Quick Guide To Dublin Fringe Festival 2018

A Holy Show (pic by Ste Murray)

The Dublin Fringe Festival 2018 returns this year with an amazing array of talent, fun, frolics and food for thought, over sixteen days and across twenty three venues. Now in it's 24th year, new artistic director Ruth MacGowan says,  

”This programme is pulsing with energy, adventure and joy. It’s a festival of firsts – each of the 80 events are brand new and happening in Dublin for the very first time at Fringe. We’re introducing the essential voices you need to hear from – I can’t wait for you to meet them.”

Be prepared for : 

Parties, Club Nights & Gigs: Dublin after-dark demands your attention. Throbbing dancefloors and hot gigs to send you home starry-eyed. Fringe is championing Club Culture as an essential part of the cultural fabric of our city. 

Inventors & Mavericks: Works that defy categorisation: live art, dance, theatre, music and genre-bending performance.

13 Good Plays: New writing from playwrights you need to know.

Punchlines: Uproarious stand-up, improv and musical comedy that will leave you begging for more.

Young Radicals: Five cool shows for those on the right side of adulthood as our Fringe for Young Audiences strand returns for a second time in association with Collapsing Horse. 

Sharpened Senses: Tune in and reach out with intimate sound art, live art and visual art.

Bodies in Time: Feats of dance, circus, performance and physical theatre.

Some of the Shows : 

Appropriate -Show In A Bag (pic by Cáit Fahey)

Infinity (pic by Ste Murray

Seahorse (pic by Engin Akyurt)

Down The Drain (pic by Tim Leech-Cleary)

Unwoman Part III (pic by Patricio Cassinonio)

Kiss Kiss Slap Slap (pic by Jeda daBrí)

Susy and the Story Shredder (pic by Neil O'Driscoll)

DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL :: September 8 – 23 | www.fringefest.com

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