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The Caretaker
by Harold Pinter

★★★★ Sunday Business Post
★★★★ Irish Mail on Sunday
★★★★ Irish Examiner

Matinees Every Saturday at 2.30pm
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Evening Shows begin at 7.30pm
Selected Matinees at 2.30pm

Gate Theatre Seating Plan
Gate Theatre Seating Plan
Please Note: The Gate Theatre auditorium has an Induction Loop system in place for the use of the hearing impaired. The Loop is installed in Rows D to J. To use the loop system, please turn your hearing aid to the "T" setting. If you have any queries regarding the Loop system or its use, please call the box office and we will be happy to advise you.

Lift access to the auditorium for patrons with mobility issues or who use a wheelchair, can be arranged by calling box office on the number below. We will ensure that your visit to the Gate Theatre is enjoyable and comfortable. 

The Box Office is open from 10.00am to 7.00pm Monday to Saturday. 

Email:  boxoffice@gate-theatre.ie
Call +353 1 874 4045

THEATRE CALENDAR

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The Caretaker
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Building on a long-established and close relationship between Harold Pinter and The Gate, we are delighted to present The Caretaker.

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NEXT AT THE GATE

Romeo and Juliet
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Shakespeare’s tragedy of teenage passions and civil strife comes crashing across The Gate stage next spring.

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COMING SOON

The Gigli Concert
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PW King is a 'Dynamatologist' caught between the demands of Mona his mistress, Helen, the unattainable love of his life, and an insatiable taste for vodka.

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RECENT PRODUCTION

Wuthering Heights
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Emily Brontë's classic tale of desire, love and revenge, set on the Yorkshire Moors, follows the life of the tortured romantic hero Heathcliff.

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