Nina Raine should know. Her father, a critic, once told her: `Your business is not to be worrying about people’s feelings. Because otherwise you will never write'
There’s no other play quite like Rough Magic’s Melt right now
And Sebastian Barry delivers a superb prison drama at this year’s Dublin Theatre Festival
Three reviews from the opening weekend of the Dublin Theatre Festival
Anú’s latest show, which takes place in a clinical space, is impressive but not intimate
A sprawling devised drama from Dublin Youth Theatre uses a large cast and vivid vignettes to illustrate timeless themes
Where else in this year’s festival are you going to hear the call of the Australian raven and a southern boobook?
Pat McCabe lists ingredients of his cultural stew and hails Co-Motion as it presents a double bill of his plays
Here's our recommendations for what to see over the next few weeks
Ollie West, child star of ‘Hamnet’ at the Dublin Theatre Festival, says theatre is ‘kind of like PE’
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
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