Saturday August 15, 2020

Dublin Fringe Festival celebrates 21 years

The Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival is 21 this year, and to celebrate the advent of its maturity, artistic director Kris Nelson has programmed “an unconventional birthday party”; a series of live theatrical installations created by the Fringe Lab Rats,

21st August, 2015
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Scotch and Soda: jazzy, upbeat acrobatic performance

Living together in a “human sized lab rat cage of their own design”, Twenty First offers the opportunity to feed, play and meet participants in the project. It sounds like the kind of thing a 21-year-old will love.

If it is a more traditional celebration that you are interested in the Spiegeltent makes a return. It will be pitched in Wolfe Tone Square for the duration of the festival. The line-up features a...

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