Fra Fee and Amy Lennox

****   There’s more than one way to say goodbye. In his classy little musical, American composer Jason Robert Brown brings effective d(...)

Ann O’Connor of Ard Curley, Collooney, Co Sligo pictured leaving the Four Courts  after  the opening day of a High Court action for damages on behalf of her son, Thomas. Photograph: Courts Collins

(...) ventilated, had a heart attack and ceased to breathe on the way from the delivery theatre to the ICU at about(...)

Abbey Theatre and former Arts Council member) and Liam Healy (former group chief executive and former(...)

(...) place in the Set Theatre in Kilkenny on Saturday night. The reason for the switch? “The Saturday(...)

 Roger Casement.

Conchuir as part of the London International Festival of Theatre with a possible symposium partnership with(...)

The John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC, where a three-week festival, Ireland 100: Celebrating a Century of Irish Arts and Culture, will take place next year. Photograph: Getty Images

(...) and contemporary Ireland across the full range of the arts, including theatre, literature, music and(...)

Paul Hughes, tunnel construction manager, in a  pipe trench as the tunnel is sealed. Photograph: Peter Murtagh/The Irish Times

(...), windowless place, bright but with the antiseptic, cold charm of an operating theatre – all airconditioning(...)

(...) grossers and the first weekend is all new. We opened The Last Picture Show in one theatre. It played there(...)

Dundrum Town Centre: Dundrum Town Centre is producing rents of about €58 million for Joe O’Reilly’s Chartered Land which completed the centre in 2005. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh

(...) centre extends to about 1.34 million sq ft with about 120 shop, 50 restaurants, cinemas, a theatre and 3(...)

Easter Rising: Niamh McCann (right) plays Julia Grennan, a Dublin furrier whose partner, a Cuman na mBan member and nurse named Elizabeth O’Farrell (played by Bairbre Ní hAodha), delivered Pádraig Pearse’s letter of surrender to Gen William Lowe in 1916. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...) theatre company behind the award-winning Monto cycle, which says it wants to help its audience “look(...)