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Three musicians enchantingly blow you to a warm world of breath and wind, a world where the only spoken language is music.
An hallucinogenic riff on Shakespeare’s last play; A West-Kerry Tempest.
Part rave, part theatre, this highly anticipated collaboration offers you an immersive experience like no other.
The Bottlenote music collective reaches deep into the Irish scene of improvising musicians to present an evening of new music in the dilapidated surrounds of an abandoned Georgian residence.
A demystifying trip of intrigue at the edge of the cosmos, a powerful piece of theatre fusing sound, dance, film, romance, and a hapless hero called King.
This performance marks Gladys and The Gutter Stars' extremely self-assured step back into the limelight, like a phoenix rising from the ashes: majestic, but a bit confused about how they got here.
Armed with a fiddle, a loop peddle and some epic stories, Aindrias de Staic tries to address his flaws through a storytelling experience with a difference.
A new musical about democracy, politics and fishbased confectionery products from writer / composer Fionn Foley.
One of the stars of Weimar’s increasingly infamous Giegling collective, Berlin DJ and producer Edward makes his Irish debut with a very special three hour live audio visual performance in the unique setting of D-Light Studios.
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
Five musicians allow an entire audience to become part of the tribe. Exploring rhythm, timing, sound, play and communication: come be the show.
Attracta Tension, the glorious love child of Frankie Byrne and Mailbag, descends on Dublin from the Real Capital to share her Agony Aunt correspondence with you.
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