What's on at Fringe?
Choreographer, dancer and songwriter Aoife McAtamney premieres a soulful feast of contemporary dance, music and visual arts. Celebrating community and its key role in self-actualisation.
Sep 10 - 16
Bringing together dance, film and spoken word poetry, Wrongheaded is a dancing body’s response to the 8th amendment.
Oona Doherty performs a distillation of the Male in Hope Hunt, an attempt to deconstruct the stereotype of the concrete disadvantaged male.
Fist Pump transports you from blissed out raves and psychedelic landscapes to stories of revolt, grief and female empowerment. You’re in a theatre, there’s a naked woman on the ground, one under a pile of clothes, and another raving in a bicycle helmet. You are in the room with them for a reason. Pay close attention.
Sep 13 - 16
A fantasy dance adventure for the whole family from your favourite Irish dance misfits. A foot-stomping, hand-tapping show set in a magical wasteland, where anything is possible and friendship is everything.
Sep 17 - 24
In this candid solo performance, Liz Peterson ushers the audience through dance, poetry, song and standup comedy, performing the portrait of a woman and her demons.
This show is not about how the bubble burst. It’s about what we felt after we heard the crash. Through music, visuals and dance a cast of seven performers bring to the harsh light of day what our bodies knew that our mouths couldn’t quite say.