Sunday May 31, 2020

Stage: More low hum than buzz at Dublin Fringe

The magical Iveagh Gardens gave the Dublin Fringe Festival a fitting home this year, a leafy canopy for revellers to shelter from the September storms.

20th September, 2008

The magical Iveagh Gardens gave the Dublin Fringe Festival a fitting home this year, a leafy canopy for revellers to shelter from the September storms.

The thick oak tree trunks were adorned in fairy lights, the sad weeping branches of the willows sparkled with glitter and the stone fountain cascaded through a rainbow of colour, creating a supernatural atmosphere that shimmered with possibility.

The on-site entertainment included cheeky peep-shows, the festival’s staple Spiegeltent and a...

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