Social media enables activists to reach audiences as never before, as the #WakingTheFeminists campaign knows. It’s all part of telling women’s stories
Stacey Gregg’s fine new play is made up of equal parts courage and discomfort
William Golding’s tale gets a cosmetic update, and drags its colonial baggage with it
How do you root for an underdog when he is destined to be eaten by the rest of the characters?
Ekaterina Bortyakova shines in this production of perhaps the most famous classical ballet in the world
The play uses a physical language to communicate with a young audience
For its anniversary production, director Annie Ryan settled on a stark Ingmar Bergman drama that does nothing to change the impression of the company as being hard to pin down
A German-Irish production reshapes Huxley’s enduring dystopian vision
The production coming to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre includes contemporary references alongside the rivalries and tension at the heart of William Golding’s 1954 novel
The Belfast playwright’s latest work, Scorch, has plenty to say about the complex nature of modern gender identity, and she’s not shy about expressing views on the National Theatre’s imbalance either
The actor likes to find the conflict in characters, making Tom Murphy’s plays ideal vehicles for his talents
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