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Tom and Trish have celebrated their silver wedding anniversary but what happens when he wakes up with a strange woman beside him and she tells him she’s his wife?
A reinterpretation of Teresa Deevy's play The King of Spain's Daughter, through Irish Sign language, in a visually stuinning immersive performance.
Teen Dream brings together the best in music, spoken word and performance to an old warehouse space, showcasing some of the brightest teenage lights, as well as introducing established artists to a teenage audience, and although the event has teenagers as its focus, it’s open to all.
Using his diaries as reference, James Moran shines a light on Pope Urban II’s innermost thoughts through live performance, script readings and lecture from the pulpit.
Choreographer Luke Murphy examines our giant leaps forward in science and medicine – and the backs we stepped on to get there.
A dark, comedic odyssey by emerging absurdist writer / comedian Hannah Mamalis about beached whales, black holes and the redeeming power of eggs.
From the makers of Fringe Award-winning shows My Name is Saoirse and Overshadowed comes compelling new writing combined with an edge-of-your seat experience.
A new drama by Karen Cogan marking the debut production from Cathal Cleary and Saileóg O’Halloran’s theatre company, MOMMO.
Europe’s favourite-ish pop star XNTHONY is back. This time he’s getting hitched! Bring your dancing shoes. Dress to wow.
An hallucinogenic riff on Shakespeare’s last play; A West-Kerry Tempest.
Part gig, part theatre, part documentary, this verbatim pop-opera exhumes its singing ghosts from the transcript of a 2002 RTÉ interview with Anne (aged 90) and Catherine (aged 88), who were raised by their grandmother Lady Augusta Gregory in Galway.
An explosion of spoken word, sci-fi and sisterhood as two sisters are about to experience the end of the world in Dublin.
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