The first tranche of acts is announced hours after the festival sells out
What happens when love really is the drug? Lucy Prebble, writer of Secret Diary of a Call Girl and Enron, explores the options with a play about a clinical drug trial
Corn Exchange’s marvellous, witty creation brings house down at the Abbey
In two short plays at the Beckett Friel Pinter Festival, one brings us up close and personal with a great actor, while another finds romance in creativity
Falling in love is the hardest thing, in this less-is-more production of Brian Friel’s play
Jean Butler returns with choreography that displays an increasingly rich level of articulation and a broad palette of movement
Dealing with nothing smaller than human history, Malaprop’s stimulating new show might have taken on more than any one metaphor can properly smack down. Unless wrestling is the answer . . .
Walsh’s intense show takes place in Old Cork Prison
Are you trailer trash material? Put your design skills to work at this year’s festival
No room for misty-eyed accounts of society in ‘The Creative Quarter’
Shades of Vladimir and Estragon, by way of Morcambe and Wise, brilliantly colour this revived and recast take on Enda Walsh tale of creation and confinement
The major prizes at this year’s event were shared among a varied set of productions
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