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The Last Five Years – There are two sides to every story

Music Theatre Ireland under the direction of David Wray of Thurles’ Phoenix Productions fame, returns to the Pavilion Theatre in Dublin with yet another emotionally powerful and intimate musical performance.

The Last 5 Years” chronicles the story of two young people, their diverging paths and the consequent demise of their five year relationship. The two stories are told from each individual perspective, providing insight into the most personal and honest of human emotions. Poignant, heartfelt and at times hilariously funny, audiences can not help but identify with this compelling story, which reflects our changing society, where choice and alternative options abound.

Set in New York City, The Last 5 Years is written by Tony award winning composer Jason Robert Brown and stars emerging Irish talent Ranae Von Meding in her professional debut, alongside Dublin born A.J O’Neill, who returns home following his successes in ‘Chicago’ in London’s West End.

Musically directed by David Wray, designed by Shawn E Boyle and directed by Joseph C. Walsh, Music Theatre Ireland promises to produce yet another fantastic production in Dublin, with the cream of Irish music talent, both on stage and as part of the six piece orchestra. This, the Irish premiere of The Last 5 Years is set to follow in the successful footsteps of ‘Songs for a New World’, ‘I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change’ and ‘A New York Songbook’.

This is one show for music lovers not to be missed.

Venue: Pavilion Theatre, Marine Road, Dun Laoghire.
Dates: Thursday 6th – Saturday 8th November – 8.00pm


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