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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Protest Part 2 – Oonagh Young Gallery, Dublin

Presented by: Anu Productions Reviewed by: Ciara Murphy [Rating:4.5] You hear a voice in your headphones. What is it representing? Who is it representing and how are you going to represent it? Anu Productions present Protest Part 2, a Live Art piece that is easily the most poignant of the ‘13’ series. This piece represents the forgotten women of the ...

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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Bargaining – Liberty Hall, Dublin

Presented by: Anu Productions Reviewed by: Ciara Murphy [Rating:3.5] Some may argue that the art of debating is theatre in and of itself, Anu Productions are testing this theory by programming Bargaining, a lively and informed debate about the state of Ireland’s workforce, as part of the 13 series. The most highly contested issue during the 1913 Lockout was ‘Collective ...

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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Incitement – Collins Barracks, Dublin

Presented by: Anu Productions Reviewed by: Ciara Murphy [Rating:4.5] Within its short, thirty minute, run time, Anu Productions’ performance of Incitement manages to make a huge impact. This production allows its audience to take time away from the chaos and reflect upon life, identity and the definition of home. Telling the story of a young male who is spending his ...

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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Soup – Abbey Theatre Entrance, Dublin.

Presented by: Anu Productions Reviewed by: Ciara Murphy [Rating:3.0] This performance begins far before the audience realises. Using the entrance of Ireland’s National theatre as it’s backdrop, Soup, blends the notion of modern desolation and the mistakes of Ireland’s past in an interesting performance among Dublin’s streets. Whether choosing one of Dublin’s most destitute streets was intentional or not, even ...

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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Save the Kiddies – Markievicz Leisure Centre, Dublin

Presented by: Anu Productions Reviewed by: Ciara Murphy [Rating:3.5] Standing outside a modern Leisure Centre watching a performance about the 1913 Lockout is an experience, which should jar the audience, but it does not. Save the Kiddies is an energetic and thought provoking performance that is cleverly intertwined with two other performances in the ‘13’ series. This performance has a ...

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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Inquiry – Dublin Castle, Dublin

Presented by: Anu Productions Reviewed by: Ciara Murphy [Rating:3.0] This performance begins upstairs in Dublin Castle. Framed with a video recording of a series of events pertaining to the 1913 Lockout and the physical representation of Jim Larkin, like many of the other productions of ‘13’ series, Inquiry cleverly utilises its set to create a suitable context for the action ...

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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Protest Part 1 – 14 Henrietta Street, Dublin.

Presented by: Anu Productions Reviewed by: Ciara Murphy [Rating:4.0] At first it is not clear what to expect from this performance as the audience members are led into the back room of a Dublin tenement building. Inside there is a woman, a table full of props, and an envelope. This envelope is for the audience. There is no such thing ...

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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Backwash – 2 Scarlet Row, Dublin.

Presented by: Anu Productions Reviewed by: Ciara Murphy [Rating:5.0] Emotionally gripping, morally challenging and absolutely exquisite are only some of the ways to describe a show like Backwash. Backwash tells the story of a hair salon owner who has to close her business due to lack of finance. As she is packing up, what she doesn’t count on is the ...

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