Theatre

Wednesday 9th September

"Big Bobby, Little Bobby" at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival 2015

Camille Lucy Ross from Brazen Tales Productions performs an extract from the show “Big Bobby, Little Bobby”, a comedy about making friends with your demons which is playing at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival

Further details:  www.fringefest.com

Tuesday 8th September

"Ghosts" at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival 2015

Ruairí Donovan and Asaf Aharonson explain their dance show “Ghosts” at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival, an explicit exploration of how love and sexual attraction is the central driving force in all aspects of life

Further details:  http://fringefest.com 

"Templemore" at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival 2015

Áine Ryan talks about her play “Templemore” from Studio Perform which is running at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival, about three gardai recruits who bunk off college to go to a festival

Further details:  http://fringefest.com 

 

Monday 7th September

"Sure Thing" at Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival 2015

Jed Murray and Eric O'Brien from Show In A Bag perform an extract from their Fringe Festival show "Sure Thing", an exploration of the gambling culture in Ireland

Further details:  http://fringefest.com

"Romances" at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival 2015

David Turpin (aka The Late David Turpin) explains his theatrical concert “Romances” for the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival, a sinister yet tender-hearted excursion into the human heart

Further details:  http://fringefest.com   

Thursday 3rd September

"Remember To Breathe" at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival 2015

Orla Murphy, writer/director of “Remember To Breathe” at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival, a story which moves between post-crash Ireland and New Zealand exploring how we survive in the aftermath of trauma - with swimming as a major theme

Further details:  www.fringefest.com   

"Our Island" at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival 2015

Peter Corboy and Rob Malone of MIRARI Productions perform an extract from their show “Our Island” which is playing in the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival

Further details:  www.fringefest.com

Yeats poetry set to music in "Blood and the Moon"

Paul Muldoon, poet/curator and musician Adrian Crowley explain ‘Blood and the Moon’, a show featuring the poetry of William Butler Yeats set to music which will premiere at the National Concert Hall next weekend

Further details:   www.nch.ie  

Wednesday 2nd September

"Mother You" at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival 2015

Louise White talks about her Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival play “Mother You”, a story inspired by the work of the Abbeyleix community bog project 

Further details:   www.fringefest.com

"The Windstealers" at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival 2015

Actress Katie Honan talks about her role in “The Windstealers” by the Eccles Theatre Group at the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival, a satire on plans to save an Irish town from ruin by setting up a wind farm  

Full details:  www.fringefest.com/  

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