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Marty Rea and Eileen Walsh in Beginning. Photograph: Ros Kavanagh

DUBLIN WILL SHOW YOU HOW The Complex, Dublin. Ends Sat 13 abbeytheatre.ie How does a young woman end up living on the streets? How does a young man d(...)

Beginning, at the Gate Theatre in Dublin: Marty Rea and Eileen Walsh. Photograph: Ros Kavanagh

BEGINNING Gate Theatre, Dublin ★★★★★ Among the more poignant micronarratives to emerge in our age are the personal ads known as Missed Connection. Ta(...)

David Eldridge: “I’m trying to define what romance might mean." Photograph: Alan Betson

It’s not a question I tend to ask men I have only just met, especially not at 11 in the morning, but I want to know if David Eldridge is romantic. He (...)

“Deep concern and dissatisfaction”: the Abbey Theatre’s directors, Graham McLaren and Neil Murray. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

More than 300 actors, directors, designers, agents and playwrights have complained to the Minister for Culture about the Abbey Theatre’s recently adop(...)

Dublin Dance Festival, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s Rosas Danst Rosas, Photograph:  Anne Van Aerschot

Dreaming in Blue Until February 14th Harry Clarke’s dreamy The Eve of Saint Agnes is at the Hugh Lane in Dublin, but you can see his wonderful waterco(...)

Eileen Walsh, Kerry Condon, and  Nina Sosanya in ‘Women on the Verge’

In the conference room of an understandably troubled Dublin city newspaper, Laura runs through her forthcoming column ideas. Is anxiety the new depres(...)

Kerry Condon: “Sometimes I would scream at everyone, for some sort of attention, and then feel mortified about it”

Kerry Condon’s Los Angeles is not the one we might envisage. There’s not much glitz, glamour or gossip in LA’s countryside, where she now lives, looks(...)

Emma Thompson: singing judge

Can a committed, dignified performance save an otherwise painfully flawed project? On this evidence, the answer would be: “Erm, maybe, just about.”&nb(...)

Cyprus Avenue: Stephen Rea is in David Ireland’s provocative comedy on the Peacock Stage at the Abbey Theatre

Cyprus Avenue Peacock Stage, Abbey Theatre, Dublin; from Monday, April 30th until Saturday, May 19th, 8pm; €30/€25; abbeytheatre.ie “This is a safe pl(...)

 Eleanor Methven, who won  the special tribute award for 2017, and Emma Jordan, winner of best director, at The Irish Times  theatre awards on  February 25th at the National Concert Hall. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

John Logan’s 2009 play Red starts with a simple question to which there is no obvious answer: “What do you see?” The speaker is Mark Rothko, the famo(...)

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