What's on at Fringe?
Chockablock full of vaudevillian fun and games, voyage to the artist’s ancestral self with never-before-told stories, half-truths, half-fictions and brand new songs.
Get your laughing gear round some of the bestest tried and tested comics around, hosted by the UK’s Comedy Club 4 Kids fantabulous Tiernan Douieb.
American comedian Erin McGathy plays every suspect in this murder mystery set in California wine-country
The true story of a Belfast boy’s journey through puberty with no father to help him through and a giant ball to weigh him down.
Part rave, part theatre, this highly anticipated collaboration offers you an immersive experience like no other.
A demystifying trip of intrigue at the edge of the cosmos, a powerful piece of theatre fusing sound, dance, film, romance, and a hapless hero called King.
Normal seeks to ask and answer questions about the role of people living with autism in modern Ireland.
THEATREclub and NINE CROWS are asking you to come and hear their story in NOT AT HOME; an installation, a performance, a witnessing space, a waiting room - a calm place for the undecided, for those who have made up their minds and for those who need some space to think.
A series of vibrant visual art works in a range of mediums including painting, photography and sculpture in reaction to the story, an exhibition exploring confessions, vulnerability and Dublin wit.
Sep 14 - 21
Winner of Best Production at Dublin Fringe Festival 2015, Opera Collective Ireland (formerly IYO) showcase some of Ireland’s best young singers in a daring staging of this gripping psychodrama.
From brand new theatre collective Felicity, this interdisciplinary performance is intimate, cosmic and thrilling, focusing on absence, loss and a mysterious being: Papini.
Set in the most Northern part of Europe where daylight ceases to exist, Polar Night visits a world that borders on the supernatural, where suicide rates are high and blackness is plenty.
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