Tag Archive | Tiger Dublin Fringe

Tiger Dublin Fringe: Competition Winners

Tiger Dublin Fringe: Competition Winners

Congratulations to Niamh Haughey and Tony Gallagher for winning our competitions for tickets to see Cabaret Mattachine and The Belle Bottoms, both as part of the Tiger Dublin Fringe! Don’t worry if you missed out this time – we’ll have some great new competitions and giveaways coming up shortly here on EILE Magazine!

Competition: Cabaret Mattachine @ Tiger Dublin Fringe

Competition: Cabaret Mattachine @ Tiger Dublin Fringe

EILE Magazine and Tiger Dublin Fringe have teamed up to give you a chance of winning tickets to the opening night of Cabaret Mattachine, launching this coming Wednesday at Molloy and Dowling Dispensing Opticians in Kildare Street! Stefan Fae is a Radical Faerie, that is to say a queer spirit blessed with the power to […]

Tiger Dublin Fringe Review: Lurky! Lurky!

Tiger Dublin Fringe Review: Lurky! Lurky!

Frances Winston reviews the multifaceted show as part of the Tiger Dublin Fringe The Samuel Beckett Theatre, Trinity College Runs from September 11th–14th @ 6.30pm; matinee Saturday 13th @ 1pm Tickets €15/13 Suitable for 16+ From the imagination of Áine Stapleton and Emma Fitzgerald comes this multimedia music and dance experience. Even prior to opening […]

Tiger Dublin Fringe Review: Singlehood

Tiger Dublin Fringe Review: Singlehood

Frances Winston takes a look at the highly-praised show, Singlehood, running as part of the Tiger Dublin Fringe The Olympia, Dame Street, Dublin 2 Runs September 11th – 13th at 8pm nightly (doors 7.15pm) Tickets: €25/28 Given that this was one of the huge success stories of last year’s Fringe Festival, it is fitting that […]

Tiger Dublin Fringe Review: Lords of Strut present Chaos

Tiger Dublin Fringe Review: Lords of Strut present Chaos

Frances Winston continues our coverage of this year’s Tiger Dublin Fringe with a look at this hilarious dance comedy, Chaos The Peacock Stage @ The Abbey Theatre, 26-27 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1 Runs 9-13 September nightly at 7pm; Saturday 13 September matinee, 3pm Tickets: €14/12 Two semi-naked men throw shapes and flirt – no […]

Tiger Dublin Fringe Giveaway: Tickets to The Belle Bottoms

Tiger Dublin Fringe Giveaway: Tickets to The Belle Bottoms

EILE Magazine and Tiger Dublin Fringe have teamed up to offer a lucky reader a pair of tickets to see The Belle Bottoms, the hilarious musical comedy by Eoin Colfer on September 15! Mags and Belle are two sassy ladies who have been fabulous together since junior infants. They have shared crayons, clothes, boyfriends and a […]

Tiger Dublin Fringe Review: Bernarda’s House

Tiger Dublin Fringe Review: Bernarda’s House

Frances Winston takes a trip to the fringe for this impressive artistic collaboration The Cube @ Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 5-13 September @ 6.15pm nightly. Tickets €15/13 This retelling of Federico García Lorca’s classic drama, The House of Bernarda Alba, strips the story right back and reduces the cast […]

Tiger Dublin Fringe Review: How to Keep an Alien

Tiger Dublin Fringe Review: How to Keep an Alien

Frances Winston checks out Rough Magic’s production about Sonya Kelly’s fight to keep her Australian partner in Ireland The Cube @ Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 4-13 September at 8.30pm. Tickets: €15/13 If the title of this leads you to expect a sci-fi epic, you will be sorely disappointed, […]

Watch: Clip from Harp | A River Cantata @ Tiger Dublin Fringe

Samuel Beckett Bridge in the heart of Dublin’s docklands transformed into an incredible stage last night, as the Tiger Dublin Fringe festival presented HARP | A River Cantata. Produced by Matt Smyth and directed by Conor Hanratty, the spectacular open-air opera was based on the story of the Harp of Dagda, an old Irish mythical […]

Tiger Dublin Fringe – Sunday 7th September Events

Tiger Dublin Fringe – Sunday 7th September Events

Songs From A Car Park A drive-in dance piece in a car park. Songs from a Car Park is an immersive show about human need and escape that blends dance, theatre, music and a local marching band into a unique theatrical experience watched from inside a car. Created by award-winning duo, choreographer Jessica Kennedy