THE FAIRGREEN SLAUGHTERHOUSE

22 May 2007 - 02 Jun 2007

€15

A man and his hunger, The Fairgreen Slaughterhouse examines the weakening of the will and the erosion of morality while queueing at the deli counter. It's simply delicious! The Fairgreen Slaughterhouse is blacker than black pudding and sharper than a…

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THE IRISH CURSE

19 May 2007 - 19 May 2007

€7

Does size matter? This question, important to every man (and most women) is at the centre of this wicked new comedy which won Martin Casella the Outstanding Playwriting Award at the 2005 New York Festival. From its blistering language to…

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CRUEL AND TENDER

19 May 2007 - 19 May 2007

€7

Far away a battle rages and an entire city is turned to dust. Amelia can't sleep. She waits for news of her husband. He's a great General and this seems to be a decisive victory. But when the motives for…

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JACK THE LAD & DREAM MAN

12 May 2007 - 12 May 2007

€7

PERFUME PRODUCTIONS: JACK THE LADBy MATT HARRIS Director PHIL SETREN Jack, a rent boy faces the truth about his family, his past and himself through working encounters with his clientele.The Giant, magic beans and the Beanstalk are reworked into this…

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NINE YEARS

11 May 2007 - 11 May 2007

€7

Nine years ago two friends decided to see the world. Mainly on foot and latterly on bicycles the two have since travelled the length and breadth of Europe, Scandinavia, North America and Australia. As they moved around the world the…

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ROOM SERVICE

10 May 2007 - 10 May 2007

€7

ROOM SERVICE, a live interactive film, is set in the conference room of a hotel where the audience watch four performers on huge TV monitors set side by side. Each performer is in a separate hotel room, unable to see…

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WE ARE HERE 2.0

30 Apr 2007 - 12 May 2007

€7

We Are Here 2.0 is a season on of alternative projects probing the changing physical and cultural landscape of the city through interactive film, mixed reality gaming, mobile theatre and gently subversive audio tours. Featuring: The Audio Detourists / It's…

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THE DILEMMA OF A GHOST

21 Apr 2007 - 21 Apr 2007

€16

Upon graduating from an American University, Ato Quayson returns to his native West African country of Ghana with his brand new African-American bride, Eulalie, to begin a new life among his people. An endearingly thought-provoking comedy, The Dilemma of a…

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THE WORLD IN PICTURES

20 Apr 2007 - 20 Apr 2007

€22

Somewhere, amid the frequent downfalls of fire-proofed theatrical snow, the ragbag of dodgy costumes, the swirling music and the improvised scenery, there's a bold attempt to tell the story of mankind. Complete with cavemen in bad wigs and over-enthused performances,…

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ATTEMPTS ON HER LIFE

18 Apr 2007 - 05 May 2007

€7

Attempts to describe her? Attempts to destroy her? Or attempts to destroy herself? Is Anne the object of violence? Or its terrifying practiitioner? Through the course of seventeen distinct but interconnected scenarios, a group of unnamed characters try to piece…

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TEMPLE BAR TRAD

14 Apr 2007 - 14 Apr 2007

€15

Temple Bar Trad is Dublin's premier celebration of traditional Irish music & culture. It features performances from some of Ireland's most talented traditional musicians with events running throughout the weekend. Project Arts Centre will be the hub of the festival,…

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AN EVENING WITH TOM JOHNSON

Performance/ 14 Apr 2007 - 14 Apr 2007

€15

Tom Johnson introduces his own inimitable style of compositions. 6PM Talking - a dialogue between two speakers, A and B, who talk mostly about talking, with regular interludes of harpsichord music. 8PM Galileo -a composition for self-invented percussion instrument based…

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100 MINUTES

14 Apr 2007 - 14 Apr 2007

€16

100 Minutes 2007 is a collection of ten new ten-minute plays about now. Submitted by playwrights from around the globe and performed by an ensemble of ten actors, 100 Minutes 2007 explores the current political and cultural moment. This format…

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DOES SHE TAKE SUGAR?

14 Apr 2007 - 14 Apr 2007

€16

'I come without make-up or hairdo, or costume, or high heels. I have no idea,but I come anyway.' Pina Bauschdoes she take sugar?, Jean Butler's first solo program, is an intimate dance piece which investigates a provocative new movement language…

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY

07 Apr 2007 - 07 Apr 2007

€15

Premiere of an extended jazz suite, inspired by life in contemporary Ireland - both good and bad - composed by Ireland's leading jazz composer Ronan Guilfoyle, and featuring six of the finest jazz musicians in the country. Terms and Conditions…

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LIKE WATCHING PAINT DRY

07 Apr 2007 - 07 Apr 2007

€20

...conceived for 26 chairs from A-Z... A mesmerising PERFORMANCE INSTALLATION which allows you to experience the "dynamic of silence" in a powerful performance ritual - created, written and embodied by artist & artistic director Ursula Mawson-Raffalt, embedded in a captivating…

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DUBLIN KLEZFEST

05 Apr 2007 - 05 Apr 2007

€28

After a series of packed houses in the Boom Boom Room, Project Arts Centre welcomes Dublin KlezFest! a five-hour celebration of Klezmer, Balkan and Eastern European folk music. Headlined by Yurodny and the North Strand Klezmer Band, the show will…

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NODE

04 Apr 2007 - 04 Apr 2007

€7

Ian Lahiffe conducts the Node Ensemble in a concert of groundbreaking new acoustic and electronic music by composers active within Trinity College, Dublin. 'Was the music good? It was...Those involved in music funding take note, now is the time to…

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EAR-DRUM

31 Mar 2007 - 31 Mar 2007

€15

Electro Acoustic Revue (EAR) is a Dublin-based collective of composers who specialize in the electro-acoustic medium and its interactions with instrumental music. The EAR-drum concert series will focus on electro-acoustic music featuring percussion.27 MARCH 8.15PM Spatial Music for loudspeakers28 MARCH…

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DON CARLOS

31 Mar 2007 - 31 Mar 2007

€7

This timeless study of politics and passion has brought Friedrich Schiller back to the centre of world theatre. Schiller's masterpiece is an electrifying tale of manipulation, idealism and tyranny, charged to the hilt with contemporary political resonance. A great drama…

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