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Join us to celebrate our fifteenth anniversary celebration! There will be music, laughter and mystery in our usual great sample of contemporary plays from Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales. And it's happening all season in the Louis Bluver

Help Inis Nua support the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater Delaware Valley Chapter. Join us on October 17th at 7pm for a special performance of The Monster in the Hall. $5 from every ticket will go directly to the MS Society. We will

For us, you get one great night of hilarious musical theatre. We have had an absolute blast this past week welcoming our cast of The Monster in the Hall into rehearsal and sinking our teeth into this funny and bizarre play.

ACCESS Cardholders (those Pennsylvania residents who monitor their government issued benefits with an ACCESS card), are invited to use their cards at Inis Nua Theatre, for a deeply discounted rate.

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We sat down with The Monster In The Hall director Claire Moyer to discuss Inis Nua's upcoming play with songs:

 

What were some of the most important themes and ideas you wanted to make sure to get across?

Join Inis Nua and cast members of The Monster in the Hall (our upcoming October play with songs) for a jam session and gin tasting. Meet, mingle and rock out. If you have an acoustic instrument, join in. If you’re a bit shy, feel free to sit back

Get your tickets NOW! Inis Nua is back at Fergie's Pub (1214 Sansom St.) for Pop-Up Play in a Pub. It's a short play and a terrific early night out,
complete with adult beverage and meat or veggie pie. Doors open at 6pm. Performance 

Critics love Our Few and Evil Days. You'll love it, too! Join us through May 13th in the Proscenium Theatre at the Drake for the American premiere of the Barrymore Recommended play,

Our Few and Evil Days, by renowned Irish playwright Mark O'Rowe, comes to Inis Nua in just a little over a month! Meet the key players who make this production truly exceptional:

This Wide Night caps off Inis Nua's Reading Series: Unheard Women's Voices, giving us a glimpse into the lives of those who society locks out of sight. Following the lives of two former prisoners, the