Theatre

Dublin Fringe Festival 2018

Dates: 08 Sep - 23 Sep

 

AFTER
Liv O’Donoghue | 07 – 15 Sept

AFTER by Liv O'Donoghue - Dublin Fringe Festival at Project Arts Centre

 

Assisted Solo
Company Philip Connaughton | 07 – 15 Sept

Assisted Solo by Philip Connaughton - Dublin Fringe Festival at project Arts Centre

 

Everything I Do
One Two One Two | 07 – 15 Sept

Everything I Do by One Two One Two - Dublin Fringe Festival at Project Arts Centre 2

 

Oneday
Dick Walsh and James Moran | 08 – 15 Sept

Oneday by Dick Walsh - Dublin Fringe Festival at Project Arts Centre

 

Susie and the Story Shredder
Bombinate theatre | 08 – 16 Sept

Susie and the story Shredder by Bombinate Theatre - Dublin Fringe Festival at Project Arts Centre

 

FABLE
HUMAN COLLECTIVE | 09 & 16 Sept

FABLE by Human Collective - Dublin Fringe Festival at Project Arts Centre

 

Running + Walking in the Phoenix Park
Martin Sharry | 12 – 21 Sept

Walking + Running in the Phoenix Park by Martin Sharry - Dublin Fringe Festival at Project Arts Centre

 

Cock, Cock.. Who’s There?
Samira Elagoz | 14 – 15 Sept

Cock, Cock... Who's There by Samira Elagoz - Dublin Fringe Festival at Project Arts Centre

 

Trial of the Centurys
The Mess Around & Popical Island | 17 – 22 Sept

Trial of the Centurys - Dublin Fringe Festival at Project Arts Centre 2

 

 

My Dad’s Blind
Anna Sheils-McNamee | 18 – 22 Sept

My Dad's Blind by Anna Sheils-McNamee - Dublin Fringe Festival at Project Arts Centre

 

Seahorse
Christiane O Mahony & For the Birds | 18 – 22 Sept

Seahorse by Christiane O'Mahony - Dublin Fringe Festival at Project Arts Centre (1)

 

Drip Feed
Karen Cogan | 19 – 22 Sept

Drip Feed by Karen Cogan - Dublin Fringe Festival at Project Arts Centre

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