THIRTEEN

“From listening to a specially designed audio track on a specifically chosen stretch of Luas track to entering into houses on Henrietta Street to be greeted (and challenged) by ghosts of the past, the ‘Thirteen’ performances are  executed with archaeologist-like precision to create something truly unique for the people of Dublin.”

http://www.fringefest.com/thirteen

Thirteen schedule

The closest thing Ireland has ever had to a socialist revolution, the Dublin Lockout provides us with a glimpse of an alternative Ireland. The current economic collapse and the resulting national distress pulls the issues of one hundred years ago sharply into focus. Echoes of mass meetings and marches, industrial unrest and the very rights of the citizen reverberate today as it did then.

Building incrementally day by day over thirteen days of the festival, ANU presents a series of thirteen interconnecting works combining performance, installation and digital technology allowing audiences to immerse themselves in the tumultuous events of 1913 as they unfold in present day Dublin.

Further details on the events and booking for Thirteen will be announced with the full programme launch on August 13th.

A co-production with Dublin Fringe Festival, with the support of the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon, Dublin City Council, DCTV, The Art Park, The LAB and ICTU.

 

 

 

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