What's on at Fringe?
In this dance fantasy adventure brothers Sean and Seamus rock out some banging moves, run into trouble, have a few tantrums, cause a teensy bit of mayhem and find out if fame is really what they’re looking for after all.
The Irish premiere of Foil Arms & Hog's brand new fast past sketch show at Ireland's national theatre.
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.
Laugh at divisions that society has imposed on people with and without disabilities, in a performance where questioning disabilities as an adult is not forbidden.
This performance marks Gladys and The Gutter Stars' extremely self-assured step back into the limelight, like a phoenix rising from the ashes: majestic, but a bit confused about how they got here.
American comedian Erin McGathy plays every suspect in this murder mystery set in California wine-country
Armed with a fiddle, a loop peddle and some epic stories, Aindrias de Staic tries to address his flaws through a storytelling experience with a difference.
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.
A dark, comedic odyssey by emerging absurdist writer / comedian Hannah Mamalis about beached whales, black holes and the redeeming power of eggs.
Master of surreal nonsense and bohemian clownarchist Paul Currie presents his follow up to last year’s Dublin Fringe Festival smash hit, Release the Baboons.
Saharcasm is a one woman show exploring Irishism, Arabism and racism through poetry, music and comedy.
Having sold out shows in London, New York, and Edinburgh, Davey Reilly returns to Dublin with an hour of comedy about escapism, being dead and Volvo B5TLs.
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