A deceptively breezy, carefully constructed story that has a little problem with authority
Christine Dwyer Hickey’s daring first play has an earthly authenticity
Is this depiction of one man’s crisis in faith something we can believe in?
As the Abbey revisits John B Keane’s tragedy of lust and lucre, is it safe to go back into the kitchen?
The play’s problem lies with the contradictions of pace, atmosphere and character within what might be called the plot if one were feeling generous
WillFredd Theatre’s exploration of hospice care creatively explores systems and coping strategies
Paul Michael Glaser takes the lead in this lavish, if drawn out production
Noël Coward’s breakthrough play depicts a downward spiral, but Annabelle Comyn’s brave production feels like progress
Abigail Graham’s refreshing production looks anew upon Friel’s richly layered play