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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

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

Jesus Has My Mom in There and Has Beat Her Up Real Bad

Jesus Has My Mom in There and Has Beat Her Up Real Bad

Piggy Back Project Little legs get tired easily, and sometimes we all need a lift. Dee Roycroft, a long-time collaborator with Loose Canon, only has little legs. When she had an idea for a new show she wanted to make, Loose Canon (winners of Best Production 2008, Irish Times Theatre Awards) had a 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

Camille O\'Sullivan

Camille O'Sullivan

Seen recently on "Later with Jools Holland" and with 5 star sell out seasons in New York, Sydney Opera House, and London under her belt, Camille performs songs by Nick Cave, Jacques Brel, Tom Waits and more in one of the top selling shows of Edinburgh Festival 2008. Her shows are truly theatrical. A Continue Reading

Ping Pong Pub Quiz

Ping Pong Pub Quiz

Hosted by a horrific TV shopping channel reject the PPPQ is an interactive pub quiz that tests not only the knowledge of the players, but also their strength, teamwork, imaginations and skill at Ping Pong. The audience are the contestants with the usual trivia rounds such as General Knowledge, Film, Continue Reading

Your Letter, At Last!

Your Letter, At Last!

Waiting, waiting for a love letter; that moment between receiving and unsealing the envelope. Looking, looking at it and through it at you. What does it take to send a letter? What will it take to receive the answer? French performer Guillaume Pigé and Irish designer Ciarán O’ Melia come together Continue Reading

Lavender

Lavender

2008 Spirit of the Fringe Award winners (The Woman Who Left Herself) return with a provocative performance encounter. Lavender wants you to succumb. So succumb. Let it swathe you, encase you in its bubble, displace you and consume you. Let it still your noisy mind and lull you back to the space Continue Reading

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