Ruairí Donovan and Asaf Aharonson’s Ghosts deals with  onstage obscenity

Obscenity is a volatile currency; something that has the power to shock or offend one day can be considered practically quaint another. For that reaso(...)

Ghosts, Project Arts Centre

Ghosts Project Arts Centre ***  It starts with an innocent enquiry: if one graphically sexual moment in this performance will break th(...)

Emily Aoibheann from  aerial performance company Dying Breeds rehearsing in St Anthony’s Hall Church in Clontarf for  their new show Object Piggy. Emily helped launch the 21st edition of Tiger Dublin Fringe which runs  from September 7th -20th. Photograph: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland.

With venues as diverse as tents and trees, the Tiger Dublin Fringe is celebrating its 21st birthday in style in September. The annual festival has pu(...)

Pat McGrath: his Always Going Home is hugely enjoyable but seems unsuited to the programme

1 If you open your heart, do you get a bloody mess? The Theatre Machine Turns You On 4, a mini-festival of short works in progress, is an (...)

Deep by Raymond Scannell

Five years ago, the arch documentary theatre makers Rimini Protokoll asked Berlin to take a closer look at itself. A company that prefers to put real (...)