How to navigate the Fringes of theatrical invention

How to navigate the Fringes of theatrical invention
Janet Moran in A Holy Show, which runs at the Abbey Theatre from September 10-15
Theatres in Dublin make way for the eclectic performance experiments of the Dublin Fringe Festival this week. With 80 productions across the performing arts being launched over 16 days, the programme can be intimidating. How to choose from a mixed bag of unvetted new work that crosses genres? Will that show about Ikea bookcases (Billy, Smock Alley Theatre, Boys’ School, September 18-22) really be any good? Is it worth gambling the ticket price to participate in cryptic immersive piece The Money (further details only when you book)? To help, here are my top theatrical tips for the next two weeks. If I’m right, they will sell out in a flash.

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