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As part of Dublin Fringe Festival 2017, Jerry Fish presents
Dates: 20 Sep - 23 Sep
Show Time: 9pm
Tickets: €18 - €20
“Don’t forget to read between the lines, chew what I say and try not to swallow.”
One of Ireland’s most enigmatic performers steps into theatre to bring his stranger than- fiction life story to the playhouse.
Meet Jerry Fish, the descendant of pirates that once swung from the gallows on Misery Hill. Born-hard to a mermaiden mother, swaddled in a baggywrinkle by the Liffey and raised on the banks of the Thames. Chockablock full of vaudevillian fun and games, voyage to the artist’s ancestral self with never-before-told stories, half-truths, half-fictions and brand new songs.
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Duration: 90 minutes
Supported by Waterford City and County Council
Dublin Fringe Festival is home to bold ideas, brave performing arts and adventurous audiences. Fringe is a curated, multi-disciplinary festival and year-round organisation focusing on fresh and innovative approaches to the arts from Irish and international makers. The festival is where artists challenge, subvert and invigorate their disciplines and practice. Fringe features the freshest new theatre, music, live art, comedy, dance and spectacle from Irish and international artists. The 23rd edition will take place from 9 – 24 September 2017.
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