Monday June 1, 2020

Artistic Licence: A Fringe for everyone

Talking about the Dublin Fringe Fest recently, a friend complained that he'd really much prefer to watch television.

15th September, 2012
'It's a regular occurrence post-Fringe to observe a hardy theatre critic stumbling through the streets, black-eyed with exhaustion, raving about a play so obscure only five people saw it'.

Talking about the Dublin Fringe Fest recently, a friend complained that he'd really much prefer to watch television.

If the Fringe Fest productions weren't trying to splash water on him, he said, they were busy pushing him onto the Luas for 'an art installation' or making him observe someone on the toilet. Give him a good episode of Dallas on the telly any day, he said. At least that would be relaxing, and he could...

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