The actors occasionally get into physical fights with one another or get knocked unconscious by malfunctioning props
Caryl Churchill’s short, brutal play is brilliantly realised
Committed cast struggles with ponderous phrases and some awkward arrangements
Graham Linehan’s staging of the Ealing comedy features an all-female cast for the first time, but the quality of the performances means tokenism is not an issue
Fintan O’Toole: Have shock tactics had their day?
The actor gives Beckett’s words a more aggressive, tortured reading
Culture Shock: The bigger the Arts Council funding, the greater the inequality
Ross Gaynor’s tough monologue is set in the aftermath of a terrorist attack
Shay Linehan’s adaptation yanks hard on the heartstrings throughout its benign performance
New research commissioned by Waking The Feminists shows theatre companies with biggest state subsidy have worst gender record
Beckett’s ‘Textes Pour Rien’ convey a sense of being cut adrift from life, from existence itself. Actor Lisa Dwan conveys this absence with startling presence
The festival gets a new set of directors for 2017
In a world of where trust in truthful speech is decaying, how much truth resides in the body?
A trio of remarkable performances exploring time, perception and the search for identity
Hip hop battles and technological duets feature in a diverse range of shows
Colin Dunne is more than up to the challenge of the ‘undanceable’ Tommy Potts
London based with a schooling in Dublin's Firhouse Community College behind him, Nigerian poet Inua Ellams presents a punchy portrait of an immigrant
New director Selina Cartmell announces first programme, after Michael Colgan exits, stage left
A new trio dance performance evokes the trauma of refugees coming to Europe
Dylan has never tried to please anyone but himself, and at 75 he powers through a two-hour set, mischievous, buoyant and brilliant
Dr Ruane was director of ESRI for nine years until 2015
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