In Oh My Sweet Land, Corinne Jaber onstage cooking, evincing carnage through chopping, pummelling and sizzling, becomes a studied frame and a structure
Review: Oh My Sweet Land

Amir Nizar Zuabi’s play is set against the civil war in Syria, but the writer/director is more aesthete than provocateur

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 Hozier, whose Take Me to Church was the most played song last year in Ireland

‘Take Me to Church’ could be seen as blasphemous, but is anyone ready to sue Hozier?

Review: Weighing In

There are plenty of obvious flavours in this show, which is as edgy as a marshmallow

From left, Brendan, Domhnall and  Brian Gleeson in Enda Walsh’s The Walworth Farce

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Killer Mike and El-P of Run the Jewels performing in Glasgow. Photograph:  Ross Gilmore/Redferns,  Getty Images

El-P and Killer Mike have an awful lot to live up to in concert, and the Run the Jewels pair don’t disappoint

Looking for Work: an allegory of conformity. Photograph: Louis Haugh

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