Combine a pasta dish and glass of wine or softdrink with a ticket for A Man Of No Importance at the Arts Theatre. ONLY £23.50 MORE INFO
PRE THEATRE DINNER AT KITCHEN ITALIA- Offering a refreshing, new approach to the more conventional Italian restaurant, Kitchen Italia is an all day, sleek, contemporary eaterie that dishes up delicious pasta dishes at great value for money.
Specialising in all of the different varieties of pasta native to specific Italian regions, each complemented with the perfect sauce from light and zingy to rich and robust. The menu takes you on a journey across Italy plus showcases some dishes that prove their influence in world cooking such as Spaghetti with meatballs and Macaroni Cheese. Other dishes include Tagliolini with black truffles, Mafaldine with spicy sausage and Polenta and wild boar ragu
A MAN OF NO IMPORTANCE- Following on its sell-out production at the Union Theatre, the Arts Theatre is delighted to announce the transfer to the west end for A Man of No Importance for a limited season only.
Based on a 1994 independent film starring Albert Finney, A Man Of No Importance is about the journey of self-discovery and acceptance of Alfie Byrne, a Dublin bus conductor who is prone to reciting poetry to the patrons on his bus. Alfie is also the director of the local community theatre, which operates out of a small parish hall in the neighborhood church. Alfie's passengers on the bus are also his performers: amateur thespians that come to see the magic the theatre offers through his eyes. MORE INFO