Lucia Kickham and Philip Connaughton: ‘I’ve probably been very close to death several times but managed to wake up the next morning and carry on,’ Philip says

What book do you keep returning to? Philip The book I return to – and it’s the same as my dad – is Bram Stoker’s Dracula. My dad would always ha(...)

Running + Walking In The Phoenix Park: doesn’t so much go nowhere fast as saunter around in circles at a gentle trot

Running + Walking In The Phoenix Park Project Arts Centre Cube ★★ As befits a show about jogging, writer and director Martin Sharry’s multimedia piec(...)

Christian Emmanuel Dirocie: “I didn’t get the ‘in’ jokes with my friends; that made me learn English quicker.” Photograph: Cathy Coughlan/Human Collective

When Christian Emmanuel Dirocie was 15 years old his baby sister suffered a heart attack. A few months later his one-year-old sibling, his mother and (...)

Christiane O’Mahony in ‘Seahorse’: ‘I thought, this would be a fun way to examine the anxieties of modern womanhood in Ireland: all the awkwardness, all the expectations that fall upon you’

A sea horse may seem an unlikely feminist icon but, for Mara, the marine biologist at the centre of Christiane O’Mahony’s new play, sea horses offer t(...)

Oneday: Dick Walsh and James Moran challenge journalism, theatre and expertise. Photograph: Aine McBride

ONEDAY Project Arts Centre ★ ★ ★ ★ What happened on March 13th, 2012? In an absorbing experiment, both arch and obsessional, the theatremaker Dick Wa(...)

Fable: each of the five sequences take their cues from tales already on the borderline of myth – pumped-up news reports, political conspiracy theories or dubious cultural phenomena. Photograph: Cathy Coughlan

FABLE Project Arts Centre ★ ★ ★ In Fable, the new dance-theatre company Human Collective take tentative steps towards uniting the energies of street (...)

Everything I Do: Alone on a trampoline as marked as a lunar surface, Zoe Ní Riordáin has lost her support

EVERYTHING I DO Project Arts Centre, Cube ★ ★ ★ ★ Misery may love company, but in Zoe Ní Riordáin’s one-person performance, a “live concept album”, h(...)

The new Butler Gallery:  architect’s drawing by McCullough Mulvin

In a peaceful part of Rothe House, an atmospheric Tudor townhouse in the heart of Kilkenny, eight young architects are imagining what a future Kilkenn(...)

Tremble Tremble, Jesse Jones, installation view, Project Arts Centre

Jesse Jones: Tremble Tremble ★ ★ ★ ★ Project Arts Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin The title, and to a large extent the spirit of Jesse Jones’s Trembl(...)

They’ve got gay marriage, can’t they just get on with it now? This, and similar sentiments start to swirl around the edges of a certain kind of conver(...)

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