Tom Vaughan-Lawlor is going back to his criminal roots for ‘Howie the Rookie’, but this solo show is a world away from Nidge and his crew in ‘Love/Hate’
Famous since he was 12, Daniel Radcliffe is all too aware that ‘Harry Potter’ might be the biggest part of his career, but he is sure it won’t be the best
In Germany, they love Irish storytelling in song and word. Now, at last, they are paying attention to our plays
Fearghus Ó Conchúir lets his body do the talking in his new performance for Dublin Dance Festival
Education is a waste in Eugene Ionesco’s absurdist parable. What else can it teach us?
Thirty years after its debut, Frank McGuinness’s play is back on the production line
The musical beast reaches Ireland
The life and wild times of Oliver Reed: 22 Brandy Alexanders, 126 pints and no hangovers
You can’t legislate for an audience’s reaction, which is the fire in the belly of the Live Collision festival
Can Shakespeare’s drama of a dethroned English King be turned into an Irish history lesson?
Peter Gowen’s latest work is a tale of our times, told by an idiot savant
Rough Magic unearths a state-of-the-nation drama by Declan Hughes that could still dig deeper
Richard Dormer’s Irish-American gangster play orbits around a jukebox, violence and some brutal characters
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