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axis arts centre & community resource centre - Theatre, Gallery, Classes & Arts Development

axis is an arts centre & community resource centre based in Ballymun, Dublin. Welcome to our website. Check out this month's highlights below for our TheatreGallery Arts Development, or for full listings of what's coming up in axis, click what's on in the top left hand corner. Our arts centre consists of a Theatre, Dance Studio, Art Room, Gallery, Music Studio, Music Rehearsal Rooms & our community resource centre consists of a Café, Creche, Conference Centre & a number of Community Development Organisations. For more info on any of the services we provide in either arts centre or our community resource centre, email

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3rd May 2016

Spike Milligan’s Puckoon 

Based on the book by Spike Milligan, this comic masterpiece is an irreverent and hilarious story which takes the mick, celebrates the absurd, and paints a picture of a simple life that borders on the ridiculous. The show’s previous sell-out tours had audiences all across Ireland screaming with laughter at its Goonish blend of theatrical anarchy, musical wit, and impossible plot. Ireland 1922, and the Ulster Boundary Commission has drawn the new border straight through the small town of Puckoon. With the church separated from its own graveyard and drink now thirty percent cheaper in one corner of the pub, life in the newly divided village will never be the same again. Book Now

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6th May 2016 to 7th May 2016

Maloney’s Dream. Brionglóid Maloney  

To mark the centenary celebrations of the 1916 Rising, Branar have created a new show for audiences of all ages called Maloney’s Dream. Maloney's Dream is set against the background of the Easter Week 1916. Thaddeus Maloney has a dream to open a new hotel in Sackville St (now O'Connell Street) on Easter Monday 1916. With a fantastically talented ensemble cast, this will be a treat of a show for all ages. It’s a bilingual show that is jam packed with live music, physical theatre, puppetry and brimming with historical references. Book Now


1st May 2016 to 31st May 2016


Bealtaine celebrates creativity as we age. This year’s celebration in axis will include a specially curated group show of work from artists aged 55+. The exhibition displays the wealth of talent and invention existing in the art groups and individuals over 55 years in our community.



Classes at axis

axis has a number of classes in Art, Drama, Dance and Music. Click here to find out what classes take place on what days, what age they are for and how much it is per class. For more information on how to enrol in any of these classes please contact axis reception on (01) 883 2100.

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