Must see musicals coming to Dublin as restrictions ease 1 week ago

Must see musicals coming to Dublin as restrictions ease

It's so close.

The world is reopening and live entertainment is making its way back, so what better way than to book as many tickets to as many shows as we can.

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With live entertainment comes live theatre, and musicals are making their way back to the stage.

While theatre was allowed to open to an audience of 50 people, many shows still got rescheduled and when it came to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, where most are homed, they've pushed back their reopening until September 21st.

As we count down the days until we get to head back inside, we've compiled a list of the shows that are coming to Dublin over the next year that you need to see.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Follow Brad and Janet as their car breaks down outside a creepy mansion leads to the strangest of events, especially when they are introduced to Dr Frank'n'Furter.

The Halloween cult classic is returning to the Bord Gáis from October 4th to 9th with tickets from €18.50.

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The six wives of Henry VIII take to the stage to tell their stories, think X-Factor meets royalty and you're halfway there. Celebrating girl power, this will really be one you'll regret missing.

The West End smash is coming to the Bord Gáis from October 12th to 16th with tickets from €23.50.

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Heathers: The Musical

 

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Veronica Sawyer is a nobody before she meets the Heathers and gets a taste of the popular life, but when JD shows her how deadly it can be being a nobody, it gets a lot deadlier than she expected.

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This movie turned musical is coming to the Bord Gáis from October 19th to 23rd with tickets from €35.

The Book of Mormon

From the creators of South Park and music by the composers of Frozen, this is a collab you need to see. Follow two Mormons as they head on their mission a long way from their home in Salt Lake City.

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The Tony-winning show is coming to the Bord Gáis from November 3rd to December 4th with tickets from €26.

Les Miserables

Telling the stories of those fighting in the French revolution, this Broadway classic is finding a home once again at the Bord Gáis.

The classic is returning to the Bord Gáis from February 8th to 26th with tickets from €31.

Chicago

 

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Another Broadway classic, Velma Kelly goes from star to convict, while Roxie Hart does the opposite in this 1920s themed musical phenomenon.

The iconic show is returning to the Bord Gáis from April 5th to 16th with tickets from €21.

Sister Act

The story of one girl's life-changing moment when she witnesses a murder and is hidden in protective custody at a convent. Helping the sisters find their voices, she ends up finding her own.

This hilarious show is coming to the Bord Gáis from May 10th to 22nd with tickets from €21.

Bring It On: The Musical

The hit 2000s film turned musical, this show is all about friendship and competition, not to mention the music is by none other than Lin Manuel Miranda.

Starring Love Island's Amber Davies and Louis Smith, this is coming to the Bord Gáis from May 24th to 28th with tickets from €21.

Waitress

Jenna dreams of a different life than working at the diner, but her life only gets more complicated when she meets her new doctor and makes her way to true happiness, with the help of her two pals Becky and Dawn.

The Tony-nominated show is coming to the Bord Gáis from June 7th to 18th with tickets from €21.

School of Rock

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Yes, the hit film is a musical now - and Andrew Lloyd Webber is behind it all. When Dewey Finn is stuck for cash, he poses as a music teacher and ends up creating a rock band with his students and heads to the battle of the bands.

This memorable show is coming to the Bord Gáis from June 21st to July 2nd with tickets from €21.

Bedknobs and Broomsticks

Three orphans are evacuated during wartime London to live with the mysterious Eglantine Price, and their world takes a turn when they discover he's a trainee witch and join him in defeating the enemy with the perfect spell.

The Disney musical is returning to the Gaiety from March 23rd to 27th with tickets from €19.