Under-investment in education has produced people who ‘don’t know how to think’
Upper chamber’s arrogance shows nothing but contempt for the National Museums
The Gate's big Christmas show is an adaptation of a Henry James’s novella. It could be played as a reassuring costume drama – but instead we get something more complex
Catching up with the original Butcher Boy in a psychiatric institution, Pat McCabe’s new play feels less like a sequel than a bemusing post-script
Caitríona Daly’s play attempts to slip into a stream-of-consciousness but can’t break its own vicious cycle
Honesty may be the worst possible policy in DC Moore’s acrid comedy, given an engaging production by Bewley’s Cafe Theatre
Wilde had to be discreet with his double meanings - In Pan Pan’s arch and fractured riff on his life and work, they try to have him both ways
Hell is surely enduring yet another lifeless stage musical knockoff of a hit film
The first programme from the national theatre’s new directors is ‘pragmatic and philosophical’, with an adaptation of Room, a 'greatest hits' of Irish theatre, and work by Roddy Doyle in pubs around the country
What do we make of US vice-president-elect’s visit to the stage musical ‘Hamilton’ and of Donald Trump’s Twitter review?
Ballet Ireland assuredly deliver the magic and the movement of Tchaikovsky’s perennial favourite
To mark first anniversary of Waking The Feminists, Gender equality campaigners add 10 points to debate
The Dublin centre has been providing arts for children for more than 20 years
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