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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Suasion – Liberty Hall, Dublin.

Presented by: Anu Productions Reviewed by: Ciara Murphy [Rating:3.5] It is hard to grasp what the impact of saying ‘No’ can have. In the basement depths of Dublin’s Liberty Hall, history is repeating itself as Suasion illustrates to its audience the importance of saying no. Rosie Hackett, Big Jim Larkin, P.T. Daly and other revolutionary citizens take their audience on ...

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

Presented by: Anu Productions Reviewed by: Ciara Murphy [Rating:4.0] There is something truly thrilling about being part of something, being part of a resistance. Anu Productions’ Fringe performance of Porous gives its audience the opportunity to do just that, but how many will take them up on their offer? One of 13 in its series, this is a production that ...

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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: 13: Resilience – 14 Henrietta Street, Dublin.

Presented by: Anu Productions Reviewed by: Ciara Murphy [Rating:5.0] Anu Productions present Resilience, a play that expertly merges the past and present and gives its audience a truly unique theatre experience. One part of a 13 piece performance series, this performance tells the tale of a couple; desolate, despairing and in denial. The characters connect with each other in a ...

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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: 13: Citizen X, Jervis Street Luas, Dublin.

Presented by: ANU Productions Reviewed by: Ciara Murphy [Rating:4.0] Taking public transport as part of a theatre experience is always going to be fraught with a certain sense of anxiety and anticipation. Much of the success of the performance is dependant on uncontrollable outside influence and the co-operation of the general public. Anu Productions prove that they are up to ...

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PREVIEW: The Dublin Fringe Festival 2013 Announces Programming Highlights.

The Dublin Fringe Festival has a lot to bring to the stage this year as it announces the highlights of its Autumn 2013 schedule. With 16 days of Theatre, Comedy, Music, Dance, Spectacle and more, it is not to be missed. This year the festival is turning its hand to “activists, whistle blowers, outsiders, women, children and industry”. Irish artists ...

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