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Dublin Theatre Festival 2017

Dates: 26 Sep - 15 Oct

Tickets: €12 - €30

Dublin Theatre Festival is back in the Big Blue Building for its 60th edition with another line-up of the best work from home and abroad.

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Nora 

Inspired by Ibsen’s masterpiece, award-winning writer Belinda McKeon reimagines this exploration of honesty and power for a post-truth world.

 

This is a room…

this is a room… is performed by young people who will never own houses.

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I’m Not Here

 

Doireann Coady debuts as author with I’m Not Here, as she sets off to stage an unstageable, impossible and beautiful act.

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Rapids

 

Exploring instances of disclosure and the presence of stigma in the lives of men and women who are HIV+ in Ireland today.

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Endings

Endings is built in part from one-on-one interviews – people’s stories, reflections and voices.

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