Wonderland's production of The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde’s novel adapted for theatre - can be seen at Dublin's Cafe en Seine from April 27 to May 6.

This long-running and critically-acclaimed Dinner Theatre show has a new cast of Liam Hourican, Jim Roche and Fionn Foley who will debut at the upcoming run on Dublin's Dawson Street.

Actor, comedian and writer, Hourican plays Lord Henry in the production. Hourican's credits include the Oscar-nominated animated features Song of the Sea (2014) and The Secret of Kells (2009), and the lead role Dirk de Smet in the RTE Storyland hit, The Last Security Man (2011).

Playing alongside Hourican is his long-time comedy partner Jim Roche as Basil. The pair have collaborated together on many projects including Channel Four's Comedy Lab iCandy.

Recent Trinity College graduate Fionn Foley plays Dorian Gray.This second cast will play interchangeably with the shows original cast for future runs. The production combines food and drink - either Afternoon Tea or dinner - with an up-close-and -personal theatre experience at the Atrium Theatre.

Instead of using a traditional stage the actors perform amongst the audience, the floor space between the tables acting as the performance arena, creating a distinct 360 degree theatre experience.

Dinner and show performances take place on Monday April 27 and Tuesday 28, and on Monday May 4 and Tuesday 5. Doors open at 6.30pm. Two-course meal 7.00pm, show 8.oopm. Tickets, including dinner, cost €43.50.

Afternoon Tea and show performances will take place on Wednesday April 29 and Wednesday May 6. Doors 4.00pm, show begins at 4.30pm. Tickets, including afternoon tea, cost €28.50.

Tickets are on sale through Eventbrite.ie