The moors of Emily Brontë’s novel are raging and unruly, peaceful and polite. Is the new Gate adapation torn between two worlds?

Irish Youth Opera has begun its mission with a slick, updated version of Britten’s opera

Michael West’s new play at the Abbey is a grimly amusing and deeply unsettling exploration of marriage

Ibsen meets Jerry Springer in Carmel Winters’s new play, which features infidelity, revenge and a bitterly disintegrating family

Can Shakespeare’s drama of a dethroned English King be turned into an Irish history lesson?


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How does a post-Brexit world shape the identity and relationship of these islands

Inquests into the nightclub fire that led to the deaths of 48 people