The crowd that brought Riot to Vicar Street this year have announced they're bringing a "kaleidoscope of stories" to Smithfield ahead of St. Patrick's Day.
'Where We Live' will centre around what it feels like to live in Dublin today, and is described as "an explosive blend of theatre productions, music events, talks, discussions and film screenings".
THISISPOPBABY, as part of the St.Patrick's Festival, will take over The Complex in Smithfield for from March 6th for a a two-week programme of theatre productions including "stories from the city, told in the heart of town".
Performances from "some of the best storytellers on the island" will investigate ideas around things like money, housing, migration, gender, community, the city and sex.
There will be plays from Mark O'Halloran, Oonagh Murphy, Tara Flynn, Peter Daly and Veronica Dyas and a one-off concert from Ireland's first homeless choir.
THiSISPOPBABY Co-Directors Jenny Jennings and Phillip McMahon said they hope to create "a kind of Town Hall, where discussion should be heated, performance will be red hot, and where opposing views are encouraged."
"We want to tell funny, devastating, exhilarating and joyous stories that imagine and re-imagine what our city and country could be."
Artistic Director of St. Patrick's Festival Karen Walshe said, "We are delighted to be working with the formidable THISISPOPBABY for St. Patrick's Festival 2018, who we know have become an important and progressive voice in the Irish cultural scene."
Tickets for Where We Live events will go on sale on Friday 1 December here.