There’s the Ear Fairy, who cleans people’s ears while they sleep, Banana Boy, whose fingers turn into bananas when he does something bad, and the Crabbit – half crab, half rabbit.
The Beaver Row Heritage Players’ most recent project is a documentary on the history of the Donnybrook Cemetery and the people who have tended to it over the years.
“Shadows” tells the story of of two ex-lovers who meet in an alleyway, at a popular “cruising” spot for gay men. It’s set to premiere at the Dublin Fringe Festival next month.
Playwright Miriam Needham wants to tell the real story of activist burnout and the “trauma you can put someone through by putting their humanity up for a vote”.
Helen Hooker O’Malley mocked up mini set designs called “maquettes” for the Players Theatre. Some have found their way back to the city.
Amy Redmond uses acting and creative writing to help adults with mental-health issues.
Some councillors have long wanted the room in the old Rathmines Town Hall opened up for wider use.
Chaos Factory’s show Kiss Kiss Slap Slap is scheduled to run at Smock Alley Theatre from 11 to 15 September as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival.
The nine-act play, directed by John Doyle, is scheduled for its Dublin debut at the Smock Alley Theatre in late July.
In John Farrell’s new play, he tells the story of his life – born in Ireland, moved by the Sisters of Mercy to New York – up to the age of 25, when his first real love was murdered.