Hip hop battles and technological duets feature in a diverse range of shows
Colin Dunne is more than up to the challenge of the ‘undanceable’ Tommy Potts
Dylan has never tried to please anyone but himself, and at 75 he powers through a two-hour set, mischievous, buoyant and brilliant
If even the Dublin Luas lines will eventually connect, then why can’t two people come together despite their political differences, in Eva O’Connor’s new play for Fishamble?
It’s hard to know what to make of the sexual politics of John B Keane’s play
Ludovic Ondiviela’s hip interpretation never dips below the surface of this classic
Two volunteers on a drugs trial begin to have some strange attractions in Lucy Prebble’s love-sceptical play
Derbhle Crotty and Denis Conway reach deep for this portrait of middle-aged despair
London based with a schooling in Dublin's Firhouse Community College behind him, Nigerian poet Inua Ellams presents a punchy portrait of an immigrant
A new trio dance performance evokes the trauma of refugees coming to Europe
Druid actor Rory Nolan takes his comedy seriously - which may explain his impressive ability when it comes to theatre, and to trolling his fellow cast members
Ballet Ireland changes direction, after 20 years in business
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