Over the last two weeks we have had the pleasure of welcoming four fabulous fringe shows into The New Theatre! in heat, MAY DAY, Dog Shit, and MMANWU were all nominated for awards as part of the Dublin Fringe Awards, which has been the cherry on top of a wonderful festival.
MMANWU was nominated for Best Performer for Esther Ayo James and for the Solas Nua New Writing Award.
Dog Shit was nominated for the Solas Nua New Writing Award.
in heat was nominated for the Solas Nua New Writing Award and the Fishamble New Writing Award.
and MAY DAY won the Solas Nua New Writing Award.
Massive congratulations to all the teams involved and to the team at Dublin Fringe. Learn more about the award nominees and winners on the Fringe website.
We are looking forward to welcoming the team from The Dead House to the theatre for the duration of Dublin Theatre Festival.
Patrick is an Irish Traveller who hasn’t been home in 10 years but returns from self-exile for his grandfather’s funeral. Comedian and writer Martin Warde’s debut play is a powerful and moving dark comedy that explores complex themes of family, tradition, and self- acceptance.
Some performances are already sold out or have limited availability, so early booking is advised.
We are looking forward to welcoming more festival audiences into The New Theatre in the coming weeks!