Declan O’Callaghan and his wife were seen as pillars of community before finances came under scrutiny
In this weeks’s theatre, a frightful creature becomes a useful friend, an old fable is laced up to fit new times, and one eccentric Dubliner finally becomes a legend
The West End hit at the Abbey hovers somewhere between fairy tale and horror story
Vampires, voyages and new beginnings on the Irish stage
From the firmly established satirical website Waterford Whispers News to the new literary journal Banshee, Ireland’s new generation of alternative publications are making an impact by offering something different
Anu’s latest performance traces a legacy of violence against civilians, from Moore Street barricades to modern-day terrorism. Will you choose death or glory?
Micheal Glenn Murphy’s nostalgic, cluttered play comes at the expense of living relationships
The Zimbabwean suffered a heart attack on the ninth hole at Santo da Serra
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