What's on at Fringe?
This blistering new play from Stewart Parker Trust Award winner Karen Cogan is a fast, infectiously dark comedy about the messiness of being youngish, female and queer in Ireland.
This street art opera is a comic story of passion and revenge played out by octogenarians on zimmer frames.
Sep 18 - 23
Stand-up comedy at its darkest about destructive choices made in a mental abyss.
A night that will hark back to the heady days when electronic music brought people together through escapism, District have hand-picked their favourite selectors and A/V artists.
A four-part political radio documentary examining the plight of refugees and migrants on the island of Lesvos.
18-year-old photographer Ayesha Ahmad documents the summer of 2018.
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 live action album of original pop songs from Zoe Ní Riordáin, powered by a need to express the inexpressible.
A sinister dance-theatre production for young adults.
Come along to celebrate Fiestas Patrias, Chile’s National Day, with Dublin Fringe Festival and Carmen Wines.
Colm Keegan’s debut play hums with rich poetic language as it follows Craner, about to be a Dad, on his madcap journey from Ballymun to the Rotunda and back again.
A beautiful, delicate and meditative dance piece that explores the instability and imperfect nature of memory.
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