Dublin Fringe Festival
Applications for Weft Studio were opened Wednesday for Black artists and artists of colour who wish to make their own work on their own terms.
Over the next few weeks I will be taking a look at some of the best episodes and interviews from Stage Door Live. I am going to direct your attention to Episode 19, and Mad, Bad and Dangerous.
With the Level 3 restrictions now a reality, all organised indoor gatherings, including live theatre performances become prohibited.
We discuss Ireland, a country of culture, the successes and failures of Culture Night, the goals of EPIC, and Bird Boy. Featuring: Aimée Van Wylick, Ray Yeates, Liam Fitzgerald, Emma Martin, Kevin Coquelard, Nora Hickey M'Sichili, Muireann Kelly, and Eanna Grogan.
Episode 21 has a lot of theatre artists talking about work! And we love that! Featuring: Maïa Nunes, Karen Miano, Andy Field, Eva O'Connor, Luke Murphy, Matthew Bratko, and Aoife Honohan.
A new documentary in tribute of 'difficult' women sees influential Irish women over 70 interview each other. 'Mad, bad and dangerous' is set to premiere at this year's Dublin Fringe Fest.
We continue our Dublin Fringe Festival 2020 focus, but first discuss the NCFA's progress with the government and arts council. Featuring: Aideen Howard, Dylan Coburn Gray, Dan Colley, Fionnuala Gygax, Timothy O'Mahony, Orla Graham, Kirby Thompson, and Witt Tarantino.