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endings. at Dublin Fringe Festival

Springheel Productions presents endings. a new musical by Fionntán Larney as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival 2023.

Writer and performer Fionntán Larney returns to the stage this September with his new one-man show endings. – a new musical about love, loss, destiny, and legacy.

endings. is a concert, a concept album, and a musical, mixed with spoken word and theatre. It’s a show that asks questions about mental health, the rise of the alt right online, and masculinity in today’s society – and isn’t afraid of the answers.

“Your life hasn’t turned out the way you expected, has it? You’re lost, aren’t you? Would you like that to change?”

Larney’s first musical show BEAT. was about toxic masculinity and it was his ‘rapping, rhyming throwdown’ approach to this topic that landed him in The Sunday Times’ list of Ten of Ireland’s Greatest Theatre Productions and received numerous five-star reviews, including from The Irish Times.

Project Arts Centre, East Essex St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Preview: 8th September @ 6.30pm, €11

Runs: 9th & 10th, 13th – 16th September @ 9pm,  €13-€15

Book: Tel:1800 374 643 / fringefest.com/endings 

September 8th-16th @ Project Arts Centre, Cube – 18:30 

About Springheel

Springheel is a Dublin based production company of individually accomplished writers, musicians, and artists.

The company was founded by Fionntán Larney in 2020 and their first project, Black Alley, stars Paul Mescal, Tom Vaughan Lawlor, Chris Walley, Clare Barrett, and Eanna Hardwicke.

Their debut short film, starring Alison Oliver, is set to release later this year.

Location
Project Arts Centre
39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar
Dublin 2, Ireland

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