- 05 Aug 20
The Bell X1 frontman is bringing his new show to the Smock Alley Theatre next month.
The programme for the highly anticipated 'Pilot Light Edition' of Dublin Fringe Festival is here – with the highlights including the world premiere of a new children's show from Bell X1's Paul Noonan.
Entitled The Electric Kazoo, the event is targeted at children aged between two and eight, and is set to take place in the Smock Alley Theatre at 11am and 3pm on September 13. Encouraging attendees to bring "your best teddy and your favourite adult", the event will take the form of "a mini-concert of musical favourites curated for both big and little ears" – with "tunes created with the help of children, treasured stories made into songs, and all the hits from 'Down By The Bay' to 'The Great Defector".
For tickets and more information, see here.
Responding to the unprecedented times we live in, this year's edition of Dublin Fringe Festival is organised around the motto: "Keep her lit".
"We are holding true to Fringe’s commitment to innovative approaches and our absolute faith in artists as the thought leaders and soothsayers we need to light the way and define the future," the festival remarked in a statement. "We are giving artists the resources and support they need to work. We are offering audiences the freshest art experiences and amplifying voices that defy the mainstream."
Tickets for Dublin Fringe Festival 2020 are on sale now – and with limited capacities due to ongoing safety guidelines, you can expect them to go quick! See the full programme here.