Dublin’s Diarmuid Connolly (l) and Colm Boyle of Mayo Photograph: ©INPHO/Andrew Paton

(...) visitors: they had reigning footballer of the year Jack McCaffrey unzip his tracksuit and enter the theatre(...)

‘I don’t think “Cyprus Avenue” is a loyalist play. It’s about loyalism,’ says Stephen Rea, who appears in the play at the Abbey Theatre in February 2016. Photograph: Dave Meehan

(...) funny and politically provocative works, has adopted the theatre as a place where you can say anything(...)

The city centre itself is easy to get around, with a small grid of shopping streets bordered by the high-rise business quarter in St George’s Terrace that defines the Perth skyline

Australian state art gallery, the state museum, the magnificent new state theatre, and a good range of Asian(...)

The previously unknown 1623 edition of William Shakespeare’s First Folio, described as the most important work in the English language. Photograph: Getty Images

(...) version, which suggests that “what Shakespeare’s theatre most valued was the up-to-date script, not the(...)

(...) then on to South Africa for their honeymoon. Conor will appear in The Unsung Hero in Dublin’s Theatre(...)

Labour leader Joan Burton and others arrive for the formal launch of the Labour Party  campaign held at the Bord Gáis Theatre, Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

(...) at the Bord Gáis Theatre in Dublin’s docklands. Joan Burton declared she was banning the “F word(...)

Donal McCann as Frank Hardy in the Abbey Theatre’s Irish premiere of Faith Healer by Brian Friel, directed by Joe Dowling, Abbey Theatre, 1980. Photograph: Fergus Bourke, courtesy of the Abbey Theatre

(...) three different cities. Rarely in the history of modern theatre has any dramatist produced a burst of(...)

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(...) performances at Nun’s Cross Church, Ashford, and Limerick’s Limetree Theatre later this month. In the(...)

(...) later recalled. National Theatre Finlay went on to perform with the National Theatre, of which Olivier(...)

Labour leader Joan Burton  with Alan Kelly and Brendan Howlin TD during the formal launch of the Labour party general election campaign at the Bord Gais Theatre, Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / The Irish TImes

(...) in the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre was more forceful that similar events held by other parties. Many of(...)