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The Live Collision International Festival returns this month to shake Dublin up with some explosive live art. Performers will pack out the five-day programme with works set to provoke, entertain, expand conversations and push boundaries. Here are our top tips:

Legends of immersive theatre, ANU, will present Faultline, a work in development exploring the Irish Queer Archive at the National Library of Ireland and the 1982 murder of gay Dublin designer, Charles Self.

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