Carmel Winters’ new play might make us look differently at the 50 million people now forcibly displaced by conflict or disaster
Smock Alley’s production treats the play as a performance vehicle and loses the nuance
This trip to Leenane can’t quite sustain the pace
Malachy McKenna’s new play is alert to a powerful impotency as two men go gently into that good night
Marina Carr’s bitter stretch of the Irish midlands is a sunken place full of ghosts and vengeance – will anyone make it out alive?
Death is an assisted act in Donnacha Dennehy and Enda Walsh’s new opera at the Edinburgh International Festival
There’s a terrifying rage in her play ‘By the Bog of Cats’, which is reopening at the Abbey Theatre – and it’s an anger as old as the Greeks
He has been played as Saddam Hussein and a psychotic Tony Blair, but a Chinese version plays up the duality of the character
Le Pré aux Clercs, a public garden in Paris where countless duels were fought in the 16th century, gives its name to one of the most popular operas in French history. A revival is bound for Wexford
As always, the shows being staged encompass the weird, the wonderful and the wacky
Every year, a gang of homegrown gag-meisters take their shows to the world’s biggest arts festival in Edinburgh. Here are some quips from this year's crop
Enniskillen – home of the Beckett festival – offers settings that match the desolate emotional atmosphere of his work
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