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THEATRE

THEATRE

Duel: Sons Of Liberty II

Experience Dublin Fringe Festival (England/Germany/Ireland/Latvia)

Sons Of Liberty (Norway) An edgy piece of sit-com-stand-up complete with fruit fights, dance numbers and even a complimentary massage. Set in an Eastern European hotel/low-budget soft porn studio, this wild, coarse and hilarious two-hander twists stereotypes and turns popular culture on its head. Heroes, whores, therapists, homosexuals, astronauts and even Mel Gibson’s Braveheart make an appearance in this rapid, challenging and bitingly witty production. Supported by The Fund for Sound and Picture, Norwegian Ministry for Culture, Kulturhuset Hausmania and Nordic Black Theater.

Date 19–24 Sept Time 6.30pm Venue Smock Alley Duration 75 mins Tickets ¤15 Concession ¤12.50 Preview 19 Sept Preview Tickets ¤10

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How do you explain to a German musician that its time to do a workshop in Latvian Contemporary Dance? Or inform an English circus act that they’ll need to adjust their juggling to go with German rock music? How does a Latvian Dancer tell an Irish guy he’s cutting off her breathing during a dance lift? Young Fringe has selected youth groups from Ireland, UK, Germany and Latvia in theatre, dance, music and circus who will work intensively over 21 days to create a show that reflects and amalgamates their cultures, disciplines and their artistic skills.

Date 9–10 Sept Time 2pm Venue Mill Theatre Duration 80 mins Tickets ¤12 Concession ¤10

Given the theme of New Europe, these young people will overcome language barriers and cultural differences to create an unforgettable piece of art.

Every Day Above Ground – An Adaptation Of Michael Ondaatje’s Collected Works Of Billy The Kid SaBooge Theatre (USA/Canada) Winners of Best Production at Dublin Fringe 2004 for Fathom, SaBooge Theatre bring a darkly explosive exploration of the life and death of Billy the Kid. Inspired by Booker Prize-winning author Michael Ondaatje and advancing SaBooge’s interest in physical storytelling and the grotesque, this is a show that recreates history and myth in all its brutality and splendour. Gothic Western meets Macabre Cabaret with show-stopping sound design and score by Jeff Lorenz. Presented in association with Project Arts Centre

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Date 18–23 Sept Time 6pm Venue Project Upstairs Duration 90 mins Tickets ¤17 Concession ¤14 Preview 18 Sept Preview Tickets ¤12

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