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Dublin Fringe Festival 2017 – an uproarious city takeover with 16 days of thrilling, mind-boggling, inspirational events, this September: Dublin Fringe Festival announces its 23rd edition today, so fasten your seatbelts and hold on tight as this showstopping, heart-thumping 16-day and night extravanganza pulls into town to thrill, provoke, turn heads and inspire Dublin city to […]
Two of the top arts jobs in Ireland to open for applications – Festival Director and General Manager Festival Director Kris Nelson to become Artistic Director and Joint CEO at LIFT, London’s world-renowned biennial festival General Manager Amy O’Hanlon to join The Ark, a dedicated cultural centre for children, as General Manager Dublin Fringe Festival is […]
The Play That Goes Wrong Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Grand Canal Quay, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2 June 26 to July 1st 7.30pm nightly. Matinees 2.30pm June 28th and July 1st Tickets €15-€45 If ever a play did what the title says on the tin, it’s this. Anything that can go wrong does go wrong […]
Dublin Fringe Festival 2017 announces its first batch of hotly-tipped shows from this year’s heart-stopping new programme. This year’s festival will rise to a new magnificence this September, hosting a rip-roaring sixteen days and nights of thrilling, provocative events, that will consume and inspire the city.
Welcome to the May/June issue of EILE Magazine! EILE’s music section this month offers an eclectic selection, as we feature Phoenix, Catherine McGrath, Emily Keener, The Howlin’ Souls, and Evan Westfal. Brian Rochford writes on pain management , and Lisa Reynolds writes on Stephen Fry and religion. Frances Winston reviews some new movies, and our Travel […]
Just One Week to Go Main Box Office Now Open Free Seminar Less that one week to go until Festival 2017, which starts next Sunday. Not sure what to see? The main box office is now open: SpireVision, 5 O’Connell St Upper, Dublin 1 (Mon-Sat 12-5pm)
Festival 2017 starts in less than 2 weeks, with tickets already selling strongly online, and at the IDGTF Box Office on O’Connell Street, opening next week. As we count down to May 1st, we take a look at a strong and varied programme of plays by or about women. These extraordinary stories should not be […]