What's on at Fringe?
A pop-up city of stories at Barnardo Square, Dame Street.
A seriously interactive comedy show about the media and the process of producing news, the compromise and manipulation that goes into making even a simple newsheet to a tight deadline.
Nine women take 18 buckets through some finely tuned choreography: lifting and swinging, twirling and clashing to the beat of the industrial drum.
Everything Now fuses the physically brilliant with the awkward, combining formality and rigour of highly disciplined dance with elements of a 1960s happening.
THEATREclub and NINE CROWS are asking you to come and hear their story in NOT AT HOME; an installation, a performance, a witnessing space, a waiting room - a calm place for the undecided, for those who have made up their minds and for those who need some space to think.
Set in the most Northern part of Europe where daylight ceases to exist, Polar Night visits a world that borders on the supernatural, where suicide rates are high and blackness is plenty.
An 80-minute performance / monologue / DJ set weaving autobiography and literary evocation.
As two writers type out observations of the world unfolding around them, a town choir receives these observations and sings them out to the public.
Sep 16 - 17
A world premiere from multi-awardwinning cult comic Shenoah Allen (Pajama Men) known globally for his uncanny ability to switch between dozens of outrageous personalities on a whim.
We’re All Mad Here arises from the concern of intervening in a different space: a space where just one decision can change the meaning of the show and the body of the performer.
A reinterpretation of Teresa Deevy's play The King of Spain's Daughter, through Irish Sign language, in a visually stuinning immersive performance.
Using his diaries as reference, James Moran shines a light on Pope Urban II’s innermost thoughts through live performance, script readings and lecture from the pulpit.
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