Clare Dunne, already an accomplished actor, is now making another mark as a writer.

Sure Look It, Fuck It Project Arts Centre, Dublin March 19th-23rd, 7.30pm (Sat mat 2.30pm) €15-€22, projectartscentre.ie “The thing is, ya see, I k(...)

ThisIsPopBaby are helping me become the artist I never even thought I could be

If there is one thing Clare Dunne is fascinated by, it’s those stages in a person’s life where things are about to change for better or for worse. “N(...)

The Country Girls runs in the Abbey Theatre until April 6th. Photograph: Ros Kavanagh

The Country Girls Abbey Theatre, Dublin. Ends Apr 6th, 7.30pm (Sat mat 2pm) €13-€45 abbeytheatre.ie A remarkable story of shedding innocence and tho(...)

The Examination: Willie White in Brokentalkers’  politically sly and artfully provocative piece

THE EXAMINATION Project Arts Centre, Dublin ★★★★☆ The latest work from the seriously irreverent contemporary theatre company Brokentalkers begins wit(...)

The Examination draws from real testimonies from current and former prisoners

Peat The Ark, Dublin. Mar 2-31 School days: 10.15am & 12.15pm; Weekends and holidays: 2pm & 4pm; Evening show: Mar 12 7.30pm €12.50/€9.50 (Sch(...)

Award-winning author Emilie Pine
Emilie Pine: On My Culture Radar

Current favourite book  I just finished reading Deborah Levy’s The Cost of Living and so admired what she achieved with this short memoir. I(...)

Hamnet, Dead Centre’s brilliant co-production with the Abbey

Hamnet Project Arts Centre, Dublin Feb 20-23 7.30pm €26/€23 projectartscetnre.ie Who haunted Shakespeare when he wrote Hamlet? A play so steeped in d(...)

Scottee: “The only time we ever see fat bodies are as the lowest-common denominator.”

When artist and fat activist Scottee invited people to a talk and a slice of pizza at the Project Arts Centre in early January, it was at odds with th(...)

Liam Neeson. Photograph: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty

This is not an obituary. Though it may read like one. A year ago, in quieter, gentler times, when Liam Neeson was just a famous actor, I interviewed h(...)

Bernie Ní Fhlatharta, Mary Wilson, Anne Flaherty, Marese McDonagh and Justine McCarthy

Mary Wilson Mary Wilson presents Drivetime on RTÉ Radio 1. The friendship that changed her life is with four college friends who met when they moved (...)

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