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,
Ruth Hunter at one point tells us that we may have been expecting a comedy show, but instead bore witness
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
Audience members file into the Space Upstairs at the Project Arts Centre clutching their tickets and wearing their Jurassic Park
“Cats in my mouth will start shortly!” Paul Currie informs the audience as he sits behind the screen where the
Ambiance played a significant part in the Dublin Fringe’s production of Raven Eyed. The performance, produced by Loosysmokes, describes itself
Oh, how mighty craic the Irish are. We’rethe soundest nation in the world. We have the gift of the gab.