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A View From The Bridge

A View From The Bridge
by Arthur Miller

Opening on 8th September
Running until October 31st

Directed by Joe Dowling

Evening Show Monday to Saturday at 7.30pm
Matinees on selected Wednesdays and Every Saturday from September 12th at 2.30pm

We are delighted that this production of A View from the Bridge will also be part of the Dublin Theatre Festival.

For information on dates and tickets for the festival you can click here.

Arthur Miller was a giant of 20th century American theatre. With a writing career that spanned over 50 years, he will be best remembered for the classics Death of a Salesman, The Crucible, All My Sons and A View from the Bridge. Set in 1956, Brooklyn, New York. Longshoreman Eddie Carbone agrees to shelter his wife’s Italian cousins, Marco and Rodolpho, who have arrived to work illegally. But trouble begins when his orphaned niece Catherine becomes attracted to the charming Rodolpho. Familial love turns to sexual obsession and retribution ultimately leads to tragedy in Arthur Miller’s captivating tale of illicit desire.

Cast & Creatives


Director – Joe Dowling

Set Design – Beowulf Boritt

Costume Design – Joan O’Clery

Lighting Design – Malcolm Rippeth

Sound Design – Denis Clohessy


Cast (in alphabetical order)

Eddie Carbone – Scott Aiello

Catherine – Lauren Coe

Marco – Peter Coonan

1st Immigration Officer – John Cronin

Louis – Malcolm Douglas

Alfieri – Bosco Hogan

Mike – Dermot Magennis

Beatrice – Niamh McCann

Submarine – Terry O’Neill

Rodolpho – Joey Phillips
Submarine – Kevin Shackleton

2nd Immigration Officer – Stephen Swift



“Compelling” Irish Independent

“Beautifully designed” Irish Independent

“Powerful” Irish Independent

★★★★ Irish Mail on Sunday

“Memorable” Irish Mail on Sunday

“Wonderful” Sunday Independent

“Fascinating” The Herald

“Excellent” Sunday Business Post

“Perfect” Sunday Business Post

“Powerful” Sunday Business Post

★★★★ Sunday Business Post

“Superb” Sunday Times

“Gripping” Sunday Times

A View from the Bridge is kindly supported by RTE Supporting the Arts.