Domhnall Gleeson in Medicine written and directed by Enda Walsh. Photograph: Alex Sapienza

Something strange has been happening. Stranger than a global pandemic? It is linked. As people muse on how long it will take for artists to make work (...)

The show suggests that dancing really is Gralton’s cure for everything

At an early point in this handsome, lively and sonorous stage adaptation of Ken Loach’s recent film, one character relates an anecdote that is nowhere(...)

A still from May by Lewis Kenny and Tony Callaly

A new short film celebrating the fact that “we are only given one mother” has just been released, and it might just bring a tear to your eye ahead of (...)

Marty Rea and Declan Conlon in Juno and the Paycock at the Gate Theatre. Photograph: Pat Redmond

Juno and the Paycock Gate Theatre, Dublin *** Barely a squeak, a knock, or an approaching footstep is sounded in Sean O’Casey’s 1924 play without(...)

Beckett in the City: The Women Speak, Coláiste Mhuire, Parnell Square

Beckett in the City: The Women Speak Coláiste Mhuire, Parnell Square **** With his legendary restrictions on the female form – reduced to(...)

Jane Brennan in By the Bog of Cats

By the Bog of Cats Abbey Theatre, Dublin ***   Hester Swane is having a bad day. Her lover, Carthage Kilbride, is due to mar(...)

Emily Aoibheann from  aerial performance company Dying Breeds rehearsing in St Anthony’s Hall Church in Clontarf for  their new show Object Piggy. Emily helped launch the 21st edition of Tiger Dublin Fringe which runs  from September 7th -20th. Photograph: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland.

With venues as diverse as tents and trees, the Tiger Dublin Fringe is celebrating its 21st birthday in style in September. The annual festival has pu(...)

Simon O’Gorman and Derbhle Crotty in Sive at the Abbey Theatre. Photograph:  Ros Kavanagh
Review: Sive

Sive Abbey Theatre, Dublin *** (...)