What's on at Fringe?
A physical theatre comedy that whizzes back and forth through time to find out what it means to be British, German or Irish today.
Durational live art performance exploring the ways in which women taking up space, physically, vocally, socially, politically and economically.
Hooker by day, performer by night, Director of Sex Workers Alliance by the balls. This feminist thought she was a hippy, but really she was just poor.
Two days of debates, comedy, and installations exploring the role of artistic dissent and causing offence to celebrate the fact that we’re all free to disagree.
A theatrical space odyssey following a lone astronaut’s search for hope in the infinite abyss.
An intimate, site-specific music-theatre piece set in a hotel room that questions the essence of communication and what contributes to its breakdown.
Irish Theatre Institute invites theatre and dance companies who are presenting work at Dublin Fringe Festival to its annual networking event, INFORMATION TOOLBOX, where you can grow your network of connections and meet presenters from across Ireland and guests from international organisations.
Following three young men as they grow up on Dublin's northside, this new play is an unflinching exploration of the Irish psyche.
A satirical journey through the trials and tribulations of rape culture in Ireland.
A new play about savage craic and busted feathers on the streets of Cork City.
Based on the true story of comedian PJ Gallagher's childhood growing up in a house with six men with schizophrenia.
Wonderful off-beat comedy that provides a whistle stop tour of the hilarious and unique aspects of our Irish culture.
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