The Egg is a Lonely Hunter ★★★ Project Arts Centre This monologue roves through a town so dreary, even the horses are expecting an apocalypse. The en(...)

Michael Patrick’s My Left Nut

My Left Nut Bewley’s Café Theatre, Powerscourt Townhouse ★★★★ In Michael Patrick’s bittersweet comic solo performance, a young Belfast boy is h(...)

Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani, Freedom of Movement, film still, at the MART Gallery

Freedom of Movement – Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani ★★★ The Mart Gallery What do we think of when we hear the word “race”? In Nina Fischer &(...)

Soldier Still is at Project Arts Centre Sept 9th to 14th as part of Dublin Fringe Festival

Since ancient times, movement, in the form of close order drill, helped shape a rabble of individuals into a mass military unit. But it can also help (...)

Performances of Trophy are free but ticketed

Trophy Barnardo Square, Dame Street September 9th-11th, 3pm & 7pm Lives can change in an instant, for good or bad, pivoting on a bit of luck or j(...)

Detail still from Promisings 2013 by Elaine Reynolds at The Dock, Carrick-on-Shannon

Cliona Harmey, Seán Molloy, David Quinn Solstice Arts Centre, Railway Street, Navan, Co Meath. Until October 13th. solsticeartscentre.ie I like th(...)

 Lucky Khambyle, Aissatou Sow and Ellie Kisiyombe work at the Our Table Pop-Up Café at Project Arts Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin.  Photograph: Allen Kiely

This summer Homayoon Shirzad celebrated Ramadan away from home for the first time in his life. Each day at sunset he gathered with a small group of fr(...)

Belinda McKeon: ‘I knew that I wanted to write about people whose lives are devoted ostensibly to beauty and art – but really, wealth and power is so much a part of it.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Shenanigans in the world of big art: that’s the subject of Belinda McKeon’s new play, Nora. A reworking of Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House, the piece wa(...)

Blade Runner 2049: the sequel emerges as the world has just about caught up with the dark forecasts of the original, set in 2019

Lynda Radley’s play Futureproof, finally making its Irish premiere six years after its Scottish debut, begins with a man anxiously watching his figure(...)

Futureproof at the Everyman: the award-winning play by Lynda Radley is  part of the Cork Midsummer Festival. Photograph: Miki Barlok

*** Everyman, Cork Presented by the Everyman in association with the Cork Midsummer Festival and the Project Arts Centre, the Irish premiere of Lyn(...)

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