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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.
A journey through the savagery and beauty of modern relationships, investigating the influence that gender can have on our perception and judgement.
From brand new theatre collective Felicity, this interdisciplinary performance is intimate, cosmic and thrilling, focusing on absence, loss and a mysterious being: Papini.
From the makers of Fringe Award-winning shows My Name is Saoirse and Overshadowed comes compelling new writing combined with an edge-of-your seat experience.
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.
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.
Spoken word, movement and an original house music score combine in an unforgettable depiction of how it feels to rave.
Two men walk Irishly into an amharclann. Two Irishmen walk the border between the Republic and The North, then into a theatre, tracing a border, looking for midlands, mid folks and inbetweeners.
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