What's on at Fringe?
Ireland. The near future. It’s a quiet weekday night. You sit down and tune in to Radio 1 to listen to your favourite arts and opinion show, The Definitive View with Sneachta Ní Mhurchú: a brand new live comedy radio play in the tradition of The Goons and Scrap Saturday.
Hot Brown Honey is taking the heat up a notch and bringing the temperature to fever pitch. Delivering lashings of sass and a hot pinch of empowerment, making noise with their fierceness – defiantly shattering preconceptions in an explosion of colour, culture and controversy. Fighting the power never tasted so sweet.
Sep 10 - 16
Andréa can’t afford a therapist. Luckily, she has a couple of reliable vices that help her get by. Like telling a room full of strangers her problems and hoping they laugh, and listening to the sweet melodies of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
Sep 12 - 17
Comedian Gearóid Farrelly loves old things; vinyl, grandparents, grudges. Everyone has that box of keepsakes or potential Cash in the Attic that they are just too mortified to clear out. But there comes a time when you have to change for the better.
Sep 12 - 17
Paul Currie is hurtling towards Tiger Dublin Fringe for the very first time with the Irish premiere of his anarchic, bread-filled absurdist masterpiece. Enter a comedy sweat flume of mime, puppets and crowd participation on an epic scale. A one man Monty Python on acid.
Sep 13 - 17
Warning! Mimes in Time contains no mime but is full of funny talking. It’s also mostly jokes about time travel.
Sep 13 - 17
Former children and Fringe favourites return with a brand new show. A blend of bizarre, surreal and hilarious sketches, this is not to be missed.
Sep 13 - 20
Alison Spittle talks to interesting people in front of a house band with sketches, fake adverts and stand-up. A big production talk show made in someone’s front room.
After a seven-year break from stand up, during which she had babies, made a movie in Vietnam and became the mother of Moone Boy, Deirdre O’Kane returns with a brand new show. She is definitely older but is she wiser?
RuPaul's Drag Race winner Jinkx Monsoon and her cabaret co-star Major Scales star in bawdy, rowdy, raucous musical comedy The Vaudevillians. Wigs will fly as they perform hits from the likes of Janis Joplin and Gloria Gaynor in the style of Cole Porter and Irving Berlin. Vintage cabaret with a twist of drag.
Sep 19 - 20
In this one hour stand up show comedian Emma Doran explores the world through her eyes. Sarcastic, cynical, no nonsense eyes. If you enjoy jokes about sex, drinking, family and mowing down cyclists, then this is the show for you.
One of Ireland’s funniest up-and-comers explores his issues with eating and body dysmorphia. A comedy show about body image, food and Power Rangers.
Sep 19 - 24
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