Theatre

Dublin Theatre Festival 2018

Dates: 27 Sep - 14 Oct

 

ON SALE 14 AUGUST

Fantasia | 28-29 Sept
Anna Karasinska/TR Warszawa, Poland

Fantasia - © Magda Hueckel - Dublin Theatre Festival at Project Arts Centre 2

Mining Stories | 28-30 Sept
Silke Huysmans & Hannes Dereere, Belgium

Mining Stories - © Hugo Cordeiro - - Dublin Theatre Festival at Project Arts Centre

NASSIM | 02-07 Oct
Nassim Soleimanpour/Bush Theatre, UK

NASSIM- © David Monteith-Hodge - - Dublin Theatre Festival at Project Arts Centre

Company | 03-07 Oct
Company SJ, Ireland

Company -© Futoshi Sakauchi - Dublin Theatre Festival at Project Arts Centre 2

The End of Eddy | 09-13 Oct
The Unicorn Theatre (London) & Untitled Projects, UK

End of Eddy - © Hugo Glendinning - Dublin Theatre Festival at Project Arts Centre

Klosterhof | 09-13 Oct
Turkowski & Nowacka, Poland

Klosterhof - © Piotr Nykowski - - Dublin Theatre Festival at Project Arts Centre

My Name is Language | 13-14 Oct
Nicoline van Harskamp, Netherlands

Nicoline van Harskaamp - My name is language - Dublin Theatre Festival at Project Arts Centre

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