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Who is Fergus Kilpatrick?

Who is Fergus Kilpatrick?

Dublin-based Chilean director re-imagines irish history from the edge of South America. An unknown name has been found in the records of our history. Why hasn't anyone told you about Fergus Kilpatrick? Why was he kept a secret? Chilean director Jose Miguel Jimenez re-imagines Irish history inspired Continue Reading

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Four Last Things

Four Last Things

Janey is dropping out. Of college, of friends, of life. Stuck on her family farm, yearning for Dublin, she wants to swap the green fields for a concrete jungle and the endless quiet for a ceaseless noise. With a father she can’t talk to, and a dog that can’t talk back to her, Janey bows out and Continue Reading

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a moment of suitable silence

a moment of suitable silence

A man found by the sea; he never speaks, only plays the piano. One morning he awakes: the playing stops, he disappears. What happened the night before he woke up from his long silence? Three women perform a triptych of stories and unveil the man's shadow in the vaults. Memories, sounds and Continue Reading

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Red Lola

Red Lola

Red Riding Hood meets Lolita, via South Park and Freud. Once upon a twisted time, Lola left her grandma’s house and wandered off the path... Lola’s not a little girl anymore. Lola lives in a land where children are sexualised, schoolgirls fetishised and every male stranger a potential predator. Continue Reading

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Victor and Gord Cubed

Victor and Gord Cubed

You know those friends you grew up with? Went to school with? Laughed, cried, partied and pulled with? D’you ever wonder sometimes, if they’d ever just F*ck Off? Real Life friends Vickey and Aine, aka Victor and Gord, have only one thing in common, each other. Sneaky cans. Sneaky fags. Free love. Continue Reading

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Slat

Slat

A unique collaboration between some of Ireland’s leading visual, music and theatre artists and internationally renowned performers; slat is a visceral performance piece inspired by the phenomenon of feral/wolf children and their struggle to exist when confronted by the ”normal world”. It explores Continue Reading

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Anatomy of a Seagull

Anatomy of a Seagull

A girl lives all her life on the shore of a lake. She loves the lake, like a seagull, and she’s happy and free, like a seagull. But a man arrives by chance, and when he sees her, he destroys her, out of sheer boredom. A forensic examination of death by a thousand cuts, directed and adapted by Jason Continue Reading

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Power Point

Power Point

What will the future be like? What do people really want? Why is it so hard to know anything anymore? Join a panel of the world’s leading business gurus for an exclusive audio-visual odyssey in search of answers to these and other questions. Fringe favourites The Performance Corporation invite you Continue Reading

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Rough

Rough

Love does a tab of acid and tells us everyone lies. Slip the tongue; too much fast food. Avoid mentioning dips in mood. You’re a slut, but hey, you’re young. FUCK POSTMODERN. FUCK POPULAR CULTURE. FUCK TALKING ABOUT IT. FUCK ANYONE YOU LIKE. Rough is epic. It’s an epic about creating epic, living Continue Reading

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Point Blank

Point Blank

An inspiring evening in which 19-year old Nada offers you a glimpse at her private obsession: people watching. It’s a curious thrill to see her titillatingly candid photograph collection - she’s taken a whopping 240,000 pictures so far. Together with the audience she contemplates the images, and Continue Reading

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