International touring is part of Landmark’s DNA.

With the support of Culture Ireland, and our co-producing partners, the company’s work has been seen in venues from the Barbican, National Theatre and Royal Opera House in London, to St Ann’s Warehouse, Irish Arts Center, BAM and the Park Avenue Armory in New York.

The following productions – ranging from large-scale productions to one-man shows – are currently available to tour.

Theatre for One

by Marina Carr, Stacey Gregg, Emmet Kirwan, Louise Lowe, Mark O’Rowe, Enda Walsh
Abbey Theatre, Dublin Theatre Festival
28 Sept - 10 October 2020
★★★★★ 'bracing, thought-provoking and intimate-as-a-whisper'
The Irish Times

Breakfast on Pluto

a dazzling new musical
based on the novel by Patrick McCabe
World Premiere July 2021
World premiere production written by Bob Kelly and composed by Duke Special. Directed and co-created by Des Kennedy.

Blood in the Dirt

by Rory Gleeson
November 2019
★★★★ 'visceral and powerful in equal measure'Irish Examiner

Asking for It

by Louise O'Neill
adapted by Meadhbh McHugh in collaboration with Annabelle Comyn
Cork | Dublin | Birmingham
June 2018–February 2020
'it is worth the hype'Irish Independent

The Approach

written and directed by Mark O'Rowe
Dublin | Cork | Edinburgh
February–August 2018
'Three of the finest performers of their generation'The Irish Times

Postcards from the Ledge

by Paul Howard
Dublin | Limerick | Cork | Galway
October 2017–February 2019
★★★★ ‘two hours of unadulterated fun’Irish Daily Mail

The Second Violinist

a new opera by Donnacha Dennehy and Enda Walsh
Galway | Dublin | London | Amsterdam
July 2017–March 2019
★★★★★ ‘exhilarating blend of opera, theatre and film … extraordinary… thrilling’The Guardian


written and directed by Enda Walsh
Galway | Dublin | New York
July 2016–May 2017
'riveting fever dream of a play … bravura performances … dazzling video montage'The New York Times


written and directed by Enda Walsh
Galway | Dublin | Cork | London | New York
July 2014–January 2018
‘strange and funny and manic and very, very dark …essential viewing’The Irish Times