Tiger Dublin Fringe 2015

Tiger Dublin Fringe 2015

This September we welcome Tiger Dublin Fringe 2015 to the Peacock stage for the second year running.

From 5 – 19 September we will have five great productions from leading Irish and international artists. The Abbey Theatre Literary Team will also host our Playwrights Hub, a workshop where aspiring writers can develop their craft with the help of established theatre-makers. See the full line-up below.

5 – 12 September

Fusing the highly distinctive choreography of junk ensemble with the innovative theatricality of Brokentalkers, It Folds offers a poignant and humorous portrait of life in a modern city and the tragicomic events that shape our everyday lives.Learn more and book tickets for It Folds here

9 – 10 Sept

Musical worlds join forces in two special nights with new arrangements of forgotten gems from the treasury of syncopated song. Learn more and book tickets for Susannah With Strings Attached here.

14 September

Young Hearts Run Free are back with another instalment of their series exploring music and memory. This time, the theme is space, and how certain records can shape and provide a soundtrack to our lives in a certain city, environment, or place – and why. Learn more and book tickets forLife Has Surface Noise #3 here.

16 – 19 September

A provocative, moving and comic production that chronicles one man’s attempts at connection, friendship and employment at B&Q.Learn more and book tickets for You’re Not Alone here.

17 – 19 September

Using a video camera and projection screen to reveal a selection of his favourite flipbooks, Gerling inspires a gentle and profound reflections upon our lives.Learn more and book tickets for Portraits in Motion here.

Take part in the Abbey Theatre Playwrights Hub

Find out more about how the Abbey Theatre develops new plays. Bounce some ideas off them or get the facts about submitting your work. Spend time on the nuts and bolts of your trade and take the chance to develop some new ideas with the help of established theatre makers. For more information on the Playwrights Hub, go here.

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