Dublin Fringe Festival: Oisín McKenna presents

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Dates: 06 Sep - 15 Sep

Show Time: 9.15pm (6.30pm, 6 Sept & 3.45pm, 14 Sept)

Tickets: €13-15

Preview: 6.30pm, 6 Sept, €11

Oisín left Dublin to pursue his dream of becoming socially mobile. Now, he is having an existential crisis in the canned goods aisle at Aldi, trying to remember his mindfulness techniques. Exploring the relationship between class, capitalism and health, this show is about being poor, precarious and lonely, and adding items to your Watched List on eBay in the hopes of feeling better.

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Please note: contains themes of suicide
Duration: 60 mins
Image Credit: Róisín Murphy

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