Consider Friel’s plays and you realise what happens on stage can be acutely subjective
Dublin Theatre Festival: Irish poems set to music beg the question - why?
Dublin Theatre Festival: Time stands still in Anu and CoisCéim’s thrillingly immersive co-production, where the unresolved traumas of the aftermath of the Rising haunt a building
Dublin Theatre Festival: corpse comes back to life revealing the explosive dynamic of a strange and violent family
Dublin Theatre Festival: Opera Theatre Company shifts the action from 16th-century Spain to Dublin now, and the audience engagement is palpable
Dublin Theatre Festival: the last inhabitants in the exclusion zone around Chernobyl are like figures in a medieval folktale in this documentary installation
Dublin Theatre Festival: experimental Icelandic company stick to the central conceit of a funding application
Dublin Theatre Festival: Shakespeare’s comedy of transformation and desire meets the raucous energy of an outdoor music festival in an anarchic production
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In the hands of Filter Theatre, live music and comedy shake up Shakespeare’s classic
Three Irish comedians create their own versions of Harry Potter; Vickey Curtis tells a raw and painful story
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The anarchic clatter of agit-prop has many things to say about the position of LGBT people in Irish society...
Jimmy Fay’s contemporary take on George Bernard Shaw's play finds new meaning in the post-Brexit political landscape
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