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Dates: 19 Dec - 22 Dec

Show Time: 8.15pm (7pm, Sunday 22 December)

Tickets: €14 - €12 (19 December - all tickets just €10!)

Join us for a panto with a big difference and watch as ponydance unleash their time honoured and much loved irreverent approach to everybody’s favourite season.

With a host of special guests, compered by the ever-giddy MC Leoniepony, featuring the brand new PONYBOIS and the best of the best of ponydance.  Spend a night with us and remember why Christmas can be so much fun.

Please note – Performance on 22 December begins at 7pm

Early Bird – book before 9 December and save 25%!


Company Information

2013 saw ponydance touring the world, selling out shows from the American Dance Festival in North Carolina to Peggy Gordon’s Irish Bar in New Plymouth, New Zealand. This year saw the birth of the PONYBOIS, the mostly male, all champion, dance masters and a brand new show called Ponies Don’t Play Football.

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    • Directed by Leonie McDonagh
    • Designed by Ciaran O’Melia

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