Gig Guide: Dublin Fringe Festival

Epoch – 9-23 September - 2 Curved Street – Free EntryAyesha Ahmad brings her first solo installation to Temple Bar. Open from 12-6pm daily, the installation displays photography, masterfully playing with movement and light to capture the transition periods of summer between completing the Leaving Cert and beginning in college. Hookers Do it Standing Up – 18-21 September – The International Bar - €13/€11 ConcessionA stand-up hip-hop mash up from activist and sex worker, Lady Grew.  Dubbed “Ireland’s favourite courtesan” by the Sunday Independent, Lady Grew brings her award-winning show back to Dublin after a short stint in the U.S. BILLY – 18/22 September – The Boys School, Smock Alley - €14/€12 ConcessionBILLY is a theatre project that wants to help you organise your life. Developed at SCENE + HEARD, BILLY is the solution to all the mess and clutter you’ve accumulated in your life. Unfollow those life hack blogs, unsubscribe from those YouTube gurus, because BILLY is all you need. Confirmation – 18/22 September – Studio 1, Lir Academy - €15/€13 ConcessionXnthony returns with a musical memoir following his journey from his Confirmation to his home county voting ‘No’ during MarRef. A complex piece which explores his connection with Roscommon and those he grew up with, it is not something easily missed.