What's on at Fringe?
New live art
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
An autobiographical, audio-based artwork about the experience of falling critically ill with a rare brain infection and the journey of rehabilitation with an acquired brain injury. A new kind of storytelling about a singular experience.
Sep 13 - 24
Dare to enter a deviant realm of peepshows, smoking godheads and talking shopping trolleys. Bridging visual art and theatre, this frenzied reinterpretation of George Bernard Shaw’s essay The Perfect Wagnerite is for mischief-seekers and closet Marxists alike.
Sep 15 - 18
The first of choreographer Cláudia Dias’ seven performances to be created over the next seven years reconstructs a boxing match, where Cláudia and Jaime will pummel each other with arguments and reveal enlightening truths.
Sep 18 - 20
Be a fly on the wall in the artists’ studio as Adrian+Shane create new paintings, screen prints and photographs in the heart of Temple Bar. Become their muse and join in the creative process. Share your thoughts to fuel the imaginations of this pop art duo.
Sep 19 - 22
How can you win the game when you’ve lost the rules? Do you remember where you had them last? Can you belie bewilderment, camouflage confusion, disguise dysphasia? Two people tell a story about the lighter side of loss, love and why Joan is a stupid name for a dog.
Sep 20 - 24
In this candid solo performance, Liz Peterson ushers the audience through dance, poetry, song and standup comedy, performing the portrait of a woman and her demons.
This show is not about how the bubble burst. It’s about what we felt after we heard the crash. Through music, visuals and dance a cast of seven performers bring to the harsh light of day what our bodies knew that our mouths couldn’t quite say.