Nirbhaya was inspired by the horrific gang rape and murder of Jyoti Singh Pandey in Delhi in 2012
Review: Nirbhaya

Nirbhaya Pavilion Theatre, Dún Laoghaire ****   “I still don’t want to call it what(...)

Former RTÉ head of drama and ‘Dear Daughter’ producer Louis Lentin died last night at the age of 80 after a sudden illness. Photograph; Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Trinity College Dublin with an arts degree in 1956. He began his professional career as a theatre director(...)

Lansdowne Road:Michael Freer met Bridie Fortune in 1958 when he went out with his team after a match at Lansdowne Road. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

(...) she had bought two theatre tickets, and he did not have time to pay her back or apologise. “I wouldn(...)

Director Walter Asmus. Photograph: John Haynes

Court Theatre, where rehearsals are underway for a trio of Beckett’s short “dramaticules”, Not I(...)

Protecting Poolbeg

(...). Dublin has lost many landmarks in the past - the Theatre Royal, demolished in 1962 to make way for the(...)

Playwright Tom Murphy (left) with artistic director Willie White and daughter Molly (2) at the launch of the programme for the Dublin Theatre Festival, which runs from September 25th to October 12th.  Photograph: Eric Luke

For the first time, the Dublin Theatre Festival will open with a production staged at the Bord Gáis(...)

The Luas tram at Abbey Street which was in collision with a bus near Busaras today. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Abbey Street near the Abbey Theatre.In 2009 a number of people were injured when a Luas tram was in(...)

Review: New Jersey Nights
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  • July 21, 2014, 14:00

New Jersey NightsOlympia Theatre**** If the name Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons fails to ring(...)

Ireland’s Conor McGregor and Diego Brandao of Brazil do battle at the UFC fight night on Saturday at the O2 in Dublin. Photograph: Rodrigo Romos/Inpho

(...), there were grown men dandying their way around the old Point Theatre on Saturday, resplendent in dickie(...)

Donegal’s Martin McElhinney, Christy Toye, Colm McFadden and David Walsh celebrate winning the Anglo-Celt Cup. Photograph: Russell Pritchard/Inpho/Presseye

Old Ulster is dead. In other decades, Donegal came and went like mayflies in the northern theatre(...)