Theatre

Dublin Theatre Festival 2019

Dates: 26 Sep - 13 Oct

Bluffer’s Guide to Suburbia | 26 Sep – 05 Oct
Ray Scannell with Once Off Productions in association with Cork Midsummer Festival and The Everyman, Ireland

Bluffers Guide to Suburbia, theatre written and composed by Ray Scannell as part of Dublin Theatre Festival. Ray stands near a motorway with his guitar

Hecuba | 27 Sep – 06 Oct
Rough Magic, Ireland

Show Image for Hecuba; written by Marian Carr, directed by Lynne Parker. Presented by Rough Magic as part of Dublin Theatre Festival

Design & Destroy | 28 Sep – 12 Oct
Irish Society of Stage and Screen Designers
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Rat King | 04 Oct
Genevieve Hulme-Beaman, in collaboration with Ronan Phelan and Kate Ferris

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Vanishing | 04 Oct
Doireann Coady, in collaboration with Jane Deasy

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Transmission | 05 Oct
Caitríona Ní Mhurchú, in collaboration with Gina Moxley and Raymond Keane

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Conversations After Sex | 06 Oct
THISISPOPBABY and Mark O’Halloran

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Blast: International Critics’ Forum| 07 Oct

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Real Magic | 08 Oct – 09 Oct
Forced Entertainment, UK

Show Image; Real Magic, conceived of and devised by Forced Entertainment company members, Directed by Tim Etchells presented at Dublin Theatre Festival. 3 characters in a sparse stage space; a blindfolded man without trousers sits on a chair, a dishevelled man in a grey suit and long brown wig gestures & speaks into a microphone in the centre. To the right of him a person in a chicken suit holds a cardboard sign saying Caravan

Case Study BeSpectACTive! A European Network for Active Spectatorship | 08 Oct
Creative Europe Desk Ireland, EU Arts and Culture FunCreative Europe Desk Ireland, EU Arts and Culture Funding

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Collection of Lovers | 10-12 Oct
Raquel André, Portugal

Show Image; Collection of Lovers Co-Created by António Pedro Lopes, Bernardo de Almeida and Raquel André, presented at Dublin Theatre Festival. A woman stands in a photography studio looking off screen, she holds a microphone

Physics and Phantasma |11 – 12 Oct
Iggy Lond Malmborg, Sweden/Estonia

Show Image; Physics and Phantasma, theatre written & performed by Iggy Long Malmborg presented as part of Dublin theatre Festival. Iggy stands in the back of an empty black theatre space. An apparition of fire and smoke floats in the centre stage area

Decoys | 12 Oct
Shaun Dunne

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Youth Theatre Ireland Young Critics’ Panel | 13 Oct

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