Dealing with nothing smaller than human history, Malaprop’s stimulating new show might have taken on more than any one metaphor can properly smack down. Unless wrestling is the answer . . .
The panel of judges for 2017 has also been announced
Walsh’s intense show takes place in Old Cork Prison
The appeal of Brel’s songs has always been their urgency, but despite commanding performances, the Gate’s new staging feels like a slab of nostalgia for the good old days as its theatre slides into ruins
Two siblings trapped by an aged parent dream a future far away in this effective, claustrophobic production
This admirable performance is risqué rather than truly risk-taking
Fathers beware: in the Tivoli panto there is nowhere to hide from Buffy Twanky
Susie Lamb’s show ‘Horae’ asks whether an ancient tradition can be comprehensible to a 21st-century crowd
The starry line-up features work by Samuel Beckett, Brian Friel and Harold Pinter
Part cabaret, part circus, part revoloution, RIOT stars Emmet Kirwan, Panti and a troupe of blindingly talented performers. The show is coming back in July for a limited Dublin run
When Edwin Sammon was diagnosed with cancer at 36, his new comedy show began to evolve. But his dark comedy didn't always find a sympathetic audience
Her new work, with musician Neil Martin, is designed as a conversation between music and dance and sees her going back to her roots
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