The Dublin Fringe Festival is a multidisciplinary arts festival in Dublin, Ireland. The festival started in 1995 and expanded into a sixteen-day festival, held annually in September and focuses on new and emerging artists. Visitors can expect performances from artists from Ireland and worldwide. If you are a fan of the arts, this festival is the best event to see the festival clothes Ireland has to offer and learn about Irish culture.
The Festival Entertains And Nurtures New Talents
The Dublin Fringe Festival invites diverse artists and keeps the audience thoroughly entertained with live performances and shows in dance, theatre, live art, visual art, and music. Also, the festival focuses on talent development and network building for emerging and new Irish and International artists by supporting their talents and ambition.
The performances occur in exciting venues like cafes and theatres and less traditional places such as the Liffey Boardwalk or buses in Dublin. So, other than enjoying the various acts, you also get the chance to taste Irish cuisines and fantastic views of the beautiful and historic city of Dublin.
The Dublin Fringe Festival In A Nutshell
The Dublin Fringe Festival is open for all people who have a story they’ve been waiting to tell or art they’re excited to explore. Active participants who are available to create conversations and collaborative pieces are all welcome to participate. The festival is always looking for innovative and impactful work that sends a message, moves and touches its audience. Some of the key partners of the festival include the Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon, Dublin City Council and Fáilte Ireland.