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Set in the most Northern part of Europe where daylight ceases to exist, Polar Night visits a world that borders on the supernatural, where suicide rates are high and blackness is plenty.
An 80-minute performance / monologue / DJ set weaving autobiography and literary evocation.
The Lir National Academy of Dramatic Art at Trinity College Dublin presents a showcase of new plays by this year’s graduating Master in Fine Art playwrights.
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
With visual illusions by award-winning magicians, End Of. is a thought-provoking comedy about the very beginning of the very end of the world.
All Honey is laugh out loud comedy written by Ciara Smyth and directed by Jeda de Brí, where friends become enemies.
Normal seeks to ask and answer questions about the role of people living with autism in modern Ireland.
A world premiere from multi-awardwinning cult comic Shenoah Allen (Pajama Men) known globally for his uncanny ability to switch between dozens of outrageous personalities on a whim.
The story of Ida and Bubbie, escapees from the Russian pogroms of the early 1900s is an ode to the unsung female heroes of small-time showbiz and the displaced children of the world.
Post-popular prodigy Lucy McCormick and her Girl Squad present a trashstep-dubpunk morality play for the modern world.
An absurd, physical comedy exploring the battle between our animal instincts and rational minds.
Fringe Award-winners Painted Bird reconstruct the text of Day’s lost play, imagining what might have been.
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