What’s on in Dublin in November

Dublin in November is another month of packed entertainment so wrap up and get out of the house for a pre-Theatre ~ Concert ~ Show ~ Gig / Early Bird dinner in Whitefriar Grill.

Here are some of the highlights:

John B Kean’s The Matchmaker is at The Gaiety 5th – 10th Nov

with Mary McEvoy & Jon Kenny the play follows the efforts of Dicky Mick Dicky O Connor to make matches for the lonely and lovelorn. Keane, an avid observer of people and the cultures that bind and create their view of the world uses “The Matchmaker” as an exploration of rural loneliness. Aware that generations of people became masters of their own destinies late in life, and only then began to look for companionship and love, once their duties as minder of aging parents were concluded or they had finally inherited, or were the left over brother or sister. More Here


The Nutcracker, The Gaiety 14th to the 17th Nov

Ballet Ireland brings one of the most loved festive season ballets to The Gaiety in November.  Performed by an international cast of world-class dancers, The nutcracker appeals to audiences of all ages, with its fairy tale magic, Tchaikovsky’s beloved & sumptuous score, beautiful costumes, and a tale of wondrous adventure – combining to form one of the most delectable Christmas confections imaginable.  More Here


The Olympia hosts a swath of acts this November

An Evening with Eric Cantona October 30th & Nov 1st

One of the most influential footballers of all time takes to the stage for a handful of selected UK & Irish dates, including a stop off at The Olympia Theatre on Tuesday 30th October and 1st November. More Here


The Stylistics Saturday 3rd November.

The Stylistics, the band who gave us the love hits that defined a generation are back in Dublin. One of the great live bands of all time return to play all their hits from “Betcha By Golly Wow”, “Sing, Baby Sing”, “You Are Everything”, “You Make Me Feel Brand New”, “I’m Stone In Love With You” and many many more. More Here

Rich Hall 11th November

Rich Hall’s critically acclaimed new show begins its second leg of touring. There has never been a better time to be an American comedian to be on tour, and he is making a stop at the Olympia Theatre! The Hoedown begins as a withering dissection of Trump’s America, but ends up being a celebration of Americana.


Deacon Blue 14th November

The last 5 years of Deacon Blue have seen a creative surge, and the band’s renaissance, with three new albums released in quick succession, 2016’s studio album ‘Believers’ became their highest charting album in 23 years. ‘To Be Here Someday’ is a tour that celebrates the band’s entire career, and will see them play some of their biggest ever shows.

Ricky Ross says: “This will be the first we have toured without a new album in over five years and the announcement happens to coincide with 30 years of Deacon Blue so we’re going to make the tour a celebration of 30 years of the band. It’s an opportunity for us to plays songs from Raintown all the way through to Believers.” More Here