‘Limmy’s Show!’ had more ideas in one episode than most comedy series manage in a full run. Yet Brian Limond remains something of a best kept secret. Could his new book change that?
Dancers from 11 countries to perform in 40 events over 10-day programme
The first tranche of acts is announced hours after the festival sells out
What happens when love really is the drug? Lucy Prebble, writer of Secret Diary of a Call Girl and Enron, explores the options with a play about a clinical drug trial
Are you trailer trash material? Put your design skills to work at this year’s festival
No room for misty-eyed accounts of society in ‘The Creative Quarter’
Shades of Vladimir and Estragon, by way of Morcambe and Wise, brilliantly colour this revived and recast take on Enda Walsh tale of creation and confinement
The major prizes at this year’s event were shared among a varied set of productions
Former archbishop John Charles McQuaid is among those roaming the theatre long after the curtain comes down, say the theatre's backstage staff
This year the festival expands across 18 days, starting October 19th
A version of ‘The Tempest’, set in west Kerry, called ‘A Shitstorm’, is slated for theatre
The self-described ‘Engine room of Irish theatre’ has spluttered in recent years. With the announcement of 20 productions, the Abbey hopes to set it humming again
The panel of judges for 2017 has also been announced
Susie Lamb’s show ‘Horae’ asks whether an ancient tradition can be comprehensible to a 21st-century crowd
The starry line-up features work by Samuel Beckett, Brian Friel and Harold Pinter
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