Tiger Dublin Fringe 2015 is now in its second week, and if you haven't checked it out yet, it's time to hurry up and get yourself to a show or two before it's too late. There is so much going on, so to help you decide what to go and see, we've put together a list of highlights for week 2.

Mx Justin Vivian Bond …And Things of That Nature!
Tony nominated Mx Justin Vivian Bond brings an evening of music and comedy from New York City to Dublin this Tuesday. Perfect for a midweek night out.
Sep 15th - Spiegeltent, Wolfe Tone Square

Holly Herndon
Start your weekend early with Holly Herndon, a leading light in contemporary music. She'll be performing songs from her new album, and will have you dancing around the spiegeltent.
Sep 17th - Spiegeltent, Wolfe Tone Square

Over The Top Wrestling
Over the Top Wrestling put on monthly wrestling shows in Dublin, so they are well used to putting on a show. They make their fringe debut on Friday night, the first time wrestling has featured in the Fringe. Expect high energy entertainment and a lot of fun.
Sep 18th - Spiegeltent, Wolfe Tone Square

Behind the Dark
The Phoenix Park like you've never experienced it before. This performance will take you on a journey through the park, combining music and acrobatics, for a unique outdoor adventure.
16th - 19th Sep - Parkgate Street entrance of the Phoneix Park

Christian Löffler
Saturday night music presented by Homebeat, who bring Christian Löffler to Dublin for the first time ever. His music blends windswept, widescreen yet polished German electronica with the lightest brush strokes of melancholia to form a stunning live experience
19th Sep - Spiegeltent, Wolfe Tone Square

Oh! What a Lovely Rose
The Rose of Tralee is a great Irish institution, but is this play questions how relevant it is to modern Irish life. Does an ideal Irish woman need to know how to breakdance AND play the spoons, all while wearing a sparkly gúna?
16th - 19th Sep - Smock Alley Theatre

Rebel Rebel (Show in a Bag)
Show in bag provides theatre that is small in scale, but with big ideas. Dropping their costumes in the dressing room, two of lreland's leading actors abandon their matinee of Yeats’ Cathleen Ni Houlihan. Instead they take their revolvers and march to Dublin castle.
16th - 19th Sep - Bewley's Café Theatre @ Powerscourt

A fictional performance of a fictional film with an unplayable soundtrack that will be played live on stage. Breach and Quinn come out of retirement to give a live performance of The Score, a cult film that doesn't exist.
Sep 15th - 19th - Project Arts Centre

Mother You
Mother You will take you on a trip to a prophetic township; where elders tailor-make the future, a leader leads badly, a gardener takes you on a journey, workers just keep working, and children carve their own way
16th - 20th Sep - Block B Cultural Space, Smithfield Square

This play takes the idea of human/robot relationships, and imagines it as a reality. What happens to love and romance when there's a machine programmed to take care of your every want and need?
Sep 14th - 17th - Project Arts Centre

Object Piggy
Object Piggy takes two forms, a visceral, vocal, musical display of aerial dynamic sculptures, and a free laser play show where audience members are encouraged to bring mirrors, crystals etc. to create a laser sculpture
17th - 20th Sep - The Lir Academy

Your Own Man / Mad Notion
Luke Murphy presents a multi-disciplinary work that examines the satisfaction of following your own path and the fear of losing that small thread in the labyrinth that will lead you home.
16th - 19th Sep - Bewley's Café Theatre @ Powerscourt

Folds of the Crane / Drawing Crosses on a Dusty Window Pane
Two shows for the price of one, Folds of the Crane is movement-theatre piece inspired by black holes, flick books and multiplicities of the self, while Drawing Crosses on a Dusty Window Pane is sort of a play, sort of a spoken word poem reflecting on memories and questions.
16th - 19th Sep - Project Arts Centre