To adapt Eimear McBride’s unconventional book can’t have been easy, but they’ve pulled it off
Can a maniacally upbeat community centre worker change the world – with your help?
Hugo Hamilton’s nuanced first World War drama looks at the family fallout after the return of an injured sailor
Pan Pan Theatre makes Chekhov’s play the centrepiece of its crammed and elusive aviary. Are they able to wing it?
Stewart Parker’s play, set during the Ulster Workers’ Council strike in 1974, has moments of transcendence, but at times seems to be an empty exchange between ciphers
This children’s show creates a concentrated beauty from almost nothing
The last of a nomadic tribe, and two excitable scientists; what could possibly go wrong?
A rock opera in Irish is hobbled by its supporting slot production values
Robert Softley places the disabled aesthetic at the heart of his show, and the result is bold and stylish
Anu Productions’ celebrated Monto Cycle comes full circle, where present day Dublin finds its history repeating
The festival opens with the Schaubuhne’s riveting and dangerous production of Hamlet. Though this be madness, yet there’s method in it
The stage version of Behan’s classic lacks subtlety but makes for rollicking entertainment
A quiet, beautiful spectacle and an intriguing collaboration
An intriguing synthesis of technology and a skilled and imaginative performer
A rollercoaster show of sound and some fury