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Part anthem, part campfire story and part instructions for the dismantling of the gender stories we tell ourselves and each other by storyteller Ivan Coyote and an all-tomboy band.
As two writers type out observations of the world unfolding around them, a town choir receives these observations and sings them out to the public.
Sep 16 - 17
Post-popular prodigy Lucy McCormick and her Girl Squad present a trashstep-dubpunk morality play for the modern world.
A pop-up city of stories at Barnardo Square, Dame Street.
A world premiere from multi-awardwinning cult comic Shenoah Allen (Pajama Men) known globally for his uncanny ability to switch between dozens of outrageous personalities on a whim.
Dubliner Mary Jane gets sucked into the underground world of New York’s club scene, she gets into some sticky situations as she looks for love in all the wrong places, running through life along the edge of a knife.
Five musicians allow an entire audience to become part of the tribe. Exploring rhythm, timing, sound, play and communication: come be the show.
We’re All Mad Here arises from the concern of intervening in a different space: a space where just one decision can change the meaning of the show and the body of the performer.
This is a piece about emotional inheritance and grief for wasted creativity that serves as both a tribute and a warning.
Three musicians enchantingly blow you to a warm world of breath and wind, a world where the only spoken language is music.
A colourful exploration of sex and disability, written by wheelchair user, disability activist and journalist Louise Bruton
An intimate gaze at the lives of Brasília’s youth in a story of freedom and love, Within Rooms is a theatrical experience with live music and song.
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