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Category: Drama

The Dead House by Martin Beanz Warde

Patrick is an Irish Traveller who hasn’t been home in 10 years but returns from self-exile for his grandfather’s funeral. The Dead House is a powerful and moving dark comedy that explores complex themes of family, tradition, and self- acceptance. Set in the house of the deceased, the play is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the importance of finding one’s voice and identity.

★★★★ The Irish Times

Grindr, Saghdar agus Cher

Dráma i nGaeilge le fortheidil Bhéarla.

Three interwoven monologues. Three LGBTQ+ characters. One fateful night in a queer bar. Phizzfest is delighted to partner with AerachAiteachGaelach to present this funny, sexy, reflective and dangerous play, written and performed in Irish, with English subtitles.

Ciara Ní É, Eoin Mc Evoy agus Sam Ó Fearraigh a scríobh.


Baggage is a story of a woman unpacked. Her seams have burst, the lid is lifted, her secrets are out. Fusing theatre and dance with side-splitting comedy, the show takes us on a rip-roaring adventure from a small town in Ireland to the dancefloors of Buenos Aires. A coming-of-rage ‘force of nature, engaging, hilarious, fabulous.’

Written and performed by Nicole Rourke.

Directed by Deirdre Molloy.