matinees from 26th of April
About the Gate Theatre
The Gate Theatre has been, artistically and architecturally, a landmark building for over 250 years. Established as a theatre company in 1928 by Hilton Edwards and Micheál MacLiammóir, the Gate offered Dublin audiences an introduction to the world of European and American theatre and also to classics from the modern and Irish repertoire. It was with the Gate that Orson Welles, James Mason and Michael Gambon began their prodigious acting careers.