Now over for 2018. Details for 2019 coming soon. Our 2018 coverage is below.
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FringeReview is delighted to be covering Dublin Fringe Festival for the first time.
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I want to see … at Dublin Fringe Festival
Here is our quirky but highly useful show-finding tool…
I want to see…
… a new play, an unflinching exploration of the Irish psyche. Then see Ireland’s Call
… some dark. stand-up comedy. Then see Drowning
… a photography exhibition. Then see Epoch
… aerial stunts, high-octane voguing, explosive vocals and spoken word. Then see Caged
… an award-winning performance about violence and intimacy. Then see Cock Cock … Who’s There?
… an interactive show about the spaces we live in now and the spaces we desire. Then see Everything Can Be Dismantled
… a debut play. Then see For Saoirise
… some spoken word. Then see Boy Child
… a sinister dance-theatre production for young adults. Then see Fable
We’ll be adding more recommendations in the run up to, and during the Fringe.
Dublin Fringe Festival Link Collage
Here’s another way to choose a show at Dublin Fringe Festival.
Use your instincts and click on an image that draws you and you can reveal the show behind the image.
Then start booking…
We’ll be growing our link colleage in the run up to, and during the Fringe.
Dublin Fringe Festival Keyword Chaos
We’ve selected evocative phrases from the fringe programme.
Click on the ones that intrigue you and you might just find the show you need to see…
“Stumbling through a city falling down, a past that won’t let go, to a future he never planned. Walls come tumbling, past and present collide on this rollercoaster ride through a life and city on the brink of… something.”
“It’s raining outside and he’s stuck indoors; Ma’s restocking the industrial-sized pill cabinet, Da’s in the pub, Martin’s doing laps of the garden, Marv is missing and Mump can see a gorilla in the hall.”
We’ll be adding more keyword chaos recommendations in the run up to, and during the Fringe.