This could be the last chance to see Amy Conroy’s heartwarming 2010 play (the winner of two Dublin Fringe Festival awards) about a couple of Alices who fall in love over shopping baskets in Crumlin shopping centre. Stereotypes of sexuality are turned on their head as the Alices narrate their love affair in intimate and gently comic detail. The docu-drama style gives contemporary flavour to the form as well as the story. If social justice doesn’t move you to vote Yes in the forthcoming referendum, this human story will. TRADITIONAL Kíla
If the unpredictable serendipity of the fairground appeals to your finer sensibilities, then Kíla’s live performances are just the ticket. Hot on the heels of their latest album ( Suas Síos), these musical firebreathers embark on another chapter in their adventures through the tributaries that feed Irish traditional and world music, with no small nod to hip-hop and rap. There really is nothing else like them – anywhere. SOUNDTRACK 3epkano & Iarla Ó Lionáird 1920 silent horror classic Der Golem is sonically enhanced by an original score from Dublin collective 3epkano and vocal sculptor Iarla Ó Lionáird (perhaps best known as vocalist in recent Meteor Choice winners The Gloaming). Something spooky yet wonderful this way comes?