What's on at Fringe?
Examining misplaced pity in all its guises, this is an irreverent look at what happens when a parent loses his sight while his daughter loses her mind.
A site-specific dance piece from choreographer Liz Roche and theatre maker Shane O’Reilly to mark the opening of the newly refurbished Goethe-Institut.
District Magazine brings you back to the halcyon days of rap, while exploring the realm of Ireland's underground hip hop culture.
Staging news articles published on 13th March 2012, Oneday is an experiment about what bears repeating and its relationship to subjectivity and storytelling.
An alternative rock cabaret of steamy musical delights and polemics.
Mixing live reading and recorded quadrophonic sound, this is an audio experiment for podcast lovers about a radio producer who finds 100-year-old Marconi Code books in a junk shop.
An unlikely scenario: the whole of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar performed by one woman accompanied by a single piano.
Having hosted and supported Peaches in the past, Mother’s throwing the official, unmissable, after show party to follow her incredible performance of Peaches Christ Superstar.
An installation series asking Dubliners for their questions; these questions are printed in huge letters and mounted onto a mobile scaffolding that moves around the city each day.
Sep 08 - 23
A poetic meditation with live musical accompaniment and original video projection, drawing you into the restorative ambience and rhythm of nature.
The Lir National Academy of Dramatic Art at Trinity College Dublin presents a showcase of new plays by this year’s graduating Master in Fine Art playwrights.
Sharp writing is blended with animation and videography in this surreal underwater experience about trying to be grown-up and wishing you were seahorse.
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