Short + Sweet Dublin’s Karoline O’Sullivan on bringing the renowned Sydney festival home
Belfast International Arts Festival: Hiroaki Umeda’s opening double bill showcased his belief in dance as the heart of a multisensory experience
Baboró arts festival in Galway will bring 14 theatre companies to perform for children
Dublin Theatre Festival: The backstage view becomes a way of seeing the world in Tiago Rodrigues’ elegant piece of metatheatre
Dublin Theatre Festival: This perfectly paced production for ages eight and up retells the Irish folk tale for a new audience
Dublin Theatre Festival: Raquel André has, to date, gathered together 245 strangers to manufacture and document the illusion of intimacy. Where will it all end?
Prima ballerina Irina Kolesnikova talks about the life’s training behind her Irish shows
Dublin Theatre Festival: A wry, wounded Travis Alabanza confronts transphobia
Louis O’Neill’s Asking for It is revived for the Gaiety, while Playboy crosses the Border
Dublin Theatre Festival: Fionnuala Kennedy’s play stays true to the experiences of young people in care
Dublin Theatre Festival: This never-ending gameshow is bleak, painful, playful and sometimes funny
Dublin Theatre Festival: Bronks stages a powerful, politically charged account of the Beslan massacre
Us/Them and Burgerz take very different approaches to transforming trauma, the first through matter-of-fact playfulness, and the second through the prism of fast food
Dublin Theatre Festival: Tim Crouch’s new play compares playwrights to cult leaders and dictators. Are we all on the same page?
Dublin Theatre Festival: Turning watchers into performers, this unusual show finds a subtle route into theatre’s fundamental aims
Dublin Theatre Festival: Nilaja Sun plays three generations of characters with ease
Dublin Theatre Festival: Billy Roche’s new play turns modest characters into legends in their own lifetimes
Dublin Theatre Festival: Justin Butcher serves as an energetic guide along the Roman roads out of Europe
Anti-trans violence: ‘This is a matter of life and death,’ says Travis Alabanza, whose one-person show Burgerz tackles the issue head-on
Dublin Theatre Festival: Nicola Gunn brings ceaseless motion to a restless meditation
Dublin Theatre Festival: This absorbing new work remembers a faultline in the early days of Irish gay rights
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