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    Dublin Fringe Festival - The Far Side

    The Far Side is an Upstate Theatre Project that asked seven people to present their experiences and memories of growing up and living in Drogheda. Director Feidlim Cannon and participant Gerry Cullen join Seán Rocks. The website is www.fringefest.com.

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    Dublin Fringe Festival - Lippy

    Bush Moukarzel and Mark O'Halloran on their play 'Lippy' at this year's Dublin Fringe Festival - www.fringefest.com.

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    "13" - Dublin Fringe Festival

    13 interconnecting performances, building incrementally over 13 days, in a variety of venues around the capital, all commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the 1913 lockout.

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    Noelle Brown - 'PostScript'

    Born in Ireland in the 1960s and given up for adoption 8 weeks later, Noelle Brown spent years trying to learn about her birth mother.She has now co-written a play about her struggles with state bureaucracy and a church and society that would rather forget the past.

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    Break

    Building on the award winning-success of "I Heart Alice Heart I" and "Eternal Rising of the Sun", playwright Amy Conroy has written a new play about a staff-room of embattled Teachers. "Break" opens next week, as part of this year's Dublin Fringe Festival.

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    Pride and Prejudice - the Musical

    To celebrate the 200th anniversary of one of the most popular and enduring love stories Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice - the Musical", is currently on tour.

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    The Paddies of Parnell Street

    The Paddies of Parnell St - Nigerian born playwright Bisi Adigun has been living and working in Ireland for seventeen years. His new play is The Paddies of Parnell Street and Bisi Adigun

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    The Maid's Version

    Sinead Gleeson reviews The Maid's Version by Daniel Woodrell which is Published by Hachette

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    Sonya Kelly

    Fringe veteran Sonya Kelly on the 19th Dublin Fringe Festival - www.fringefest.com.

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    Theatre - Nirbhaya

    A new play 'Nirbhaya' has opened at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (www.edfringe.com) which explores the real life gang rape and murder of Indian student Jyoti Singh Pandey in Delhi in December, 2012 and explores the issue of sexual violence in India. Writer and Director Yael Farber joins Seán Rocks.

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