Denise Gough

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Camille O’Sullivan performing at the Irish Embassy in London for St Brigid’s Day in 2018.

From London to Warsaw to Washington this weekend, events will be held around the world celebrating the talent and creativity of Irish women, to mark S(...)

  Martin Hayes, Minister for Culture, Josepha Madigan  and actress Denise Gough, opening the inaugural Culture Ireland Global Ireland 2025 Conference Photograph: Julien Behal

At the Global Ireland culture conference in Dublin Castle on Thursday, which looked at how to increase Ireland’s global footprint through culture, one(...)

Denise Gough: Tony Award nominee for ‘Angels in America’, which also stars Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane. Photograph: Tom Jamieson/The New York Times

Irish actor Denise Gough was nominated today for a 2018 Tony Award for her performance as Harper Pitt in Marianne Elliot’s National Theatre reviv(...)

The Gate Theatre. “We wish to express the grave concerns we have around the current inquiry.” Photograph: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

This is a statement of support and intent. We are a group of female theatre professionals who work across the industry as actors, writers, producers, (...)

Orange is the New Black kicks off season five

Orange is the New Black (Netflix, streaming now), Jenji Kohan’s comedy-drama series, now in its fifth series and guaranteed two more, has proven itsel(...)

“It gets me into trouble, Mac,” Denise Gough’s Paula says, suggesting similar sexual consequences to those of a slasher movie

Late in the second part of Paula (RTÉ One, Tues, 9.35pm) a three-part BBC drama made in association with RTÉ, our protagonist confessed to living a do(...)

The Keepers: “Timely in its deep distrust of authority and its determination to take back power.”  Photograph: Netflix

In the new Netflix seven-part documentary series The Keepers, a Baltimore police detective admits: “In homicide, time is a destroyer. The longer you w(...)

Idris Elba in Guerrilla: ‘There’s a beautiful, very detailed analysis of the UK and the culture at the time, some of which I can relate to being born in that era’

“I’m very lucky to have a career that I’m proud of,” says Idris Elba, grinning behind the shades which suggest exactly that. “The popcorn stuff, I lov(...)

 Babou Ceesay, Frieda Pinto and Idris Elba attend the UK Premiere of Guerrilla at the Curzon Bloomsbury  in London, England. Photograph:  Anthony Harvey/Getty Images

Post-premiere Q&A sessions are usually a safe place for actors, featuring softball questions on character exploration and the director’s vision. B(...)

The final public event after a full year of campaigning by Waking the Feminists took place on the Rosie Hackett bridge, in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Top-funded Irish theatre organisations have the worst records for gender equality in the industry, according to research compiled for the Waking the F(...)

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