The Theatre Royal is Ireland’s oldest continually operating theatre. Lovingly restored, this Victorian gem hidden within a beautiful Georgian building, is a jewel in the midst of Waterford’s Viking Triangle. The building opened in 1785 and included a playhouse and Assembly Rooms which were designed by famous Waterford architect John Roberts. The first performance on the opening evening was Shakespeare’s popular five-act comedy As You Like It. The Ball Room, which we today call The Large Room, was completed later in 1788.
Red Kettle Theatre CompanyTo continue to develop a sustainable company which will create a stimulating environment where a core company of actors can collaborate with artists, choreographers, composers, designers, directors, musicians, writers and others to make vital, vigorous and exciting theatre for audiences in Waterford, Ireland and Internationally.
Formally known as the Regal Cinema, Forum Waterford opened, after major renovations, in 1990 as an entertainment venue and went on to host top International Artistes such as Johnny Cash, Billy Connelly, Scissors Sisters, Calvin Harris as well as many of the Irish greats like The Corrs, Van Morrison and Christy Moore, to name a few.
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