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FESTIVAL | Dublin Fringe 2018

Dublin Fringe Festival is home to bold ideas, brave performing arts and adventurous audiences. Fringe is a curated, multi-disciplinary festival and year-round organisation focusing on fresh and innovative approaches to the arts from Irish and international makers. The festival is where artists challenge, subvert and invigorate their disciplines and practice. An active curator, Fringe supports artistic vision, ambition and excellence across a range of art forms and offers supports, resources, space, time and professional development to the Irish independent arts sector.


THEATRE | Beannaithe / Blessed

A group of nuns become the catalyst for institutional change, but will they transform forever the Church they love and have loyally served? Performed in Irish with English surtitles Guthanna Binne Síoraí have staged bilingual work throughout Ireland, as well as in India and Japan. Previous productions include Guthanna Binne Síoraí/ Everlasting Voices; Teanga an Ghrá; Blood on the Rose


FESTIVAL | Dublin Theatre Festival 2018

Explore the 2018 Dublin Theatre Festival programme - 18 days of live performance showcasing pioneering international productions, engaging and provocative Irish work, theatre for children, as well a series of critical talks, artist development programmes and industry events. The Corn Exchange brings Arthur Miller’s iconic film The Misfits to the stage for the first time in this new reimagining by Annie Ryan. The Misfits shows the disillusionment of the American Dream. Conor McPherson’s chilling play St Nicholas receives its Irish premiere in an intimate new production by the Donmar Warehouse which sees Brendan Coyle return to the Irish stage for the first time since 2002, directed by Simon Evans.


THEATRE | The Streets Are Ours

‘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 reunion with an old friend. Meeting in an empty parking lot, the gang reconnect, reminisce and attempt to heal old wounds, but as the night goes on, things left unsaid for too long begin to resurface. Galway-based company Fregoli Theatre are champions of new Irish writing, giving a voice to an Ireland that is often silent and unheard.