There’s lots you could do in ten days – you could attempt to train elephants to walk on their tipeetoes, or you could bake 200 loaves of bread and use them to build a fort around yourself. Or you could perhaps indulge yourself in some of Dublin’s newest and rawest talent.
10 Days in Dublin Theatre Festival promises to bring the brightest and newest home-grown talent to stages across the capital starting tomorrow and continuing for, you’ve guessed it, ten days. Their program is quite interesting with a broad and diverse range of productions on offer. Explore the clowning around of Sean Smyth in Don’t Panic, or check out Fishamble’s latest production Skip to the End. There’s also Pillowtalk Theatre Company’s Heroin(e) for Breakfast which won a Fringe First in Edinburgh, 2009.
Theatre aside, there’s plenty else to capture your imagination with separate line ups for music, comedy, spoken word, film and visual arts. Check out all the programs here >>