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Chockablock full of vaudevillian fun and games, voyage to the artist’s ancestral self with never-before-told stories, half-truths, half-fictions and brand new songs.
Part gig, part theatre, part documentary, this verbatim pop-opera exhumes its singing ghosts from the transcript of a 2002 RTÉ interview with Anne (aged 90) and Catherine (aged 88), who were raised by their grandmother Lady Augusta Gregory in Galway.
In a handball alley between three concrete walls, a conversation is taking place between a hurler, an artist and a musician.
A night of Afro diaspora music displaying the roots of Africa in all its punk, funk and grunge deadliness.
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.
Witness the colourful exuberance of the Haitian Voodoo-inspired New Orleans jazz funeral as it smashes up against the mournful, solemn ceremony of Roman Catholicism.
Teen Dream brings together the best in music, spoken word and performance to an old warehouse space, showcasing some of the brightest teenage lights, as well as introducing established artists to a teenage audience, and although the event has teenagers as its focus, it’s open to all.
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