Shaw’s classic is Frankenstein with better elocution and a bit more screaming
With the advent of state subsidy, it isn’t unreasonable that arts and culture might account for themselves – but how?
Talented DYT performers don’t shut up, and play their protest hits in this shuffle through their causes and concerns
The comedian cuts to the quick with a riff on suicide, but its dark material that’s deftly handled throughout
An excellent cast serve Frank McGuinness’s play well, but the direction is never allowed an open attack on at its battlelines
Never mind the political quality in this West End production, feel the mega musical width
Alan Kenefick’s combination of Irish dance, pop and hip hop has an irresistible revolutionary energy
School teaches us to prepare for everything. An Irish improvisational comedy school trains workers to do the opposite
Actors often take their characters’ painful experiences – repeated night after night – with them off stage. Kate Fleetwood, Michelle Terry and Ben Miles explain how playing murderers, heroin addicts and monarchs marked them deep inside
Continuing our series of Nettflix selections, here’s 10 of the best comedic performances on the streaming service
Heaney’s ‘Aeneid’ is Virgil via way of the North. Two of the late poet’s friends, Stephen Rea and Neil Martin, ponder his legacy as they prepare to stage his version
“It’s all about forward momentum,” says artistic director Willie White
Adam Buxton made his name with ‘The Adam and Joe Show’. Now he podcasts, is working with Graham Linehan, and is bringing his David Bowie special to Ireland
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