What's on at Fringe?
Investigating our very human fear of endings, taking you into the beyond, the bit after the end, when it’s already over.
An evening of drag performance where Ireland’s brand new queer communist party presents their political manifesto and bop their way towards a queertopian future.
Staging news articles published on 13th March 2012, Oneday is an experiment about what bears repeating and its relationship to subjectivity and storytelling.
From award-winning feminist theatre company THE RABBLE and trailblazing Irish artist Maeve Stone, this production is an exploded ordinance site of what it is to be Unwoman.
Dublin’s statues get a head-turning makeover from acclaimed hat maker Margaret O’Connor.
Sep 08 - 16
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 devised, immersive movement-theatre piece sharing stories of the heart, home and homeless in Ireland.
Fried Plantains Collective is back with a sensational night of spoken word, hip hop and African and Irish punk and funk music.
A site-specific travelling soundscape through the Phoenix Park by vintage bus.
A four-part political radio documentary examining the plight of refugees and migrants on the island of Lesvos.
A disbelieving look at the weird ways we try and order our lives. We’ll never be able to afford houses, but we can always buy more under-bed storage boxes.
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