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Nine women take 18 buckets through some finely tuned choreography: lifting and swinging, twirling and clashing to the beat of the industrial drum.
From RTÉ to TV3 and Sky Arts to Newstalk, and with a brand new TV series in the works, this is Alison’s hilarious follow up to smash-hit Dublin Fringe Festival success Alison Spittle Discovers Hawaii.
All Honey is laugh out loud comedy written by Ciara Smyth and directed by Jeda de Brí, where friends become enemies.
Two men walk Irishly into an amharclann. Two Irishmen walk the border between the Republic and The North, then into a theatre, tracing a border, looking for midlands, mid folks and inbetweeners.
Award-winning Irish playwright Stacey Gregg has written two deeply intimate stories of two women faced with the complex challenges that reproductive choice can present.
A highly energetic, offbeat show about the adventures of Birdy and her quest to put together the best band in the world.
A night of Afro diaspora music displaying the roots of Africa in all its punk, funk and grunge deadliness.
The Bottlenote music collective reaches deep into the Irish scene of improvising musicians to present an evening of new music in the dilapidated surrounds of an abandoned Georgian residence.
In this new ensemble play by Philip Doherty, two ancient cultures clash in an epic battle for one Irishman’s loyalty.
Closing Night is a narrative variety show that pays tribute to the performers of the magical era of cabaret and vaudeville with sparkle, energy and originality.
An epic audio adventure for under 12s, Cobra’s Quest is a journey to a world of magic and mystery, with challenges to tackle and obstacles to overcome,
Sep 18 - 22
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.
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