What's on at Fringe?
Ireland’s favourite Pro-Wrestlers are back with their spectacular new show Wrestling is Art. A host of unforgettable characters in a spectacle of breath-taking acrobatics, improvised comedy and raise-the-roof madness!
Ireland. The near future. It’s a quiet weekday night. You sit down and tune in to Radio 1 to listen to your favourite arts and opinion show, The Definitive View with Sneachta Ní Mhurchú: a brand new live comedy radio play in the tradition of The Goons and Scrap Saturday.
A drag king punk gig about architecture and idealism! A dysto-utopian noise about The Man! A no-wave musical about how we ended up in this mess!
Choreographer, dancer and songwriter Aoife McAtamney premieres a soulful feast of contemporary dance, music and visual arts. Celebrating community and its key role in self-actualisation.
Sep 10 - 16
Hot Brown Honey is taking the heat up a notch and bringing the temperature to fever pitch. Delivering lashings of sass and a hot pinch of empowerment, making noise with their fierceness – defiantly shattering preconceptions in an explosion of colour, culture and controversy. Fighting the power never tasted so sweet.
Sep 10 - 16
A private beach inhabited by a family; a European family. The beach has been ‘in their family’ for generations. The family celebrate a wedding, a union between two sides. During the wedding celebration a stranger arrives on the shore of their beach. The family must decide how to deal with this stranger.
Sep 10 - 17
Topical talkshows are spontaneous speech-acts. Kind of. Repeat them verbatim on a stage, and you see that they are theatre. Energy, death, the truth, surfing, speedos, sex, history, politics and the meaning of life: everything you could want is touched upon.
A visual storytelling experience for the old head and young heart. From grand spectacles to intimate curiosities, a life-and-death drama emerges about learning how to shine.
Sep 10 - 17
An acoustic set by Ireland’s favourite indie pop band set in the magical surroundings of the Spiegeltent. Every show is bona fide celebration with everything from balloons and confetti to unique crowd interaction on display.
Bringing together dance, film and spoken word poetry, Wrongheaded is a dancing body’s response to the 8th amendment.
Oona Doherty performs a distillation of the Male in Hope Hunt, an attempt to deconstruct the stereotype of the concrete disadvantaged male.
Meet Noor, a Syrian immigrant who’s fulfilled her dream of becoming an Irish citizen. Her dream turns to nightmare as the Syrian war explodes. Noor’s family is disappearing; imprisoned, murdered, adrift on boats. Take a visual and sonic trip through the ruins of her psyche.
A theatre piece devised by Erin Gilgen, Emma Hughes, Naomi Faughnan and Louisa Sanfey circling the mysteries of an incredible true story about the limits of what a woman can take.
Sep 11 - 18
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