Dublin Fringe Festival

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Various Locations, Saturday 11th September - Sunday 26th September

From 11-26 September, take your seat once more for Dublin Fringe Festival! We'll overrun the city with outdoor visual art in Dublin 8 and secret locations city-wide, as well as live open-air performances at Dublin Castle and Grand Canal Dock. We'll be hosting music and comedy gigs back in beloved venues and bringing cutting edge interdisciplinary performances to stages in the Abbey Theatre, Project Arts Centre, Smock Alley, Chapel Royal and Draíocht Blanchardstown. Fringe will find a way to reach you. We'll come to your place with unexpected night classes and covert audio experiences. Keep your phone on you as we'll be texting and emailing you the kind of arts experiences you want over the festival fortnight!

Proudly funded by the Arts Council and Dublin City Council. Made possible through the support of our brilliant venue, programming and festival partners; Official Digital Partner The Digital Hub, cultural partners The Office of Public Works and Culture Ireland and hospitality partners Stay City and Hard Rock Hotel.

Saturday 11th September - Sunday 26th September
Dublin, Ireland

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The Nightmare Realm


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What I (Don’t) Know About Autism

Abbey Theatre

Sandra is looking for love. Gordon is seeking acceptance. Simon just wants these parents to stop talking for two minutes so he can get on with teaching their kids. And Casper? Casper is not here. What I (Don’t) Know About Autism takes the audience on a highly theatrical journey. Performed by a cast of autistic and non-autistic actors, it is a sometimes comic, sometimes heartbreaking look at the world of autism. The play mixes narrative, song, dance and direct address to explore this contentious and often misunderstood subject matter. Inspired by the writer’s own experiences with

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West Side Story in Concert

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

Due to popular demand, Bord Gáis Energy Theatre is thrilled to announce that WEST SIDE STORY in Concert will return to our stage from Wednesday 27 - Saturday 30 October 2021. Leading the cast of home-grown talent will be Gavin Ryan and Leah Barniville who will play star-crossed lovers: Tony and Maria. Brian Gilligan will play Riff, Clare Ivory; Anita, Johnny Ward; Action and Nassim Missaoui will play Bernardo. The exciting, supporting cast also includes DonKing Rongavilla, Rob Vickers, Brian Murray, Michael Joseph, Oisín Nolan-Power, James Deegan, Tom Moran, Jordan Bass, Alex Glennon, Pho

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