Early Release Tickets for Dublin Fringe Festival 2022 - On Sale Now!
It’s back and its big!
Dublin Fringe Festival 2022 will be trucking back into town this Autumn with some awesome new work to feast your eyes, ears and souls on. 430 artists are set to overrun the city with unmissable art experiences for 16 days and nights this September in 27+ venues across town, outdoors and at your place to make sure that the Dublin Fringe magic is still accessible to everyone.
The festival is thrilled to share a glimpse of four early release shows from the programme this year. Gearing up for a Fringe-of-a-lifetime, get your exclusive early access tickets to these four ‘not-to-be-missed’ events at this year’s Dublin Fringe Festival.
Presented by Once Off Productions
A woman seeking her child is lied to. An artist pitches a memorial that's never built. A landlord raises rents. A parrot disappears. Thousands of children disappear. There's family reunions, collective actions, inexplicable Mormons.
This play is about adoptees, about being the only person in the family photo who isn't white and not daring to ask why, about families destroyed in the name of The Family, about wondering, searching, loving, losing, fighting, losing again, sometimes winning when all seems lost.
Preview 10 & 12 September, 19:00, €12
Performances 13 - 17 September & 19 - 24 September, 19:00, €16/€14
Other performances 17 September, 13:00, €16/€14
Venue Abbey Theatre - Peacock Stage
This show discusses various forms of institutional violence frankly, but does not depict them graphically. It does so with regard to both Mother and Baby Homes and industrial schools. More specifically, audiences should expect the following: reference to mental health/depression, the theme of child bereavement, mention of physical and sexual violence.
The running time for this show is 200 mins in length and the performance will have two intervals.
Presented by Dublin Fringe Festival in partnership with National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin and axis: Ballymun
For the nature lovers and night owls, Dublin Fringe Festival teams up with the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin and axis: Ballymun for the opening up of Ireland's premier city garden at night, for the first time, in the spectacular Remnant Ecologies by Jony Easterby.
A large-scale outdoor light and sound installation across a 1.3km route that will give thousands of visitors exclusive access to the Botanic Gardens after dark. In this rare feast for the senses, the artist tries to make sense of a world, in which a passion for nature is mixed with the anxiety for its future. Expect empty birdcages, playful songs, the insides of cuckoo clocks and fragments from botanical dictionaries and illustrations are all intertwined through a series of works, their story winding through the sublime location.
Performances 21 - 25 September, 20:00 – 22:30, various times, €12
Venue National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin
Presented by Dublin Fringe Festival
Part-narrative, part-meditation, this is 30-minute sound piece for audiences to listen to while bathing at home will be enabled by an experience pack of resources delivered direct to your home, that will change your physical environment for this unique experiential event. Connecting closely with your personal atmosphere and relationship with your body.
Delving into the possible outcomes of rising temperatures and the correlation between social and climate justice, this performance experience continues Young’s investigation into water as a key character in our collective conversations on climate justice.
Performances 10 - 25 September, All day, €12
Venue Your Place
Presented by THISISPOPBABY and Dublin Fringe Festival in association with Irish Arts Center, New York
An adrenaline shot for the city: this extraordinary assembly is an outpouring, a reckoning, a release and a party.
A howling, raucous, soul-stirring celebration of community, regeneration, and the magic of collective catharsis, this glittering Pop-wake ushers you to a dimension between worlds where club culture meets Irish tradition in an exquisite frenzy of ritual, rave, grief and joy.
This new show, from makers of international smash-hit RIOT, embraces the wild abandon of the all-nighter and the beauty of transformation in a rabble-rousing journey of gut-punching theatre, soaring spoken word, stomping beats and outrageous circus that will leave us ready to dance, as one, into the dawn.
Previews 8 & 9 September, 19:30, €15/€25/€35
Performances 10, 13 - 15 September, 19:30, €15/€30/€45
Other performances 16 & 17 September 19:00, 21:30, €15/€30/€45
Venue National Stadium, Dublin 8