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Last Chance To See These Concerts And Shows

by Jade Hanley
02nd Dec 2017

Looking to catch an end of the year concert, play or show? Then make sure to get your hands on these exciting tickets before they’re all sold out!


Let The Right One In

Showing at The Abbey Theatre, Dublin from the 1st of December to the 6th of January, this supernatural thriller and coming-of-age love story from the makers of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a must-see. Tickets from €25.

Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets Live In Concert

Fan of Harry Potter? Who isn’t? The second magical tale from J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World will be brought to life at 3 Arena Dublin on 6th December, tickets from €54.65.

The Nutcracker

This year the Irish National Youth Ballet will surprise and delight you with everything from snowflakes to Russian, Arabian and Spanish dances culminating with the Waltz of the Flowers. Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin from the 8th-10th December,  from €22.

E.T the Extra-Terrestrial/RTE National Symphony Orchestra

The RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra (RTÉ NSO) presents Steven Spielberg’s cinematic masterpiece E.T. with a live orchestra for the first time at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre on Saturday, 9 December 2017, tickets from €21.

Yurodny Ensemble: Wave

Founded in 2007 by saxophonist and composer Nick Roth, the Yurodny Ensemble perform contemporary interpretations of traditional music from around the world alongside new work by composers inspired by these traditions. This amazing concert is on in the Pavilion Theatre, Dublin on the 13th December, tickets from €20.

Imelda May

Imelda May, born and raised in The Liberties, has become one of Ireland’s most celebrated female artists in history and she’s playing in the 3 Arena Dublin on 22nd December, tickets from €44.

The Sound Of Music

Bill Kenwright’s production of one of the greatest family musicals of all time is on at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre from Tuesday 19th December 2017 – Saturday 6th January 2018,  tickets from €21.

It’s A Wonderful Life

This moving and beautifully told film is a true masterpiece of cinema and perfect family Christmas outing. It’s screening at The Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire on 21st December, tickets from €7.50.

The Glory Of Christmas

Enjoy an evening with family and friends, and join in on all your Christmas carols on  23rd December at the National Concert Hall, tickets from €26.50


A brand new production of the classic family musical featuring Katherine Lynch as Miss Hannigan for 11 performances only, December 27th – January 3rd,  tickets from €29.


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