What's on at Fringe?
Through theatre, performance and original songs, this highly entertaining new show from Pom Boyd and Sean Millar invites you to witness a sacred punk theatrical ritual.
Auto-Correbt have set themselves the challenge of performing every other show at this year's Dublin Fringe Festival. The only problem is that they haven't seen any of them.
The coming-of-age story of how being the preacher's son sent comedian Stephen Mullan on a wild journey that could have ended everything, but he survived to laugh about it.
Dublin’s statues get a head-turning makeover from acclaimed hat maker Margaret O’Connor.
Sep 08 - 16
At Split Ends salon, meet generations of Dublin women and hear the stories we can only tell our hairdresser.
Emotions and memories erupt when a young Irish couple reunite for 24 hours in New York City.
An intimate performance installation of a bittersweet monologue for two voices who are struggling to stay together.
A fun and heart-warming show about the magic of stories.
A laugh-a-minute farcical comedy about daily neglect and abuse at Peafield Hospital for the Elderly.
A laugh-out-loud dark comedy which asks: how far are you willing to go for your family?
A black comedy about the broken dreams of a former child star turned demented dance teacher.
An evening of drag performance where Ireland’s brand new queer communist party presents their political manifesto and bop their way towards a queertopian future.
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