Ahead of the Irish tour of The Birthday Party, Michael Cabot, Artistic Director of London Classic Theatre, on how theatre audiences in Ireland “really get Pinter”
Twenty years later, Cillian Murphy, Eileen Walsh, Enda Walsh and Pat Kiernan talk about Corcadorca and the hit play that changed everything
Rough Magic’s production of Stewart Parker’s play about the 1798 rebellion enriches the self-consciousness of the dramatic style
Audiences are likely to be lacerated in the crossfire of this explosive revival
A bilingual show for children aged eight and over brings to life the events of Easter week with clarity and humour
Eight Irish writers’ monologues create a moving theatrical tapestry
Pan Pan’s production sees the audience listen on headphones to a new recording of Beckett’s play, while moving in slow procession through a labyrinth
This production seems unsure whether to treat Sean P Summers’s new play as political allegory or carnival
Some admirers celebrate the playwright’s work on the 400th anniversary of his death
William Shakespeare’s approach to Ireland mirrored contemporary anxieties about England’s long, brutal slog of a war here
Pan Pan’s new production of Cascando is a journey through the labyrinth of the mind - and a fascinating lens through which to see Beckett
Is the Bard, who died 400 years ago this weekend, on April 23rd, 1616, really the greatest playwright to have lived – or have we been blinded by ‘bardolatry’?
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