Jimmy’s Hall

An Abbey Theatre Production | Adapted from Paul Laverty’s film script

‘We are delighted that we have been able to follow last year’s great success with another very big project. In July, our National Theatre, the Abbey Theatre will for the first time in its history, open a show in Limerick. Jimmy’s Hall, based on the Ken Loach film of the same name, is a re-telling of the true story of Letrim farmer Jimmy Gralton, the only Irishman deported from his own country. The show was first produced at the Abbey last year and was an enormous hit, playing to sold out houses throughout the summer. The performing company of actors and musicians have been brought back together to re-mount the show for a tour to Limerick, Cork, Galway and Dublin with the Lime Tree chosen to open the run.

The fact that the Abbey have chosen to open the show in Limerick indicates how important your support has been to our success. Once again, we are asking you to be sure not to miss the show – it will be well worth a night in from the undoubtedly glorious weather we are long deserved!’ Louise Donlon, Director, Lime Tree Theatre & Belltable

8 Performances only, running from July 14th – July 21st 

Preview Performance | Saturday, July 14th | 8pm | €20

Opening Performance | Monday, July 16th | 8pm | €32/25

Matinee Performance | Saturday, July 21st | 2.30pm | €25

NOTE *Sign language interpreted performance: Saturday July 21st, matinee show, 2.30pm