Focus on… Theatre Royal Waterford (Waterford, Ireland)


On Friday 18th October 2013, Icarus Theatre Collective will perform Shakespeare’s ‘Othello’ at the Theatre Royal Waterford.

Theatre Royal is one of Waterford’s longest running arts and entertainment venues!

It has been the traditional venue for creative activity for many generations. As such it is the home for long-established amateur societies and has hosted the Waterford International Festival of Light Opera since its inception in 1958. From the Shakespearian actor Edmund Kean to Waterford’s Tony Award winning actress Anna Manahan, Theatre Royal Waterford has seen many a successful actor tread its boards throughout the years.**


Theatre Royal Waterford is a beautiful Victorian theatre hidden inside a Georgian building and is one of Ireland’s oldest theatres. Close to the theatre there are iconic buildings such as The Bishops Palace, Christ Church Cathedral and the City Hall building. Alongside these buildings, Theatre Royal Waterford forms part of an architecturally impressive and historic quarter. This beautiful theatre has 434 seats with a proscenium stage and 3 seating levels.**


The proscenium stage creates a window around the scenery and performers. Combining this with the beautiful interior, it gives you as a visitor, an amazing view.**

Theatre Royal Waterford plays host to the best national and international touring artists and companies. We, as Icarus Theatre Collective, are extremely exited to bring our production of ‘Othello’ to this venue.**


Waterford is the oldest and the fifth most populous city in Ireland.

Icarus theatre collective ‘Othello’ performance date and time

 Friday 18th October @ 8.00pm.

Book tickets online here

or Call Box Office: +353 (0)51 874 402

Check out all the latest news and updates from Theatre Royal Waterford here:




Theatre Royal Waterford



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