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DUBLIN THEATRE FESTIVAL 2016

Dates: 29 Sep - 16 Oct

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Alien Documentary by Una McKevitt as part of Dubin Theatre Festival at Project Arts Centre, Dublin

ALIEN DOCUMENTARY

Una McKevitt blends fiction and reality in a show starring PJ Gallagher which considers the possibilities of a new world

Crisis Meeting by Kriopleir Theatre Group as part of Dublin Theatre Festival at Project Arts Centre, Dublin
CRISIS MEETING

An Icelandic play which oscillates between anarchy, sitcom and Beckettian gravity

Guerrilla by El Conde de Torrefiel as part of Dublin Theatre Festival
GUERRILLA

A theatre show in three distinct parts: an electronic music concert, a Tai Chi class and a conference

The Last Siren by Ian Wilson as part of Dublin Theatre Festival at Project Arts Centre, Dublin
THE LAST SIREN

An experimental opera about a hermit-like woman who believes that she is the last of the Sirens

This is Not a Love Story by Gunilla Heilborn as part of Dublin Theatre Festival at Project Arts Centre, Dublin
THIS IS NOT A LOVE STORY

A tale of two reluctant heroes – Kowalski and Vera

Wishful Beginnings by Verk produksjoner as part of Dublin Theatre Festival at Project Arts Centre, Dublin
WISHFUL BEGINNINGS

A look ahead from a year of revolution and unrest into our uncertain future


 

FESTIVAL+

Get more from the festival with Festival+, a series of panel discussions, critical events and work in progress showcases.

Post-show Talking Theatre events will also take place and can be found on individual show pages.

Admission to Festival+ events is free but ticketed unless otherwise specified. Advance booking is advised as seats are limited. These tickets will become available to book on Tuesday 16 August.

Rapids (In Development)

I’m Not Here (In Development)

Young Critics’ Panel

Blast: International Critics’ Forum


Festival Club at Project Arts Centre

The Festival Club is open to all artists and audiences on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights during the festival for pre- and post-show food and drinks.

Opening times:
Mon – Thu until 11.30pm
Fri – Sat until 12.30pm

Please note that the Bar will be closed during performances.


 

Project Artists at DTF 2016

The Circus Animals Desertion by Brokentalkers at Dublin Theatre Festival

The Circus Animals’ Desertion
Brokentalkers
Samuel Beckett Theatre

A major new dance theatre performance The Circus Animals’ Desertion is a poetic response to the imagining of nations, inspired by the Automatic Script experiments of Georgie and William Butler Yeats  in which they called upon the spirit world to assist with their creativity.

 

It's Not Over by Theatreclub at Dublin Theatre Festival

It’s Not Over
THEATREclub
Samuel Beckett Theatre

‘It will take place in a theatre, but it is not a play. It is a campaign. You will watch a re-enactment of the past 50 years of violent political conflict. We are working with former IRA Volunteers. It’s four and a half hours long. There’ll be a bar and a live band, maybe bingo.’

 

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