Alice Malseed

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My Dad’s Blind: Anna Sheils-McNamee’s play was named best production at Dublin Fringe Festival

The marathon Dublin Fringe Festival – 80 productions and 554 performances over 16 days – ended on Sunday night with the announcement of this year’s fr(...)

Takes on female sexuality and sexual experiences feature in a number of shows in this year’s Dublin Fringe Festival, which is launched tonight (Wed Ju(...)

Áine de Paor enjoys her morning swim.

When I was a teenager in Dublin, I was terrified of all things exercise related. It wasn’t until I lived in Japan in my 20s and ended up on a daily ve(...)

Áine Ní Laoghaire: 'For anyone keen to try HIIT, stick with it – no matter how tough it may seem to begin with.'
Why I love to . . . do HIIT

I’m a yogi and have been practising yoga for the last decade. About 18 months ago, a friend of mine suggested we go to a HIIT class together, and even(...)

‘The Man Who Fell to Pieces’ by Patrick J O’Reilly

A young woman called Caroline is visiting the house, which her boyfriend John shares with his mother. She has brought with her a bag. In the bag is Jo(...)

Alice Malseed

Jellyfish Project Cube ***   Given shows about alienated, self-anaesthetising youth are about as rare in the Fringe Festival (...)

Alice Malseed: ‘Moving to Jakarta was one of the best and worst decisions I have ever made.’

In September 2013 I moved to Jakarta, the heart of Java; a sprawling and layered city of 10 million people and the capital of Indonesia, itself a coun(...)