Tuesday June 2, 2020

Theatre: Fringe benefits cover all bases

A selection from the Dublin Fringe Festival, which raises its curtains next Friday and continues until September 24

3rd September, 2017
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NEON Western is at the Samuel Beckett Theatre from September 8

‘We are right in the fire because that’s where the world is.” This is the proud declaration of Kris Nelson and Ruth McGowan, chief executive and programme manager of the Dublin Fringe Festival, which raises its curtains next Friday and continues until September 24. With 80 shows to choose from, no preview can cover everything – but here’s a selection that gives some idea of the event’s impressively eclectic menu....

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