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.
Based on the true story of comedian PJ Gallagher's childhood growing up in a house with six men with schizophrenia.
A physical theatre comedy that whizzes back and forth through time to find out what it means to be British, German or Irish today.
Auto-Correbt have set themselves the challenge of performing every other show at this year's Dublin Fringe Festival. The only problem is that they haven't seen any of them.
Staging news articles published on 13th March 2012, Oneday is an experiment about what bears repeating and its relationship to subjectivity and storytelling.
A new comedy based on the 1981 hijacking of an Aer Lingus plane, by an ex-Trappist monk, with a bottle of water as his weapon, the Pope as his nemesis, and a burning desire to know The Third Secret of Fatima.
A fun and heart-warming show about the magic of stories.
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.
A sinister dance-theatre production for young adults.
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 dark and punchy farce about students, knitting and white supremacy.
A new rap musical following two young men whose views on women, drugs, and each other collide and shatter.
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