Collection of Lovers: Raquel André gives not so much a performance of love as a parody of it

COLLECTION OF LOVERS Project Arts Centre ★★☆☆☆ It’s safe to assume that at a certain point in Raquel André’s five-year performance project, in which (...)

Hecuba: a compelling staging of the Greek myth. Photograph: Ste Murray

HECUBA Space Upstairs, Project Arts Centre ★★★★☆ What’s Hecuba to us, or we to Hecuba? In Greek myth the character suffers such unimaginable tragedy (...)

The Bluffer’s Guide to Suburbia: a piece of sensory, stimulating theatre. Photograph: Colm Hogan

THE BLUFFER’S GUIDE TO SUBURBIA Cube, Project Arts Centre ★★★☆☆ There’s a point in the Bluffer’s Guide to Suburbia where the eponymous character, a (...)

Sorry Gold: flowing fabric and glitchy gracefulness. Photograph: Ewa Figaszewska and Liing Heaney

SORRY GOLD Project Arts Centre ★★★★★ The aerialist Emily Aoibheann’s Sorry Gold, part one of a twin production about civilisation and nature, begins (...)

Nate: a roadie-hirsute man who pulls miniature motorcycle stunts. Photograph: Nick Rasmussen

NATE Project Arts Centre ★★★★☆ A roaring, roadie-hirsute man who pulls miniature motorcycle stunts, crushes cans on his forehead and chops wood until(...)

A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings: a model of ingenuity through humble means. Photograph: Patricio Cassinoni

A VERY OLD MAN WITH ENORMOUS WINGS Project Arts Centre ★★★★☆ There’s no lesson in this charmingly offbeat adaptation of Gabriel García Márquez’s chil(...)

Admin: Oisín McKenna’s cripplingly self-aware spoken word performance

ADMIN Project Arts Centre  ★★★★☆ A story about love (“in some ways”) and money (“in many ways”), Oisín McKenna’s spoken-word performance is a vi(...)

The Examination: at the Project Arts Centre in Dublin as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival

THE EXAMINATION Project Arts Centre, Dublin. Preview Sep 6 6.15pm Opens Sep 7-11 &14 9pm (Thurs additional performance 6.15pm) The(...)

Actor Mark Smith and Aisling Byrne, his friend and longtime collaborator. “Mark has an amazing story. A lot has happened in his life. He has done some amazing things”

You may not have heard of Mark Smith, but the actor is a celebrity in his hometown of Celbridge, just outside Dublin. “One analogy,” he says on (...)

Ruth McGowan, Director, Dublin Fringe Festival

Ruth McGowan is on a mission. Heading into the 25th edition of the Dublin Fringe, the Donegal native wants to transform our lives and the culture of t(...)

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