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1The Tiger Dublin Fringe festival continues to roar into its busier second week, which is packed with highlights. In

1The Tiger Dublin Fringe festival continues to roar into its busier second week, which is packed with highlights. In Eating Seals & Seagulls' Eggs by Catríona Ní Mhurchú (left), the writer/performer explores the lonely and isolating experience of being an Irish speaker in an urban slicker environment. fringefest.com

2 you told me to wash and clean my ears may be a line from Nina Simone's 'Mississippi Goddam', but it is also the title of Amanda Coogan's new show, which looks at how the Irish deaf community came together after a deaf man, Eamonn McDevitt, was shot dead in 1971 by British soldiers in Strabane. fringefest.com

3 Ollie may be a puppet but that doesn't mean Ollie doesn't feel tired and old and frustrated by always having his strings pulled by someone else. The Carved Soul promises a puppet show like you have never seen before, brought to life by one Jason Lambert - O'Brien from Wanderly Wagon's grandson. fringefest.com

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