Brendan Gleeson and sons Domhnall and Brian have established a recent acting dynasty. So what will happen when they finally share a stage together for the first time?
Forget ‘Serial’: these live radio plays will have you shivering in your seat
After an unenviable start, Limerick rallied its foot soldiers to its City of Culture cause. Has it delivered on its promises?
It was a year that energised the city, its artists and, most significantly, the public
The national academy produced its first trained actors this year; can it become one of the best drama academies in the world?
The Cork actor and playwright’s searing solo performances have a style of their own and have taken him to 18 countries – so why does he still struggle to admit that he’s a writer?
Sylvia Thompson runs through the best pantomimes on this Christmas
OTC says it was ‘the victim of political decisions’ but it’s now back on the road with bigger ambitions than ever
As the Gate presents a fresh adaptation of Emily Brontë’s classic of passion (or hysterical excess, depending on your outlook), a new Heathcliff and Catherine get to grips with our expectations and their interpretations
A weekend forum will celebrate the heady days of the dance company founded by Joan Denise Moriarty
Limerick is hosting a festival focused on the mixed media of film and movement
A North-South co-production by Liz Roche and Nicola Curry is inspired by Heaney’s ideas about displacement
Play dramatises the untold stories of Irish soldiers coming home from the first World War
The Arc saw 10 playwrights relay-write a new play during the Dublin Theatre Festival. The result is a glimpse into the furious energy of the theatre
So, women aren’t funny, eh? We talk to four funny females playing the Vodafone Comedy Carnival to get their take on that lazy trope