The Dublin Fringe Festival has announced more details of this year's line-up, which is being described as a 'full city takeover'.
The 23rd edition of the festival kicks off on September 9th, and will run for 16 days.
This year's schedule boasts 81 productions and a total of 460 performances (including 49 world premieres) across 34 venues.
The festival will see shopping centres, comedy bars, galleries, apartments, LUAS Stops and old warehouses taken over.
Theatre, music, comedy, circus, opera and dance are just some of the types of events and arts covered in the reliably diverse line-up.
The festival has announced that this year it will host its first events on the Abbey Theatre’s main stage, with the popular comedy group Foil Arms & Hog presenting their new show OinK.
Other highlights include special international collaborations between Irish and Canadian artists; a one-woman retelling of the New Testament; a wide selection of Irish productions and installations looking at many past & current social issues; and aerial acrobat troupe Loosysmokes taking over a Docklands warehouse for their latest show.
The 'Young Radicals: Fringe for Kids' strand, meanwhile, will offer up events and shows "made for and by young people".
Announcing the line-up today, festival organisers said: "This year audiences can experience more Fringe in more postcodes than ever, in a festival that will light up and animate new city sites more than ever before.
"Everyone has a chance to engage, wonder, be challenged and become a messer as Fringe shakes up all our preconceived thoughts and shows you a new way of thinking - and the craic will be only mighty."
You can check out more details on the Dublin Fringe website, with tickets on sale from tomorrow. The festival will run from September 9th-24th.