Why does a bodice ripper about Nicholas II have Russians setting fire to the director’s office?
It’s the closing weekend of the festival: here are the best productions you can still catch
Fleeing persecution, the Levin Brothers conceal their sex and identity, and grow into a vaudevillian act that wanders the world. The production might have kept less of its potential hidden
It’s the handover period between Dublin festivals this week as the Dublin Fringe Festival begins to wind up and the Dublin Theatre Festival starts to ramp up. Here’s a small selection of the changing stages
Two plays that are tricky and smart in very different ways
The company has signed a three-year deal with the prestigious arts awards event
When people believe in nothing, they may turn to showbiz, argues Lucy McCormick’s New Testament trash cabaret. But the bigger question is can anything shock us any more?
The latest show from the Dublin Fringe Festival
The latest reviews including Birdy, Everything Now, Kicking All The Boxes, Raven Eyed and MDLSX
The Vietnam War isn’t obvious musical material, but Schönberg and Boublil’s classic show, which is on its way to Ireland, pulls it off
An absurd comedy offers a worthwhile study in isolation, but the plotting is haphazard
Here is our selection of the best shows opening this weekend, and the best productions still running that we've seen so far
The walls in this small, over-extended production are built on weak foundations
The latest new shows from this year’s Dublin Fringe Festival
Fringe reviews: Traumas of a different type emerge on stage
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