One of the city's biggest theatre festivals is looking for people to play big roles this year. Dublin Fringe organisers need a new Festival Director and a General Manager.
The roles are described as "two of the top arts jobs in Ireland", which need to be filled after the two people who previously held the positions took new jobs.
Former Festival Director Kris Nelson is to become Artistic Director and Joint CEO at LIFT, London's world-renowned biennial festival, while former General Manager Amy O'Hanlon is joining The Ark, a dedicated cultural centre for children.
This will be the 23rd time audiences have been treated to a Dublin Fringe Festival, and organisers say the people they are looking to hire need to be "daring, determined and passionate" to make it into "the home to bold ideas, brave performing arts and adventurous audiences".
Dublin Fringe Festival will reveal its 2017 programme, which will include 81 presentations, on 12 July. It will run from September 9-24 and is being described as "an uproarious sixteen days of thrilling, provocative events."
RIOT, the "exhilarating spectacle" that won Best Play at last year's Fringe Festival is about to start another run at Vicar Street and there are still tickets available.