After a fortnight of Fringe highlights, 10 shows win awards in nine categories
Michael West and Annie Ryan’s radical version of Chekhov’s play has the instantly recognisable energy of a long weekend with the extended family
Emigrant’s tale is a well put-together, solidly performed, nostalgic show without irony
Druid ’s new production of Martin McDonagh’s 1996 play, where violence is best kept in the family, has Marie Mullen, originally the daughter, now playing her tormentor
In this empathetic and slippery production, as his confusion grows, so does ours
Shaw’s classic is Frankenstein with better elocution and a bit more screaming
Talented DYT performers don’t shut up, and play their protest hits in this shuffle through their causes and concerns
In the hands of Filter Theatre, live music and comedy shake up Shakespeare’s classic
Three Irish comedians create their own versions of Harry Potter; Vickey Curtis tells a raw and painful story
How does a Roscommon GAA player end up performing ‘wild stuff’ semi-naked in a Fringe show?
The anarchic clatter of agit-prop has many things to say about the position of LGBT people in Irish society...
Jimmy Fay’s contemporary take on George Bernard Shaw's play finds new meaning in the post-Brexit political landscape
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