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The Infant

The Infant

Samedi and Castogan have a picture. Is it a plan for world destruction, or no more than the scribbles of a four year old boy? Mother, father, child. Who is the culprit? And what is the crime? A searing contemporary insight into public paranoia and the last days of the nuclear family. Written by Continue Reading

The Manganiyar Seduction

The Manganiyar Seduction

Direct from the deserts of Rajasthan, the Festival is delighted to welcome the most colourful, joyous and inspiring show likely to be seen this year. Staged by the acclaimed Indian director Roysten Abel, to spectacular effect, over 40 Indian musicians and singers from three generations, present a Continue Reading

Act Without Words II by Samuel Beckett

Act Without Words II by Samuel Beckett

With two contrasting characters living in two sacks, Act Without Words II is one of Samuel Beckett’s most universal and versatile plays, and Sarah Jane Scaife is bringing it to the streets – literally. Well, figuratively, in this brilliant mime play which she has directed in Ireland, China, Continue Reading

Angry School

Angry School

Environment? HSE? Politics? Banks? Justice? Waste? Inequality? What’s pushing your ANGRY button? “Angry School” is a once off special event marrying the shape of a school day with adult advice from your best friend, expert knowledge with speed dating, fun with dissent. It’s where specialists Continue Reading

Eupraxia

Eupraxia

Cardboard, wax, papier-mache, MDF, tinfoil and discarded packaging are just some of the impoverished materials playfully utilized by artists Sam Keogh and Joe Noonan Ganley. Aiming to root out an ethical base for action in a radically unfair world, these two artists begin by gathering their subject Continue Reading

A Useful Play

A Useful Play

A play about an idea for a film yet to be made. Director and filmmaker Gerardo Naumann wants to make a film based on an unknown woman’s diary he found. Using a local cast of 20 extras, the stage becomes a platform to experiment with and test out his new film concept tentatively titled “Uruguay”. Continue Reading

Rehearsed Readings

Rehearsed Readings

Rehearsed readings curated by ABSOLUT FRINGE and Thomas Conway, Literary manager of Druid, with short feedback sessions after each one. 3 new plays, 3 emerging writers, 3 sizzling encounters, 3 chances to have your say. 1 high-voltage day in Project Arts Centre. 11am Child Light Aoife Maguire - Abri Continue Reading

Nurse Me

Nurse Me

Two nurses, both alike in sympathy, In fair Grangegorman where we lay our scene. From ancient wrongs prescribe new immunity Where Mammy love makes baby sins unseen. Abandoned rooms in an old psychiatric hospital; you peer through a door. People are sitting, waiting; longing to be cleansed of their Continue Reading

The Crown Jewels: a workshop production

The Crown Jewels: a workshop production

Jewel theft or homosexuality? Which is the greater crime? The greater thrill? It’s 1907, days before the arrival of a cantankerous King Edward VII, and the Irish Crown Jewels are missing. Class, gender, and time collide in this revelatory guided tour through Dublin Castle. This workshop production Continue Reading

12 Minute Dances

12 Minute Dances

A collection of short works which are the result of a year-long period of movement reflection and investigation by Liz Roche with a core group of Rex Levitates dancers. The works appear as a wash of colour, movement, rhythm and emotion; human embodiment as a dynamic event. The audience completes the Continue Reading

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