William Forythe, whose work comes to Ireland this weekend, has challenged fundamental assumptions about choreography and dance, influencing visual artists, architects and designers along the way
Under-investment in education has produced people who ‘don’t know how to think’
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
Waking the Feminists slate theatre organisations for below-par gender equality record
The legacy of the Donegal-born poet and performer has been reclaimed in a new book
With the closure of several regional theatre companies since 2008, and new funding mechanisms that favour Dublin-based artists, can regional theatre ever return to health?
Adaptation of Shakespeare has 17 cast members who have an intellectual disability
Famed for being a confrontational listening experience, it still sounds dazzlingly fresh
An online project that presents one new dance show a week is just one of the Limerick festival’s intriguing aspects
The Red Bull Music Academy touched down in Montreal this year and among the innovators putting the musicians through their paces were Thundercat, Tune-Yards and Björk
What happens when you combine the world’s biggest disco ball with, among others, the musical force of nature that is Grace Jones? Find out this weekend at the RDS
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