What's on at Fringe?
A live action album of original pop songs from Zoe Ní Riordáin, powered by a need to express the inexpressible.
Using archival footage from YouTube, LiveLeak, Radio and Public Information films, but to go further invites you to delve into the codes of a society that puts the cult of the self at the centre of everything.
A new rap musical following two young men whose views on women, drugs, and each other collide and shatter.
A whimsical take on an island's relationship with a continent, through the world's foremost convention of kitsch - the Eurovision Song Contest.
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.
Fried Plantains Collective is back with a sensational night of spoken word, hip hop and African and Irish punk and funk music.
Hooker by day, performer by night, Director of Sex Workers Alliance by the balls. This feminist thought she was a hippy, but really she was just poor.
A courtroom musical following a pair of fun-loving popstar twins on a bizarre, toe-tapping adventure about fame, family, friendship and aliens.
For one night only at Fringe, Meltybrains? join forces with visual projection artists Algorithm for a gig that must be seen to be believed.
Through theatre, performance and original songs, this highly entertaining new show from Pom Boyd and Sean Millar invites you to witness a sacred punk theatrical ritual.
This street art opera is a comic story of passion and revenge played out by octogenarians on zimmer frames.
Sep 18 - 23
An unlikely scenario: the whole of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar performed by one woman accompanied by a single piano.
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