Festival / Music / Spoken Word / Theatre / 10-14 September 2022


Tickets: Preview: €16 | Performances €20/18

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We're sorry to announce that the remaining performances of Accents (15-17 Sept) are canceled due to illness.

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Show Time: Preview 10 September, Performances 11 – 17 September | 9pm

The sound of your voice is the sound of your family, your community and where you’re from, it can lift you and lay you down.

Written by Emmet Kirwan, composed by Eoin French and directed by Claire O’Reilly, this world premiere presents a powerful, poetic journey through a gentrified city. Accents is a transformative new show about the arrival of a new life, the families we try to create, the families we may never have, and the post-crash boom generation living a life delayed.


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Writer: Emmet Kirwan

Composer: Eoin French (Talos)

Director/Dramaturg: Claire O’Reilly

Lighting Designer: Zia Bergin-Holly

Production Manager: Grace Halton

Producer: Kate Ferris

Producer with Project Arts Centre: Cian O’Brien

Image: Sarah Doyle


Emmet Kirwan is an Irish Actor, Playwright and poet. His play ‘Dublin Oldschool’ won the Stewart Parker award and has been performed at The National Theatre London it has recently been made into a feature film . He is also known for writing and performing the IFTA award winning poetry short film Heartbreak (2017) and being the writer and star of the Irish television comedy series Sarah and Steve (2010).

Eoin French, known professionally as Talos, is an Irish indie electronic musician from Cork


A Dublin Fringe Festival commission. Supported by The Arts Council/ An Chomhairle Ealaíon.

Project Arts Centre is proudly supported by The Arts Council and Dublin City Council.


Please note that this show contains the use of strobe lighting.

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