Dublin Fringe coasts the edge of the possible once more

This year’s festival is another cracker, with emerging and established artists boldly embracing edgy themes and innovative form

19th September, 2021
Dublin Fringe coasts the edge of the possible once more
Adrienne Truscott and Feidlim Cannon in Masterclass . PIcture: Ste Murray

Since its foundation in 1996, the Dublin Fringe Festival has provided a platform for emerging artists to bring their work into the world and for established artists to experiment with new ideas and forms. This year’s festival is no different, featuring work that focuses on cutting-edge subject matter as well as transgressive theatrical forms. Artificial intelligence, gender politics, environmental agitation: the contemporary political landscape, it seems, is never far from the makers’ minds, and yet...

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