‘A Very British Airline’ ends up feeling corporate. That’s not a problem ‘Orange Is the New Black’ has ever had
Its creators sometimes worry that modern dance will be lost on many people. So what does a first-timer make of Emma Martin’s ‘Tundra’, the opening show at Dublin Dance Festival?
Social media enables activists to reach audiences as never before, as the #WakingTheFeminists campaign knows. It’s all part of telling women’s stories
Stacey Gregg’s fine new play is made up of equal parts courage and discomfort
William Golding’s tale gets a cosmetic update, and drags its colonial baggage with it
From rapping farmers to dead horse songs the weirdly wonderful prevailed this year
Tubridy heralds the start of Irish Christmas with a show that ticked all the right boxes
Anglo-Irish negotiations on the Northern peace process were mired in mutual recriminations less than three days before President Bill Clinton’s historic visit to Belfast 20 years ago, as Deaglán de Bréadún reported
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