About

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The Lambert Puppet Theatre was established in 1972.

Eugene Lambert founder and Director of The Lambert Puppet Theatre had an interest in puppetry from a very early age, making his own ventriloquist dummy Frankie, which later developed into Finnegan the ventriloquist act.
In the early years with Finnegan, Eugene toured the UK and Ireland extensively and, in later years, he promoted Ireland for Irish Tourist Board, touring the USA, Japan and Australia.

Lambert Theatre Sign 1In Ireland, Eugene and his wife Mai had a large family comprising ten children. Rearing the ten children took a lot of work. Eugene supplemented his day job as refrigeration engineer with his “Punch and Judy Show” appearing in private houses and night time was taken up with appearing with his vent act Finnegan at gala concerts and dinners

The Lambert family participated in Jury’s Irish Cabaret for 7 years bringing topical puppet acts to the American audience.

Eugene and his wife Mai visited The Harlequin Puppet Theatre in Colwyn Bay and an International Puppet Festival in Prague, inspired by what they saw they decided to open a puppet theatre of there own, The Lambert Puppet Theatre.

Travelling to Lambert Puppet Theatre

  1. Location
  2. Parking
Clifton Lane, Monkstown, Co. Dublin

Ph. 353 (0)1 280 0974
Email: info@lambertpuppettheatre.com
Please note that there is no parking on Clifton Lane. On-street parking is limited in Monkstown village.

There is parking available in Salthill and Monkstown Dart Station, a 2 minute walk from the theatre

Donations

A family operated business for over 40 years, we are always thankful for any kind donations to help us continue to bring joy to generations of children.

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Links

Miriam Lambert Puppeteer
Miriam Lambert’s solo puppet company based in Kilkenny

International Puppet Festival Ireland
Ireland’s only festival dedicated to puppet theatre.

Theatre Forum Ireland
Advocacy group for the Irish theatre industry

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