Review: This is the Funeral of your Life
If there really is a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other, Andromaque and Hermione have found it
Postcards From The Ledge review: OMG – are those like actual feelings Ross O'Carroll-Kelly is having?
In Stacey Gregg’s new play, the forces that push us around are creatures of our own creation
Pan Pan aims to give Brecht’s work a modern, accurate update
Miet Warlop returns to Dublin Theatre Festival in typical explosive fashion
Seamless piece of theatre – part memoir, part gig, part nature documentary, but much, much more than the sum of its parts
The HIV infection rate in Ireland is twice the European average, thanks to shame and silence
Druid’s production picks away at the tensions of rural life with a savage eye
Review: Intersection of showbiz and brutality provides enormous audience pleasure
Emma Martin’s new show seeps into the consciousness long after leaving the theatre
Everybody is talking but nobody is listening in Nina Raine’s intelligent, furious play
The sprawling, shape-shifting puzzle of Ulysses here becomes a series of theatrical parlour games
In this ritualised meditation, Doireann Coady works through her grief for her brother Donal, who died 3,104 days ago
There’s no other play quite like Rough Magic’s Melt right now
“Comfort is the poison” reads the on-screen message, as Rock wrongfoots his audience at every turn during an incendiary show
Anú’s latest show, which takes place in a clinical space, is impressive but not intimate
This stunning newly translated version of Aeschylus’ poetic tidal wave is tailor-made for a 21st century audience
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?
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