Project Arts Centre presents

Special Event


Dates: 12 Apr - 28 Apr

Show Time: Various times

Tickets: €15 - €13


Presented by ABSOLUT Fringe & Project Arts Centre


This April we’re joining forces with ABSOLUT Fringe to rip it up in rep, as five favourite shows from fringes past will return for a sensational season at Project Arts Centre.

Turn Around is a diverse line up of theatre, dance, puppetry, spoken word and music-theatre, a season of specially curated works just for you.

See one or see them all but don’t miss it. Dive head first into the programme and see all five shows for just €50 with our festival pass or pick and mix from the programme and see your favourite three for just 35.

And without further ado our five fringe favs are…..

Waterworn by Ger Clancy – puppets, projections and live music in a captivating story inspired by Hemmingway’s Old Man of the Sea and Melville’s Moby Dick.

The Spinner by DISH – Meet the makers of destiny and watch fate at work, a physical dance performance accompanied by live music performed by an exciting group of dance artists.

Threshold by Mirari Productions in association with Alive-O – Do you dictate tomorrow by what you do today? Presented as When Irish Hearts are Praying at ABSOLUT Fringe 2011, this darkly comic, intense and gritty plays returns in a newly revised production.

Three Men Talking About Things They Kinda Know About by Colm Keegan, Kalle Ryan and Stephen James Smith – Three men, different histories, same shit. Three of Ireland’s leading performance poets venture where few men have gone before as they talk life, love and feelings.

Gis a Shot of Your Bongos Mister by Brian Flemming – From Dublin’s inner city flats to the suburbs of Senegal, experience the world through a drummer’s ear. Three friends, two worlds and 15 mad years. A real life story of life, death and regeneration.

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