SABA’s Festival Feeds For Theatre Festival
SABA is delighted to be involved once again in the Ulster Bank Theatre Festival. “Festival Feeds” runs in SABA for the duration of the festival from the 29th September to 16th October 2011. All you have to do is present your theatre tickets and receive a 10% discount off your food bill.
Treat yourself to the best the city can offer at a fraction of the price. Special promotions rates will be available to Festival-goers from a range of the city’s best restaurants over the Festival period. Just mention Festival Feeds when booking or when you are paying your bill to avail of this special offer in Saba and receive 10% discount off your bill!
“Where in the world do you find the most critically engaged theatre community? St Petersburg? New York? Berlin? For my money, it’s almost certainly Dublin”. Mark Fisher, The Guardian
Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival is Europe’s oldest specialist theatre festival and has been on the world’s Festival calendar since 1957! The Festival stages major international theatre of scale and has hosted productions by the world’s most highly regarded artists, while also premiering work by the giants of Irish theatre. The Irish programme in the past has been made up of shows by some of Ireland’s most respected artists including Seamus Heaney, Roddy Doyle, Brian Friel, Sebastian Barry, Enda Walsh and Tom Murphy. International artists who have appeared at the festival include Ciarán Hinds, Vanessa Redgrave, James Cromwell, Neve Campbell and Geoffrey Rush. Within the theatre festival, we present many different programme strands which incorporate everything from music to dance, from cutting-edge theatre to the biggest shows on Broadway! Our mandate is simple. If its the best in the world, it’s coming to the Festival!
Asides from hundreds of main-stage productions, we also present a multitude of special events which includes masterclasses from the world’s top practitioners, artist development programmes, film screenings, symposiums, schools workshops and panel discussions.
In 2011, the Festival will present 553 performances in 25 venues from and will set Dublin city ablaze with the most invigorating exciting theatre in the world.
Please see the list of venues which are hosting shows: