The Friday Night Effect is easily one of the most vibrant and refreshing pieces of modern theatre I have ever had
In aon mhac tíre, nó roinnt mic tíre, Ruairí Donovan and Mica Sigourney present a visual and performative essay on
Internationally renowned performance artist Amanda Coogan joins the Dublin Theatre of the Deaf to bring Talk Real Fine, Just Like
How To Be Angry, a new production from Brazen Tales is a show that will either have the audience in
The Fringe Festival is a unique way to interact with theatre, and this work is a testament to that fact.
With bluesy music playing throughout, critically acclaimed author Ivan Coyote leads with their spoken word, reciting some of the stories
The Levin siblings invite the audience on a whirlwind ride across Europe, beginning at the end. After a disastrous show,
Dear Attracta serves some Ann O’Dwyer realness! Everyone’s favourite Agony Aunty has descended onto the Dublin Fringe scene, and she’s
The story of Polar Night unfolds in the living room of a house far from any town in northern Europe.
There’s something quite disorientating about Seanan McDonnell’s play for this year’s Dublin Fringe Festival. It’s the hour before opening in