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It wouldn’t be Christmas without a visit to the Gaiety Panto! 

Join us as we take you on a magical carpet ride to this year's Gaiety Pantomime, Aladdin. 

An Arabian tale of true love, magic wishes and dastardly dealings, this year's Panto will excite and delight all ages with the extra helping of song, dance, slapstick and laughter that you would come to expect from the Gaiety's festive extravaganza.

The mystical 'Cave of Desire' holds the magic lamp that can only be recovered by one of true heart. Our hero Aladdin, is tricked by his devious "Uncle" into retrieving the lamp and we enter a world of wonder and awe as our 'Genie of the Lamp' makes his wishes come true. However, be careful what you wish for as you may end up with more than you bargained for…!

With a stellar cast of favourites including Joe Conlan as 'Widow Twankey' and Nicholas Grennell as 'Abanazer' we also introduce to you West End talent Julian Capolei as 'Aladdin' and the gorgeous 'Suzie Seweify' as 'Princess Jasmine'.

This is no ordinary panto, it's the Gaiety Panto!

Tickets from €19.50 (including booking fee and restoration levy) are on sale now from Ticketmaster and the Gaiety Theatre Box Office. 

Performances from November 24, 2019 until January 5, 2020.

The Gaiety Theatre has hosted the annual Christmas Panto each year since 1873.

Today, families come from far and wide to experience the Gaiety Christmas Panto and for many it has become as much a family Christmas tradition as Santa himself!



It played to sell-out audiences in Cork and now God Bless The Child, a play based on Frank O'Connor's hilarious short stories, is coming to Dublin's Gaiety Theatre.

The play runs from March 31st – April 11th and we have a pair of tickets to give away.

Simply follow our Facebook page, like this post and tag a friend to enter. And remember… sharing is caring! Sx



It’s just been revealed that the gorgeous actor Hugh Jackman could be coming to Dublin this Friday, to see the play; Irish Dirty Laundry at the Smock Alley Theatre.

Apparently the X Men star is flying in to see his acting teacher who has both written and directed the play.

Hugh previously promoted Chris Edmund’s play on Twitter asking his followers to “get along if you can”.

It seems likely that Hugh could be attending the play in Dublin as he is in London this week for Wimbledon and sources revealed that he plans on flying over from the UK for the play.

“Two tickets have been booked under the director’s name for the Friday performance, and he won’t tell anyone who it is.”

Eek! So the gorgeous Aussie could be arriving on Irish shores this Friday!