Review: Neither Either
  • Stage
  • November 13, 2014, 14:52

Neither Either Project Arts Centre **** Clarity and control epitomise this collaboration between Liz Roche Company and Maiden Voyage Da(...)

The Way Back Home, Branar’s ambitious stage version of Oliver Jeffers’s beautiful picture book

Earlier this year I saw a performance of Human Child, a play for children aged eight years and over, performed by Collapsing Horse Theatre Company (...)

Review: Adishatz/Adieu
  • Stage
  • October 2, 2014, 14:00

Adishatz/ AdieuProject Arts Centre, Dublin***The multi-talented French stage artist Jonathan Capdevielle describes his show as a piece of “auto-fictio(...)

Review: If These Spasms Could Speak
  • Stage
  • September 26, 2014, 12:00

If These Spasms Could Speak Project Arts Centre, Cube ****In If These Spasms Could Speak, Robert Softley, who has cerebral palsy, invites the audience(...)

To Space, at the Science Gallery
10 days of the Tiger Dublin Fringe
  • Culture
  • September 10, 2014, 01:00

Thursday 11th Early bird: Bernarda’s House 6.15pm, Project; €15/€13; until Sept 13th A retelling of Spanish dramatist Lorca’s last play, performe(...)

Review: Advocacy

AdvocacyProject Arts Centre****Shaun Dunne’s latest work is set in the world of mental health and negotiates the challenging world of care workers an(...)

Bastard: A Family History Project Arts Centre ***First seen through a gilded frame, to a burst of imperialistic trumpets, while standing in his underw(...)

The Rest is Action Project Arts Centre ****Everything is over before it’s begun in this arch and enigmatic take on The Oresteia (and other inescapable(...)

Shaun Dunne: coming from a place of truth. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

‘It started with flags and headbands,” Shaun Dunne jokes, remembering the time he spent as a child selling souvenirs outside Croke Park on match da(...)

Exposed: Sonya Kelly draws from personal experience in ‘How to Keep an Alien’

A few years ago the actor, comedian and superbly dry wit Sonya Kelly decided to create her own work and turned to herself for inspiration. “I didn’(...)