TheEmergencyRoom’s production is about the Turing test . . . isn’t it?
Profits at firm that operates theatre festival last year increased by 151 per cent
The great MGM musical about the birth of Talkies is given a stylish, joyous stage interpretation
The style of choreographer Hofesh Shechter remains mercifully untamed
Samuel Beckett’s late prose piece, written in fragments and pieced together at random, becomes oddly lulling
A Liverpudlian mother is pushed to the edge of the world by a tragedy
The poetry remains intact in this revival of Brian Friel’s 1967 drama
Amy Conroy’s new play is a mysterious family drama about a hard-won reconciliation and the making of a man
Enniskillen – home of the Beckett festival – offers settings that match the desolate emotional atmosphere of his work
The ‘Trainspotting’ star’s debut as a director is not a predictable low-key indie film but a riotous comedy starring Ray Winstone and Emma Thompson
The festival has shunned an obvious theme in favour of reaching a wider audience
The actor continues her performances of notoriously tricky Irish prose works with Beckett’s Lessness, which comprises 60 sentences apparently chosen at random
Conroy’s new play is about the journey made by transgender people, but more than anything, says the writer, it’s about families
‘Exhibit B’, at Galway arts festival, re-creates 19th-century ‘human zoos’. Are its critics right to say it replicates the wrongs its creator set out to damn?
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