What's on at Fringe?
A darkly comic story of two clueless students who start selling drugs to make rent for the bathroom they live in.
A whimsical take on an island's relationship with a continent, through the world's foremost convention of kitsch - the Eurovision Song Contest.
Following three young men as they grow up on Dublin's northside, this new play is an unflinching exploration of the Irish psyche.
At Split Ends salon, meet generations of Dublin women and hear the stories we can only tell our hairdresser.
Emotions and memories erupt when a young Irish couple reunite for 24 hours in New York City.
A savagely dark and bitterly funny new play from Don Mc Camphill exploring life at 13 on a council estate in Northern Ireland.
A spoken-word multimedia theatre piece inspired by the Apollo House takeover of 2016.
A satirical journey through the trials and tribulations of rape culture in Ireland.
An interactive fantasy about the politics of housing and a conversation about alternatives, this is a show about the spaces we live in now and the spaces we desire.
A young woman runs away from the wedding she has always dreamed of in this a darkly funny tale of young love in rural Ireland and a lifelong quest to settle down.
A mental mash-up of aerial stunts, high-octane voguing, explosive vocals and spoken word.
A poetic meditation with live musical accompaniment and original video projection, drawing you into the restorative ambience and rhythm of nature.
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