On A House Like a Fire by Michelle Read and Brian Keegan, presented by Age & Opportunity/BEALTAINE in association with Smock Alley Theatre and Droichead Arts Centre…
A deliciously twisted and tender comedy about inner gremlins and awkward romance.
Patricia Martinez, Music Current commission (for horn, cello and synthesiser), 2018
plus RETRO DISCO perform selected works from Music Current …
Karen Power, (Retro Disco commission) Jannik Giger, Maestro Eoin Callery, You might need a word for that Robert Ashley, Mixed Blessings, India…
Programme: STEVEN KAZUO TAKASUGI, SIDESHOW, for amplified octet and electronic playback in five movements (2009-2015) performed by ENSEMBLE TZARA
The Irish premier …
SWEENEY LIVES! Frank Corcoran (IE)
Programme: Frank Corcoran, Quasi una Missa (19'40") 1999 Frank Corcoran, Tradurre Tradire (24'13") 2004 Frank Corc…
Baby wipes, glitter and cans at the ready, Joni and Scarlett head off on their respective weekends.
He is Britain’s first Black judge, a fine singer and keen cricket lover.
A rollercoaster journey through African-American actor and singer Paul Robeson’s remarkable life, highlighting his pioneering and heroic political activism.
ANGER IS AN ENERGY!
Old punk rocker Annie and young African Dub Dave strike up an unlikely friendship in this tale of marginalisation, alienation and regeneration.
Lorca's Flamenco, Contemporary Dance and Irish Music
Inspired by Lorca’s women in Blood Wedding in a theatrical dialogue with contemporary dance and Irish mus…
Second ChanceAn experiment on a different sort of love story
Our Wee Gerry Gerry and Arlene, cross-communitied lovers
Second Chance - Idir Mná / LakedaemonThey sa…
FEMINEM It feels so empty without me
Origin of Three Sometimes in life you have to, breathe
FEMINEM - OXBOMarshall Mathers’ mam spent 73 hours in labour.
SistemicSisters are (not) doing it for themselves
He Ain't HeavyHis welfare is of my concern.
An Evening with Lee TrundleAbsurdist Stand-up (not appearing: Lee Trundle)
Symphony of WormsA time, space and neurosis traversing comedy show
An Evening with Lee …
The Wrongs & Rites of Grosvenor SquareIn old Dublin a storm is brewing
FITS Seizures, heavy medication and failed relationships.
JESSICAIt's hard to get out
Dancing QueenI'll choose happiness every damn time
JESSICA - WENDY ALICE ROSE CO.
No One is ComingMy Mam's different to yours.
How Many Tears in a Bottle of Gin?Trust me, this job is the shit
Paul Currie - Trufficle MuskSurreal Python comedy with the twisted nonsensical sequiturs of Dadaism
A Dinner Date With Death is an absurd collection of comedy sketches centred around a baffling murder at a dinner party.
The Lonely LuchadorA Masked Wrestler’s Ultimate Challenge
PowerpointJokes and Graphs
The Lonely Luchador - Head Above Water Theatre CompanyHours before his …
Bold GirlDying Is No Excuse, Ma.
A-GAYI've just been feeling a bit forgotten?
PollyLovingly allowing you other loves.
Yerloo UndergroundDeep dark subway.
New Year's SeaA woman’s battle with the unknown
HavenThe Contestant will now awaken
New Year's Sea - Commons Collective in partnership with Firedoor Thea…
PlayerWhat your things say about you
WomankindA play about women.
Dangerous LiaisonsKeep it on the DL
Cold ReadersThey’ll psychic the shit outta you!
Dangerous Liaisons - William Dunleavy & Benedict EsdaleA contemporar…
Don’t believe the hipsters
Diarmuid and Jenny’s lodger has rumbled them.
The Terms and Conditions of Me and My MaA son, a mother, and a whole lot of bother
The GapsOne street.
There are two sides to every story!
You may have heard the story of Tír na nÓg, but let us tell you the real story.
Backing Life in the background for this sibling musical trio
REJECTEternally externally honest
Backing - Aoife Spratt A dark comedy looking into the lives of sibl…
A little heart goes a long way
A Musical adventure about Anna, a young, housebound girl with a hole in her heart, who one night follows the sound of a strangely familiar…
An Evaluation Of Brian What does it mean to be good?
Smile C**t, You're Not Dead YetDeath, Cancer, Existential Dread and Laughs
An Evaluation Of Brian - Giant'…
tense systems strings on the verge of collapse
Súóg- The Irish in Rwanda1994 – letters from a forgotten mission
tense systems - Kirkos Any stringed i…
Customer ServiceWe aim to tease
Fintan & Síle Are Getting MarriedBest News Ever! Right?
Customer Service - Bren EnterprisesWelcome to Customer service.
Broadcasted crime never pays
Donal and Cillian are recording the final episode of their true crime comedy podcast.
MadeMusic takes him out of dullness
BIG GIRLS BLOUSEWhen you assume.
Anne Gill, Your MothaWhen your creations bite back
The Murder Trust of Iron Mike MolloyThe true story of The Rasputin Of The Bronx
Anne Gill, Your Motha - Anne Gi…
GraveDeath is his living
GONE FULL HAVISHAMWeddings make everyone a little crazy
Grave - Tommy CreaghAn eccentric gravedigger recounts stories from beyond the gra…
Eafa’s music borders on experimental indie, with a hint of electronic.
Black Eyed Dog A Dog Is For Life, Not Just For Christmas
BrewSomething divilish this way comes
Black Eyed Dog - Desmond EastwoodOngoing attempts to evade the Blac…
A Very Female WomanA Lecture.
All Good GuysIrish Men.
ON LOOP Cork is no New York
Issues: An Important PlayMaking a statement - no matter what
ON LOOP - Sadhbh Mc Loughlin + Isobel O'ReganThe sound of a dial ton…
Dragon Can monsters ever change? And how?
Cherry GlowTripping it through the west side's Inner city
Dragon - Fizz & Chips Theatre CompanyWhat happens when a f*c…
The Love ElectricTwo friends.
The Common Task Should we resurrect all the dead?
PatchworkA Portrait of a Young Man as a Patchwork
The Common Task - Meadhbh Haicéid‘Why die?’ …
Lost in TransmissionA deranged channel-surfing sketch show
StarletGet a lad with a car
Lost in Transmission - Shabadoo TheatreTake a trip through the strange, les…
A SLICE OF LIFE.
MAESTRO - The Battle Royale of improvised Theatre and Comedy
The gloves are off.
How to sue your boss and buy your solicitor a new Audi
Laura’s being harassed at work and she’s had enough.
EARLY STAGES – featuring ‘SWAPS!’ and ‘Now Playing’
If they can get their act together, EARLY STAGES will present a theatrical presentation…
Daddy or Chips - Eternal Theatre Your Dad gave you WHAT for dinner?
Jenny's parents are separating and that's what is happening.
Waterford CrystalThe horse - not the crystal manufacturer
Little WeirdoCome and play it's weirdo day
Waterford Crystal - OXBOIn 2004 show-jumper Cian O&rsquo…
Intellectual panto about narcissists and wimps.
HERE WE ARE NOW A Post-Minimalist Opus
WireCan we think ourselves into different people?
HERE WE ARE NOW - Paul GilgunnAlbum launch and debut performances of a bold and …
Pilgrimville The Blessed Virgin Wants The Brits Out
Liam Nugent: Holding Court Liam Nugent tells it like it is
Pilgrimville - The Human Collective Theatre CompanyBASED O…
ManologueA one-woman show about masculinity
Have You Seen This Girl?One Small Town.
Weekend Warrior There's no problem, Jack's the same as everyone else
BellyAn arc on self-acceptance
Weekend Warrior - Tony Doyle Weekend Warrior is abou…
The ThinkingDeveloped at FRINGE LAB with support from Dublin Fringe Festival
Your Ma & Other Stories.
Oneirophobia What happens when you lose control?
GLITCH It's just a game
Oneirophobia - Cassandra is the girl of Gavin’s dreams.
Valentines Dinner + ShowAnd you thought you missed Abigail's Party .
BOYS Single Launch Take It Or Leave It.
Oi!An Irish-Brazilian look at dance, movement + theatre
Routeless Travel the buses.
Comedy, Craft Beer + Wings Wednesdays - Scene + Heard PresentsSniggers .
WHERE ARE YOU FROM?Only a native in night-dreams
Scream With UsWhen talking's not enough
WHERE ARE YOU FROM? - Choy-Ping Clarke-Ng"Where are you from?&q…
Tragedy is for Tall People How (not) To Write For Television
Starship Valentine SPACE JUST GOT A LOT SEXIER
Tragedy is for Tall People - Charisma CheckTune i…
IDOL FOLLIESA dark cabaret of diabolic frolic
Dig your nails in deep for this adult cabaret of devilish delights by Roger Gregg.
Under The Influence - Daniel McDermott and The Lucky OnesNew Music, Old Thoughts, Tiny Changes.
140 Characters#ItsAMatterOfPerspectiveDog BoyGrow up? Woof off
140 Characters - Firefly Theatre140 Characters is a One Man Show that delves into t…
In an attic, in a house, with only letters for company, a woman takes a precarious step into the vibrancy of her imagination.
Gearóid Farrelly brings his brand of chatty stand up comedy on tour, addressing everything from Trump to decluttering and explaining why you shouldn’t toile…
Uncle Tony overdosed last month and has left the future of the family business resting on Sharon’s shoulders.
An illustrated, Poetic, theatrical meditation celebrating the healing and redemptive powers of art, written and performed by Daniel Reardon.
One Love is a joyous exploration of friendship, what it’s like to be in love and have a learning disability.
Psychotherapist Dave has fallen out of love: with his job, with his wife, with everything.
A gripping psychological drama with moments of intensity and also unexpected comedy.
A classic story of good versus evil, law versus the gun, one man versus Liberty Valance.
Claire lost her hair in front of the nation & miraculously grew it back again.
DIDO AND AENEAS (PURCELL) &IL COMBATTIMENTO DI TANCREDI E CLORINDA (MONTEVERDI)
Purcell’s much-loved masterpiece, Dido and Aeneas, recounts the love of Dido, Q…
After last year’s sell out inaugural show ‘Personal Space’, an anthology of the dark, weird and deeply funny.
In BOLSTOFF: A Modern Actor’s Introduction to Advanced Contemporary Performance the lads from Wicker Socks (Fionn Foley, Michael-David McKernan and Ronan Carey) help guide us thr…
Z E I T is an Irish electronic music synth collective borne out of a common passion for synthesizers and the pioneering electronic music era of the 1970s and 1980s.
Tuesdays with Morrie is the charming and thought-provoking story of professor Morrie Schwartz and his former student Mitch Albom, who reunite 16 years after college for one final l…
Cloud Study is part dance, part dream, part theatre, part athletics.
Based loosely on a 1798 Irish Gothic novel by Regina Maria Roche, “Madeline” illuminates something universal about the human response to personal and superna…
We all love a good feisty discussion, arguing and listening, and occasionally learning.
Patrick Gale is one of the UK's most popular writers and he is the author of sixteen novels including the bestsellers 'Rough Music', 'Notes From An E…
Karen Perry, WC Ryan, Anthony J Quinn with Catherine Ryan Howard
How does an author decide to write a series or a book that stands alone, is it the plot or the character…
The novels of Robert Goddard have ranged freely across the generic landscape.
Simon Trewin has spent the last twenty-five years as a literary agent working with some of the biggest names in the world and helping launch the careers of countless deb…
Are female writers deadlier than the male? What do they think of violence in crime fiction and how do they handle it in their books? Do crime novel have to be bloody? Ou…
How much does real life influence fiction? Is the truth sometimes stranger? Four crime writers with close ties to the law and law makers, discuss how real life has influ…
In Mark’s latest novel, The Killing Habit, DI Tom Thorne is tasked with catching a notorious killer of domestic cats.
A disastrously ill-judged crush on the gentleman next door, an inheritance letter mistakenly sent to the wrong beneficiary; these are the ingenious premises of Lisa Jewe…
Forensic anthropologists and crime writers share a common preoccupation with violent death, except that one is concerned with the how and the when while the other is con…
Bestseller Sam Blake brings you some of the strongest new voices in crime fiction and finds out just how they did it.
Since the shocking suicides of her parents, Anna, their daughter, has struggled to come to terms with their loss.
Free but booking essential
A unique workshop for anyone interested in the world of forensics or Crime Scene Investigation, this interactive event is brought to you by i…
International bestselling & award winning author, Lynda La Plante, whose TV dramas from Prime Suspect to Trial & Retribution have kept viewers on the edge of the…
Now a massively-popular sub-genre of crime writing, Domestic Noir takes as its premise the belief that the domestic sphere can be a dark and dangerous environment for wo…
From the number one bestselling author, Peter James, comes an explosive standalone thriller that will grip you and won’t let go until the very last page.
Irish songwriter John Doherty AKA Little Hours plays 2 intimate solo shows, playing new material as well as firm live favourites.
Join us for an evening with prize-winning author Colm Tóibín as he discusses 'Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know : The Fathers of Wilde, Yeats and Joyce&apos…
‘The Streets are Ours’ chronicles the night time activities of a group of aimless 20-somethings still living in a small town in the midlands and their reunio…
Four women, four temperaments, four very different experiences of pregnancy and motherhood.
On public sale from Tue 14 Aug
When I was a boy, I was afraid of the dark…
What was there.
On public sale from Tue 14 Aug
The Misfits by Arthur Miller, reimagined for the stage by Annie Ryan
A woman walks out of a divorce court into a bar.
A group of nuns become the catalyst for institutional change, but will they transform forever the Church they love and have loyally served?
“Bheith gan oirni&uacut…
Cikada Two acrobats create a world between the harmonious and the absurd.
Footloose from a glittering turn on Dancing with the Stars and revelling in her return to stand-up, Deirdre has really hit her stride.
"BILLY wants to help you make space.
Sinéad arrives at her sister Ciara’s door in London, all set for a weekend of respite from caring for their mother, Eileen.
At Peafield Hospital for the Elderly, staff enjoy a slower pace of life than that of their bed-ridden patients, but a surprise inspection from HIQA forces them to make l…
Captain’s Log, Stardate (whatever).
Myths of Our Own is a two-part event celebrating street fashion and fables all as one.
Smock Alley Theatre presents as its tenth in-house production, The Shaughraun, written by Dion BoucicaultRobert Ffolliott, fiancee of Arte O’Neil, has returned to Ireland after e…
Dublin 2018 - After a bitter gangland feud between two childhood friends has reached a deadly impasse, only a terrifying sacriﬁce can end the bloodshed.
“No Borders 2” is an exploration of time, memory and trauma told through the stories of African characters who have been victims of human rights violations in their h…
Imagine if you were told to pack a bag and leave your home forever and you had nowhere to go.
Billy Roche, playwright (Tumbling Down, The Wexford Trilogy, The Cavalcaders etc) returns to his musical roots with his own brand of psychedelic folk.
The Lisa Richards agency present a week of top stand-up comedy! Each night, two comedians will perform their new work-in-progress shows.
New Year’s Eve.
The Lisa Richards agency present a week of top stand-up comedy! Each night, two comedians will perform their new work-in-progress shows.
Dublin Youth Dance Company are thrilled to present an evening of dance at the Smock Alley Theatre as part of the 18th Irish Youth Dance Festival.
Choreographer Fiona Quilligan finds herself in the woods at Fernhill - as part of a dream team - to install James McKenna’s sculptures, two dancers act as a counterweight on rope…
“I come from a time and country where I was treated like a wrong hushed up.
A comedic romp into the world of fantasy role-playing games, She Kills Monsters tells the story of Agnes Evans as she leaves her childhood home following the death of her teenage s…
Join us for an inspirational talk with Michelle McMacken to discuss holistic lifestyle medicine and promoting optimal wellness through plant-based nutrition.
A rare concert performance of Samuel Beckett’s radio play Words and Music with American composer, Morton Feldman’s score.
We are SUPER excited to have a true modern day superman, Rich Roll, come to Dublin on Saturday 30th June.
Schoenberg and Poetry presents two important works based on poetry, which span the development of composer, music theorist and painter, Arnold Schoenberg’s musical style from late …
An idyllic new estate in a commuter town (very convenient for the M50 and the direct train to Dublin) is flipped on its head when divine forces begin to interfere.
Instrumentalising Folk Song explores the idea of the musical setting of language in, perhaps, its purest humanistic form.
The Rapture of Hugo Ball is a rollicking satire staged as an experimental radio comedy with hard hitting live music and sound effects created before your eyes by an multi-talented …
The critically acclaimed Walkinstown returns for one week only.
The Collaborative Artists Company presents Lady Na Master and the Synaptic Room.
In this comedy of manners, double-entendres and double-crossings, an Englishman, an Irishman, a Scotsman and a dandy, compete for the hand of a rich bachelorette – but is she all…
This stage adaptation of the award-winning novel is given its world premiere by Articulate Anatomy and preserves the original structure and narrative style while highlighting, ofte…
Written and performed by Donal Courtney, God Has No Country is the story of Hugh O’Flaherty a priest from Killarney that saved 6,500 lives in Rome during World War 2.
Money For The Sun’s production of The Quare Fellow is an astounding bit of theatre.
XNTHONY is presenting a series of intimate performances, titled Douze, as part of Tiger Dublin Fringe in a bid to garner the public’s support in his bid to represent Ireland at the…
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