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"Theatre Lovett, one of the most imaginative and indispensable companies at work today."
The Irish Times 

"Bravura touches" 
The New York Times

"Tremendously entertaining"
The Guardian

Theatre Lovett produce work for all ages. We  tour extensively both nationally and internationally: amongst others, The Abbey Theatre Dublin, New Victory Theater New York, Sydney Opera House, Arts Centre Melbourne, Southbank Centre London, Traverse Theatre Edinburgh, The Kennedy Center Washington, The Wallis Annenberg Center Los Angeles, The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Philadelphia and more. May 2019 saw us completing an extensive North American tour supported by Culture Ireland with a return visit Spring 2021.  

The Steadfast Tin Soldier (see under SHOWS)

OPERA Premiered and toured our co-production with Irish National Opera and The Abbey Theatre of Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel in Spring 2020. 

Touring 2021

2021 North American Tour of The Girl who Forgot to Sing Badly 
For details contact our agents at  Holden & Arts Associates, Austin, TX 78765


"Easily the best family entertainment on stage right now."
The Irish Times

"The theatrical equivalent of going to bed on Christmas Eve."
The Sunday Times

"Bravura touches" 
The New York Times

"With true comic spirit, Theatre Lovett defies all age groupings to appeal to everybody."
The Irish Independent

[FRNKNSTN] "A gripping adaptation…eloquently written and staged."
The Guardian

"The Girl who Forgot to Sing Badly not only works, it wows."
The New York Post

"A rich rewarding symphony."
The Irish Times

"A theatrical treat. Striking, stunning, superbly sublime."
The Arts Review

"A Feast of Bones is a fantastically realised show."
The Irish Times

"Absolute magic."
The Melbourne Leader

"Riotously inventive."
The Scotsman

"Sparkling piece."
The Sunday Times

Judges Special Award nominee  Irish Times Theatre Award



The Arts Council

Proudly Supported By:

Dublin City Council RTE Supporting The Arts Rough Magic Irish Theatre Institute Culture Ireland Irish Rail