What's on at Fringe?
Attracta Tension, the glorious love child of Frankie Byrne and Mailbag, descends on Dublin from the Real Capital to share her Agony Aunt correspondence with you.
Laugh at divisions that society has imposed on people with and without disabilities, in a performance where questioning disabilities as an adult is not forbidden.
Having sold out shows in London, New York, and Edinburgh, Davey Reilly returns to Dublin with an hour of comedy about escapism, being dead and Volvo B5TLs.
A cast of comics and actors come together to read and perform Jurassic Park adapted into a weirdo radio play, no rehearsal, no prep and the script will be burned after.
A dark hearted comedy about guilt, trauma and ventriloquism sure to set tongues wagging.
One of the stars of Weimar’s increasingly infamous Giegling collective, Berlin DJ and producer Edward makes his Irish debut with a very special three hour live audio visual performance in the unique setting of D-Light Studios.
An original devised work led by director Luke Casserly deconstructing the controversial events surrounding the Kerry babies case of the 1980s.
With visual illusions by award-winning magicians, End Of. is a thought-provoking comedy about the very beginning of the very end of the world.
From MALAPROP, this is a show about memory (but not nostalgia). This is for people who want to be tickled, provoked, or have a brain and have ever worried about what it’s not telling them.
Everything Now fuses the physically brilliant with the awkward, combining formality and rigour of highly disciplined dance with elements of a 1960s happening.
Master of surreal nonsense and bohemian clownarchist Paul Currie presents his follow up to last year’s Dublin Fringe Festival smash hit, Release the Baboons.
A new musical about democracy, politics and fishbased confectionery products from writer / composer Fionn Foley.
Back to What's On