This week’s theatre highlights all involve stories that need to be heard, and those who are either literally and figuratively deaf to them

Written fitfully during the first World War and finally presented to an utterly changed world, Shaw’s experimental play remains tangled and complex. Can the Abbey make sense of it?

A daringly modern telling of Shakespeare’s comedy of desire, disguise and deception makes the play seem more true to itself


The Irish Times ePaper

A series examining attitudes North and South about the future of the island

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