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 (...)

Swan Lake Loch na hEala, as part of Dublin Theatre Festival. Photograph: Colm Hogan

Swan Lake/ Loch na hEala ★★★★★ O’Reilly Theatre “If I say this is a house, it’s a house,” says Mikel Murfi, gesturing to two concrete blocks that f(...)

Empathy is like a tanning bed: This Beach, at the Project Arts Centre

HOT BROWN HONEY ★★★★ Spiegeltent @ Merrion Square An exhilarating Australian burlesque troupe formed by women of Polynesian and indigenous origin, Ho(...)

Simon O’Gorman and Derbhle Crotty in Sive at the Abbey Theatre. Photograph:  Ros Kavanagh
Review: Sive

Sive Abbey Theatre, Dublin *** (...)

Dusk Ahead

Dusk AheadProject Arts Centre****Junk Ensemble’s latest work returns to familiar territory: the state of unpredictability between pillars of certainty(...)

Dusk Ahead: ‘We’re really focusing on the idea that dusk is the hour between dog and wolf, between domestic and wild, and between hope and fear’

Rehearsal studios are a bit like classrooms: even a quick visit will reveal the learning dynamic. Is there a contented hum of collaborative activit(...)