Dear Friends,

We are delighted to be back open and welcoming audiences into the venue once again.  Take a look at what is on offer to you in the coming weeks.  We cannot wait to see you!

Othello from Mill Productions, directed by Geoff O’Keeffe.  Strong central performances from an excellent cast in a muscular, visceral and highly accessible show will make this a satisfying theatre experience for all audiences.  Thursday 7th October- Friday 22nd October. Shows at 10am, 1.30pm & 8pm. Check booking page for date and time availability.  Public booking opens online on Saturday 18th September. Tickets €20/€18/€15



The exhibition features visual artworks in the gallery, a film installation in the Studio and is accompanied by a series of compelling poems in print form hung in the gallery. Framed by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and a reflection on themes of gender-based violence, racism, migration, colonialism, feminism, silence, womanhood and women’s rights as human rights, this exhibition presents artworks from artists working with Smashing Times International Centre for the Arts and Equality as part of State of the Art: The Nation state as both Violator and Protector of Human Rights, supported by The Arts Council of Ireland. These works tell stories of hidden voices, gender discrimination, racism and fear intertwined with courage, radical self-representation and love.  15th-22nd October, Tuesday- Friday, 11am-3pm

Balally Players Theatre Company present Enda Walsh’s play Bedbound, a two-hander about a father/daughter relationship gone horribly wrong. The play’s action takes place on a small child’s bed.  Dad talks frantically about his extraordinary past in furniture sales; Daughter talks no less compulsively about anything at all, to fill the terrifying silence in her head. Trapped in their own claustrophobic story, these two tortured creatures attempt to reach some kind of redemption.  23rd-24th October, 9pm. Tickets €12/€10


Antelope Productions Presents MOTHERLAND : Songs of 20th Century Women.  Performed by Edel Murphy (Celtic Woman, Riverdance) & a live band.  Featuring evocative projected images alongside thought-provoking spoken word, Edel Murphy performs iconic songs of struggle and celebration from such songwriting greats as Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Nina Simone, Kate Bush, Nanci Griffith, Dolly Parton, and The Beatles.  Following extensive tours with Grammy winning shows Celtic Woman and Riverdance, Edel Murphy and live band bring you through the Dustbowl of the Great Depression, into the homes of 1950s urban desperation, down streets of protest in the 1960s and into the tumult of the 21st Century. 3rd November, 8pm.  Tickets €22/€19


Funded by Creative Ireland and the Arts Council we have produced, with the needs of the Junior Cycle student firmly in mind, The Romeo and Juliet Projectwhich explores the play under the themes of Love and Conflict through an examination of key moments from the play. Rehearsal footage, insights into how director and designers make choices in terms of stage craft and excerpts from the play, will broaden the student’s understanding of the text and are very much examination focused. Interspersed with vox pops, character quizzes and trivia, this resource will be a fast paced, snappy and accessible learning tool. Please email for more information and to obtain a code accessing you to this resource from end of September onwards.


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We have three venues at dlr Mill Theatre Dundrum that will suit any production.

Mill Productions

Mill Productions is our inhouse production company which has been running since 2006. We strive to create audience focused work from both the Irish and international repertoire that is engaging, considered and insightful.

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