This year’s Fringe Festival programme has been announced and offers some light for Ireland’s arts and entertainment industry, which is currently curtailed by COVID-19 restrictions.
This year’s edition entitled the Pilot Light Edition will feature 107 performances at 23 venues, outdoor spaces and online events and runs from September 5th to 20th.
Event will take place at venues like Abbey Theatre, Project Arts Centre and Smock Alley among others, the first time many will be used since March. Outdoor stages happen at Dublin Castle and in Dalymount Park.
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The programme features:
Holding Patterns – Simon Cullen live @ Dublin Castle
Origins Eile: A series of events for Queer Black celestial kinfolk (online)
Paul Noonan presents the Electric Kazoo (kid’s show) @ Smock Alley
Dublin Digital Radio – a one-day avant-garde public service broadcast.
Comedians In Bohemians – Joanne McNally, Gearóid Farrelly & friends @ Dalymount Park
Slay Werewolf Slay – Fried Plantains Collective @ Smock Alley
Glitter HOLE, WeAreGriot and gender.RIP @ Project Arts Centre
And a lot more