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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Fable – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Choreography: Matt Szczerek Score: Grzegorz Szczerek Reviewer: Saoirse Anton Billed as “a sinister dance theatre production for young adults” in its programme, Fable is a show that more than lives up to its description. In this collection of five short dance stories, which blend elements of both street dance and contemporary dance, Human Collective trust and challenge their audience. Each ...

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DUBLIN THEATRE FESTIVAL: Hooked! – Civic Theatre, Dublin

Writer: Gillian Grattan Director: Don Wycherley Reviewer: Rachel Rafferty Set in a sleepy village in rural Ireland, this quirky monologue performance resonates on a number of levels. Hooked! is writer Gillian Grattan’s bittersweet indictment on the petty meanness that is part and parcel of small town Ireland. This is a disturbing and funny study on the ways we hide our ...

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TIGER DUBLIN FRINGE: Remember to Breathe – Smock Alley, Dublin

Writer: Orla Murphy Reviewer: Saoirse Anton   It is a good thing that the title of this play reminds us of the necessity of breathing because it would be all too easy to forget to breathe with the intensity of this production. A striking father-daughter story, Remember to Breathe is a powerful and passionate piece that captures you entirely. Set ...

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The Importance of Being Honest – Bewley’s Café Theatre, Dublin

Writer: Billie Traynor Director: Liam Halligan Reviewer: Ciara Murphy Two of Oscar Wilde’s most famous females, Gwendoline and Cecily Moncrieff, meet after twenty years. The year is 1913 and with modernisation challenging old ideals, the two sister-in-laws find themselves battling it out, as tempers flare, and manners are checked, family secrets soon start tumbling out of the woodwork. Gwendoline, played ...

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