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axis' Theatre is a 211-seater theatre based in Ballymun, Dublin. You can enjoy top-class entertainment in the form of Theatre, Music, & Comedy for less as our theatre tickets are some of the cheapest in Dublin. See below for our Theatre Listings. Or to view previous Theatre Listings click into our archive at the bottom of the page.

We are constantly updating our online booking system so you'll be able to book your theatre tickets on a real-time system dealt with in-house. For the cheapest prices on our theatre tickets call our box office on (01) 883 2100.  


2nd July 2016

The much loved fairy-tale Goldilocks and The Three Bears comes to life on stage in an unforgettable live stage production of song and laughter that the children will love.  Goldilocks, the Three Bears and Ruff the Dog perform live in this exciting and fun filled musical production which takes a few twists and turns along the way with other new puppet characters and hopefully a happy ever after.

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Slice The Thief 

28th July 2016
Slice: a funny, charming, everyday bike thief who does what he wants but today, he’s taken the wrong bike. 24 hours to get it back or he’s dead. The only problem is that the bike is now in the custody of an even bigger psycho than its rightful owner. The bike of his dreams leading to the day of nightmares. A whirlwind through the suburbs of Dublin at the speed of light. Beating the heart from your chest, where his past, present and future will all collide. Slice, the Thief. A dark comedy from the mind of Lee Coffey. Book Now

Damien Dempsey: Solo (On Sale Soon) 

21st August 2016

axis is delighted to welcome Damien back to Ballymun. Damien's loyal following identify with a singer who has emerged from Dublin's Northside with his powerful self-belief intact, and a storyteller's eye for detail in the writing and delivery of his songs.  His generosity of spirit, affiliation with those in need and the downtrodden, and recognition of their suffering, remains.

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21st September 2016 to 22nd September 2016
Fishamble: The New Play Company is an internationally acclaimed, multi-award winning company dedicated to new work for the theatre. Recent productions presented on major Irish and international tours include Inside The GPO by Colin Murphy, Tiny Plays for Ireland by 50 writers, Little Thing, Big Thing by Donal O’Kelly, and Underneath also by Pat Kinevane.  ‘Ireland’s terrific Fishamble’ (Guardian, 2015) is funded by the Arts Council and Dublin City Council. Its international touring is supported by Culture Ireland.  Book Now

Doug Allan - In the Company of Giants  

4th November 2016
"Big Animals are my passion." That's how multi-award winning cameraman, Doug Allan (Blue Planet, Planet Earth, Ocean Giants, Wild Cameraman at Work) introduces his new show - In the Company of Giants. What's it like to face a hungry polar bear and its cubs as they emerge from their den? Or to swim eye to eye with an enormous Southern Right Whale? How do you look for killer whales in vast reaches of the seas around Antarctica? Book Now

Dame Stuffy's Evening of Movies & Musicals 

5th November 2016 to 6th November 2016
Returning with her third show at axis, Stuffy is back! For a November treat that is sure to heat you up this winter. Join Stuffy and her amazing cast for another fun filled night of song, comedy, dance and crazy antics.
Strictly 18+
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Al Porter At Large 

3rd December 2016
Irish star Al Porter, as seen on BBC’s Live at the Apollo, follows up his hugely successful Edinburgh debut with a brand new show full of cheekiness, honesty & 
sparkling showmanship! Still living at home in Dublin, 23 year old Al has plenty of gossip from accidentally kidnapping his Godson to holidaying with twenty middle aged strangers! A feel good hour full of his trademark council-estate camp! 

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