Dublin Fringe Highlights

Posted: July 2, 2013 in Uncategorized

Scenes from the Bigger Picture

I got an email this morning with highlights from this year’s Dublin Fringe. Some great stuff in there already, with more to come when tickets go on sale on 14 August.

The hottest tickets this year will surely be for the new work from Louise Lowe, Thirteen. This is, we’re told, a “citywide exploration and interrogation of the 1913 Lockout; building each day from one to thirteen events around themes and locations associated with the dispute through site-responsive performances and installations.”

One of the most impressive features of Louise Lowe’s work over the last few years is the way she’s been able to change direction and do new things from one production to the next – while also maintaining the core integrity of her work. Really looking forward to this.

Also delighted to hear of a new work from Amy Conroy, whose I ♥ Alice ♥  I and Eternal…

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