Project Arts Centre welcomes

Special Event

TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE 2014

Dates: 04 Sep - 20 Sep

Here’s what you can expect from this year’s Tiger Dublin Fringe at Project Arts Centre:

THE REST IS ACTION
04 – 13 Sept €16/14

HOW TO KEEP AN ALIEN
04 – 13 Sept €15/13

BERNARDA’S HOUSE
05 – 13 Sept €15/13

ADVOCACY
06 – 13 Sept €16/14

BASTARD: A FAMILY HISTORY
06 – 12 Sept €12/11 

EATING SEALS & SEAGULLS’ EGGS
14 – 20 Sept €15/13 

LIFE HAS SURFACE NOISE #2
15 Sept €14

THE TALE OF THE ANCIENT LIGHTS
16 – 20 Sept €12/11

B(R)ITCHES
16 – 20 Sept €15/13

YOU TOLD ME TO CLEAN AND WASH MY EARS
16 – 20 Sept €16/14

SAD SAM LUCKY
18 – 20 Sept €14/12

Tiger Dublin Fringe is Ireland’s leading multidisciplinary arts festival featuring the new and next in performance, music, theatre, live art, comedy, dance, circus, and visual art from Irish and international artists.

Every September the city is transformed with the energy of all things Fringe as up to 650 events take place throughout the city in over 40 venues presented by the 1000+ people involved.

The festival is a platform for emerging Irish arts companies and a showcase for the best contemporary performance from abroad. For artists, Tiger Dublin Fringe facilitates an opportunity to innovate, to cross disciplines and boundaries, finding new ways and places to create work with audiences that are receptive to taking risks and open to exploration.

Tiger Dublin Fringe, unlike many Fringes internationally, is a wholly curated festival seeking explorative, daring work that impacts, moves and invigorates everyone involved. Additionally the festival runs FRINGE LAB, a year round facility annually providing over 3000 hours of support to artists by making space available to work in the festival’s HQ in Temple Bar.

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