Declan Gorman

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The  project aims to explore the idea of creative engagement in schools

What does creativity mean? The answers are as varied as the creative arts themselves. According to four-year-old Jamie Cozma “it’s painting rainbows, (...)

Admirably determined: Gerard Adlum and Ian Toner in The Big Fellow

THE BIG FELLOW Everyman, Cork ★★★☆☆ This production is a lesson for Minister for Education Joe McHugh: abandon the teaching of history in our schools(...)

Graham McLaren and Neil Murray may have tipped the balance too suddenly and too far. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

A little over a week ago, I was invited to sign the “Letter of Concern” about the Abbey Theatre. I declined to do so. While some of the statistics in (...)

Derek Coyne, Declan Gorman and staff at the Bakehouse, Tullamore.

Three restaurants in Tullamore, Co Offaly, embraced the concept of Christmas cheer this year staying open over the holiday period to serve food to peo(...)

“It’s absolutely fantastic and I cannot believe that these two men are willing to do that,” said charity organiser Ken Smollen, who was approached by the two restaurant owners with the idea.

Two restaurants in Co Offaly are offering free dinners for the homeless on Christmas Day. BakeHouse Cafe and Restaurant and Cafe India, both in Tull(...)

Alan Wai as Dong Phuc in Charlie O’Neill’s Hurl. Photograph: Ros Kavanagh

Staging Intercultural Ireland: New Plays and Practitioner Perspectives is the first published collection of plays and interviews responding to the eff(...)