Stephen Rea stars as a paranoid loyalist in ‘Cypress Avenue’ at the Abbey
Statues of old white guys are being removed, vandalised or campaigned against. The problem with the new iconoclasm is knowing where to stop
Willy Russell’s Liverpool drama travels to Belfast and gets a different accent and a calm ferocity
Skibberceannaigh has many dark secrets; unearthing them proves trickier than imagined
David Greig’s version of August Strindberg’s play is luridly unhinged, but this odd production opts to play it seriously
The band now the value of nostalgia in a show that has all the hallmarks of a homecoming
Breandán de Gallaí and Nick O’Connell’s show skilfully manages a range of contradictory tensions
James Joyce’s peerless short story is given a reading by Aidan Gillen in which his Gabriel Conroy is given a cruel and familiar form
The Scottish playwright has tackled topics as troubling as Anders Behring Breivik. So how did he get on in the strange world of Strindberg?
The city’s main arts festival has helped transform a suburb. With a changing of the guard can it also alter its own identity?
Former Riverdancer Breandán de Gallaí examines identity, sexuality and ageing in his show Linger
After a year of theatre, hundreds of shows and days of deliberation, here are the nominees for the 2015 Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards
As the three judges meet to consider the productions they’ve seen in the past year, ‘violent agreement’ breaks out
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