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FABLE by HUMAN COLLECTIVE

Dance / 09 Sep 2018 - 16 Sep 2018 8-12 Space Upstairs
A sinister dance-theatre production for young adults. An all-male cast of highly physical street dancers dissect modern life, from the unanticipated consequences of new technologies to political conspiracy and manmade horrors and drawing on classic dystopian cinema and cautionary tales.
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Susie and the Story Shredder by Bombinate Theatre

Theatre / 08 Sep 2018 - 16 Sep 2018 12/8 Cube
King Levi says that stories make your brain go fuzzy and your hands turn green. All stories are banned in the Kingdom of Levitas. It’s Susie and Shredder’s job to enforce the King’s law, shredding stories from dusk ‘til dawn
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Oneday by Dick Walsh and James Moran

Theatre / 08 Sep 2018 - 15 Sep 2018 15/13 Cube
Dick Walsh and James Moran are staging news articles published on 13th March 2012. Or in other words, they're examining a dying media using a dead artform.
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Assisted Solo by Philip Connaughton

Dance / 07 Sep 2018 - 15 Sep 2018 16/14 Space Upstairs
Three performers dance their memories and hopes in this raw allegory of life. It’s about people using whatever they can to make their own perfect solo.
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Everything I Do by One Two One Two

Theatre / 07 Sep 2018 - 15 Sep 2018 15/13 Cube
Accompanied by her guitar, a hysterical pop singer riffs on love in a lonely universe. She’s attempting heartfelt communication with a room full of strangers. It’s a solo exploration of co-dependency. A live action album of original pop songs from Zoe Ní Riordáin, powered by a need to express the inexpressible.
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Cock, Cock.. Who’s There? by Samira Elagoz

Theatre / 14 Sep 2018 - 15 Sep 2018 14-16 Space Upstairs
An award-winning performance about violence and intimacy. Samira Elagoz takes us along on her personal research project across three continents. From online platforms to close encounters, she showcases gender relations in all their brutal and wonderful ambivalence.
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