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    69 O’Connell Street, Limerick, Co. Limerick




    +353 (0) 61 953 400

  • Executive Director

    Louise Donlon

  • Programme Manager

    Sarah Lynch

  • Marketing and Development Manager

    Gillian Fenton

  • Marketing Executive

    Sadhbh McCoy

  • Marketing Assistant

    Eilis Walsh

  • Box Office Manager

    Sharon Kiely

  • Operations Manager

    Rachel Ryan-Keating

  • Technical Manager

    Jay Kavanagh

  • Technical Assistant

    Gary Lysaght

  • Box Office Assistant

    Caitríona Finn

  • Programming Policy

    The Belltable presents performances by artists working in theatre, film, music (all genres) and the spoken word. It encourages emerging and established artists to create new and innovative work and to present this work to the public. As well as the 220-seat theatre, the Belltable Hub contains two rehearsal spaces and a hot desk room available for use by artists of all disciplines. Our theatre development programme BelltableConnect supports artists in the development of new work.


Play Title Playwright
Anything But Love Mary Coll Kate O'Brien
Excitement Jim Culleton Maeve Binchy
Adapted by Jim Culleton from a short story by Maeve Binchy.
Shock and Awe Mike Finn . Homer
From Homer's 'The Iliad'.
The Ante Room Kevin O'Connor
An adaptation of the novel by Kate O'Brien.
The Crunch Terry Devlin Mike Finn Molière
Adapted from Tartuffe by Molière.
The Revenger's Tragedy Mike Finn Thomas Middleton
The Trickster Harriet O'Carroll Molière
An adaptation of Les Foubieres De Scapin by Molière.
The Whisperers Elizabeth Kuti Frances Sheridan
Frances Sheridan's 'A Trip to Bath' as completed by Elizabeth Kuti.
Tottenham Court Road Jim Culleton Maeve Binchy
Adapted by Jim Culleton from a short story by Maeve Binchy.