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Travel down the quays. Take in the full panoramic vista. Spend some time in contemplation with him. Farrell Blinks is an office drone with an overactive fantasy gland. His imagined, heroic adventures offer violent release from the pressures and boredom of his ordinary life — until the border between fantasy and reality begins to blur. When his demons come after him, Farrell has to find his voice and face them down. The Corn Exchange returns to the festival after a long absence with this incredible new show.
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Time is running out. It has to be said aloud. Six hours of endurance. A verbal attack. You can come every night, or just one time. We learned that we all felt the same things at the same time. Now we want you to know that too. Our 'Spirit of the Fringe Award' winners return with a major new work. Surveying a tumultuous year in the life of Ireland and the world, this piece shows a remarkable prescience in its concept and a tour de force in its execution. I wrote So did you.
This is the communication of the future. A story led by a Mistress of Invention that is low and divine, soiled and sublime. Misfits and navigators, poets, punks and mystics growl at the moon, unbind darkness and rediscover the pulp and sinew of innocence. Catch a glimpse of new universes as imaginers, conjurers, philosophers and inventors, like rough-hewn seers, stagger, stalk, rip, roar and wrangle their way through a world of science and sawdust caught in the act of becoming In this ugly, pretty life be amazed, terrified and tremble with the joy of things as wise beasts, rude charmers, arch.
After the incredible success of The Wild Hunt last year, we could think of no better way to open the festival than to invite Macnas back. This event promises to be magical and haunting in equal measure. There is no parking at the venue. This event is free but ticketed. A limited number of tickets will also be available at the museum until 5pm Friday September 9th. Tickets are limited to a maximum of 5 per person. Children over 2 years must have a separate ticket. Strictly no admittance without a ticket. No tickets will be available at the venue on the day of the event.
Voiced by multiple performers, Flora reveals a curious and evocative portrait of a life refracted through the lens of dementia. Melanie Wilson is a performer, writer and sound artist making work that centres on the use of sound as a distinct, immersive agency, powerfully linked to state of mind.
Previous best production winner returns with the world premiere of her stunning new piece. An essential booking for your opening weekend! Meticulous analysis of your skills and strengths will reveal your optimum careerpath. Are you a Bieber?
Maybe more Cher? Or just The Wanted? This is a perfect show for music lovers whether you are a Nialler 9 reading chin-stroker or still have a collection of dog-eared Smash Hits buried in a wardrobe somewhere. Nominated for the Melbourne Comedy Festival's prestigious Barry Award in , this cult comedy duo are about to change the way you look at lists forever.
Watch this odd couple tear through a hilarious hour of surreal sketches that push at the boundaries of sense. If you liked the Pajama Men last year, you're going to love this Irish debut by these festival favourites the world over. Their pitch-perfect timing and deadpan delivery mixed with some fun! If you like your comedy stupid and smart at the same time, put them on your to-see list. Book early or miss out. Their Australian accents will remind you of Neighbours. All the cool kids are already going.
Intimate, playful and engaging, I Like This balances detailed sophistication and delightful mischief. I saw this show in Australia last year and immediately knew that it had to be seen by a Dublin audience. This is the kind of dance show that everyone will enjoy. Fast paced, visually arresting and utterly of the moment. Intimacy AUS Our friends reflect who we want to be, our acquaintances who we might become, our families who we were. But only a stranger can reveal who we really are. Intimacy is born in the strangest of places, with a man stepping out of his apartment into the chaos of a busy night.
His aim is nothing more than to speak to strangers, to meet new people, to flirt with the simple differences that any urban street may offer up. A quiet, powerfully unique theatrical vision, exploring what the most humble of interactions can reveal to us. Now they return with this startling new show. A tiny tale set in the deepest dark blue sea of a solitary explorer with a heart as big as a whale.
Seas have risen, billions have died and Alvin Sputnik is our only hope. He must venture to the bottom of the ocean to find his wife's lost soul and save humanity. Direct from sold out seasons in New York, Sydney and Auckland, this multi awardwinning piece of heart-warming "theatrical magic" Sunday Mail is a one-man epic about enduring love and the end of the world.
A highly imaginative fusion of animation, mime, puppetry, projections and live music, conjuring a touching tale that is "akin to a theatrical Wall-E" New York Times. Space is big. Too damn big. All we need now is the question. Now in its tenth year, the SEEDS Programme has spring-boarded the careers of over 30 theatre artists across all disciplines. Free, tickets available at door only.
Magical WanKing Neil Watkins has wanked more than is healthy, allegedly. Named as Queer Notions Festival Highlight by The Irish Times, this is a brave and heartbreaking exploration of porn addiction, destructive sexual behaviour, Catholic guilt and family heartbreak.
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Written in hypnotic verse, it is both a profound personal journey and a furious state of the nation address. It demands that you bear witness to it. Three women in a darkened theatre perform a compellingly illogical dance. As if lightly blown onto stage, with a quick glamorous saunter, one hand on hip, they travel a straight line followed by a curved one, appearing to navigate without a specific destination before arriving near the audience. A moving, profound, sublimely ridiculous performance of their very own lost opera. They are not lost; but where are they going?
Adrienne Truscott, one half of The Wau. Expect laughter, confusion, challenging ideas with a pinch of naughtiness. Written in response to the famous X case, when a young girl who became pregnant following a rape, was refused permission to travel to England for an abortion. Directed by: Grace Dyas. A searing examination of Ireland in the s - its moneylenders, its unemployment, its exhausting and debilitating emigration.
Directed by: Edwina Casey. Seven old friends from the class of '83 get together to talk about old times. But nostalgia is no match for disillusionment, and as the drink takes hold the true events of their past emerge and the reunion falls apart with chilling and unexpected savagery. Directed by: Tom Creed. Where Do I Start? Nyree is supposed to be Armenian, but she is Irish. And she needs your help. Find links to your past, map out memories and discover your identity by inventing it.
To err is human, to dance divine. She wants to be in a hot air balloon with Michael Jackson. She wants to cry during her Oscar speech. She wants to hit that high note that makes people gasp. She wants to soar…to fly… to move. A poignant account of redemption and release. Expect honesty, a touching and an utterly convincing performance. Fully subtitled bilingual theatre. Reinventing Irish language performance one microphone at a time, this new piece promises wit, belly laughs as well as true insight into our relationship with our first official language.
Willie White directs. We wanted to reach out so we wrote to them. We wanted to say thanks for letting us skip the queue that time, for being bright and different and needed and involved and for daring to be you. Writing these notes gave us hope and a reason to look up; made us think of fresh starts, new beginnings and a time for change. We want to change the world but we are only three. This could be a nice place to start. For 16 nights, this historic space will be transformed into a Brave New World.
The glacially cool electro-pop explosion that is FM Belfast are back from Reykjavik after ripping up our festival club last year to a sold-out crowd. A chronically eclectic blend of digitised synth and audience interaction ensure their gigs never disappoint: get ready to jump, squat, kneel and mosh for the entire, ridiculously high energy set featuring anything from 3 to 30 members.
Doors 9pm. Gig starts Do you want to break free? Take the stage with a full backing band, screaming fans and kick out the jams in this karaoke experience of a lifetime. Armed to the teeth with AV DJ technology, his patented blend of junk-jive, Charleston-funk and lindy-drop beats swept audiences into an ecstatic frenzy at Glastonbury and Bestival and tonight will be no exception.
Join us to celebrate the end. Doors 10pm. Shane's parents are deaf. He grew up in a house with doorbell lights and subtitles on the TV. A house where to be heard, you had to be seen. Follow him to a place where languages collide. Where the lights are so bright you can't see to speak. Where sound is just a feeling and signs are all around. Close your ears, cover your eyes.
Come to the Deaf Disco. We'll see you there. Developed as part of Project Brand New. I strongly urge you to do so. Cult Five devotees wake up in a remote barn following their cults mass ascension. The cult comedy group, Diet of Worms have found their higher calling and are waiting to recruit you. Pope Benedict has a creepy voice, a priceless art collection and diplomatic immunity.
And he heads a sinister organisation, hell-bent on World Domination. Has our Catholic guilt been transubstantiated into IMF debt?
And why has James Bond never gone undercover in Northern Ireland? Now he tackles the Catholic church. Highly entertaining. ChesslAugh meWash Lift the mask. On your wall and her wall, his wall and their wall - on all the walls on all the profiles in all the networks in all the world, in every language in every tongue, in every pic and every pixel. Digitised, superficial celebs are we. In falsehood, fact and friendship we roll and move and shake to the words of a troubled Polish poet and try to figure out who gives a tweet about us in characters or less.
Our Grannies lit candles. This is what happened before, during and after those meetings. Talking Shop Ensemble and Shaun Dunne collaborate once more; this time exploring habit and religion, ritual and superstition and the questions we ask about where we go from here. I am so excited to see them collaborate again on this new piece. But memories have been known to play games, manipulate the facts and lie and the stories of truth that we weave may not be so reliable. This new play provides an entertaining and thought-provoking exploration of the boundaries between reality and fiction, creativity and vanity.
A funny and increasingly surreal production, this is a fresh, captivating show by an exciting new writer. An offbeat fable about a young man named Luca who has lost all hope. If only it would stop raining. So one night Luca says a prayer, the consequences of which could prove to be devastating and irrevocable.
Directed by the Irish Times Irish Theatre Award nominee Matt Torney, this is a deeply moving story of heartache, reinvention and destruction. Utterly spellbinding stuff. Dropping, he is. Off ladders, into rivers. No apologies though, not to brother Martin, not to Hilary Hart and definitely not to his best friend Squelch. This might be a ghost story.
Worse yet, it might not. The dark corners of the theatre reflect the dark corners of the mind in this adaptation of the American Gothic novella which charts a young woman's descent into madness during the Victorian era of medical extremes. Trapped in an attic room and cut off from the world, she begins to obsess over the wallpaper, and what's waiting behind it.
As she struggles to make sense of its twisting patterns, what she discovers draws her closer and closer to the edge. Directed by Aoife Spillane-Hinks. Set by Alyson Cummins. Lighting by Sarah-. Jane Shiels. Since my first chat with them, I've been very excited about this passionate collaboration. Something to live for. It is hope. We were praying at the start, and it seems many of us are praying again When faced with the abyss, we once thought we knew who we might find staring back.
Now the abyss and its keeper are up for grabs.
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A play about lives in a country on the brink of change, faith and where we find the ground when the ground keeps moving. Thoughtful, considered, honest and unbiased, this piece offers its audience a clear picture of our spiritual lives. We stage scenes of spectacular love.
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Scenes of romance downloaded from pop-culture are transposed to the real time of theatre. Throughout the narrative, two guys and one girl are locked in a revolving love triangle, forced to exhaust the spectacle of love and see what survives. They are makingup and breaking up for your entertainment, exposing all when the fourth wall slips sideways.
Follow them. The results are charming, laugh-out-loud funny and insightful. After a harrowing 26 months at sea, Rory — a man with no previous experience of exploration or indeed of ever being in a boat — has somehow returned home as acting expedition leader. Now liable for the extensive debts the expedition has. This may not be quite what they had in mind. Be one of the first to see these new shows before they head off to venues around the country. Mary and Paddy met. They did everything that couples do; fell in love, got married, had a baby.
Then they had a second, and a third, a fourth, a fifth, a sixth, a seventh, an eight, a ninth, a tenth, an eleventh, a twelfth, and finally a thirteenth. Unlucky for some… Anthony Morris is an actor. Thirteen stories that overlap. Thirteen stories that never agree. Here are two of them. Niamh says that science is everywhere, even in public parks. She says that we are all composed of atoms; hundreds of thousands of trillions of atoms. And empty space. If we imagine a single atom being the size of the park, then as we lie on the grass we hold in our hands the nucleus, about the size of one grain of rice.
Apart from electrons, there is nothing else. Just space.
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