Supported by Project / NEIGHBOURS
Presented by Dublin Fringe Festival, Project Arts Centre and CAMPO. Genre Theatre. Space Space Upstairs. Dates 13-14 Sept 2019. Time 6.15pm. Price €14-16.
NEIGHBOURS: INTERNATIONAL DISRUPTIONS FROM FRINGE AND PROJECT Dublin Fringe Festival and Project Arts Centre are joining forces once again for NEIGHBOURS. We’re here to disrupt the cultural landscape and get you closer to the international artists making waves around the world. Good neighbours presenting great art.
Description A bunch of talkative rice cookers take you on a journey through the last 20 years of Korean history. One day when his electric rice cooker informed him that his meal was ready, artist Jaha Koo experienced a deep sense of isolation. “Golibmuwon” (고립무원) is an untranslatable Korean word expressing the feeling of helpless isolation. A major economic crisis in South Korea had a devastating impact on the young generation to which Jaha belongs. This show combines personal experience with political events and reflections on happiness, economic crises and death. Production Credits Concept, direction, text, music and video: Jaha Koo
Presented by Dublin Fringe Festival, Project Arts Centre and Soho Theatre. Genre Theatre. Space Cube. Dates 17-21 Sept 2019. Time 9.15pm (6.30pm, 20 Sept 2019). Price €14-16 Description For the first time in history, it’s hard to be a man. Natalie Palamides (2017 Edinburgh Comedy Awards’ Best Newcomer) doesn’t understand this… but Nate does. Natalie Palamides is Nate. May include: consensual touching of boobies, nonconsensual mindblowing, and Nate’s hard, stretchy cock. Co-devised and directed by Edinburgh Comedy Award winner, Doctor Brown. Production Credits Written and performed by Natalie Palamides Co-devised and directed by Dr Brown (Phil Burgers)