Dublin Fringe Festival presents

Dance

FABLE by HUMAN COLLECTIVE

Dates: 09 Sep - 16 Sep

Show Time: Various

Tickets: €8-12

9 September: 3.30pm & 6.15pm
16 September: 1.30pm & 3.30pm

FABLE is a sinister dance-theatre production for young adults. An all-male cast of highly physical street dancers dissect modern life, revealing the disease that sits just under the skin. From the unanticipated consequences of new technologies to political conspiracy and manmade horrors and drawing on classic dystopian cinema and cautionary tales, these five short stories don’t shy away from the gruesome details.

Choreographed by Matt Szczerek and directed by Cathy Coughlan.

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For young audiences aged 13+

Presented by Dublin Fringe Festival and Collapsing Horse as part of Young Radicals.

Produced in partnership with Dance Ireland.

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