Gary Keegan

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Woman Undone: a familiar trajectory of abuse, self-medication, self-harm and, eventually, recovery

WOMAN UNDONE Project Arts Centre, Dublin ★★★☆☆ There may be such a thing as an art of suffering. To some that will sound like a determination to wall(...)

Jack McCaffrey is denied a goal by Galway’s Sean Kelly during the semi-final at Croke Park. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Bernard Brogan beckons Jack McCaffrey over for a quick word. Monday is the Brogan show in Croke Park. Up at corporate level, as commercial director of(...)

This Beach, an acerbic satire revived from its last outing at the 2016 Dublin Fringe Festival

Saturday, November 11 Tribes Gate Theatre, Dublin. Ends Nov 11. 2pm & 7.30pm The family at the centre of Nina Raine’s Tribes, given a (...)

This Beach works like a dry parable for the refugee crisis, but it contains a simmering rage.

Going out City of London Sinfonia/Michael Collins NCH, Dublin 2, 8pm, November 11th, €25-€49.50 nch.ie Michael McHale will perform at the (...)

Talking Shop Ensemble and Shaun Dunne have collaborated on Rapids

  Project Arts Centre, Dublin  **** Rapids are natural phenomena, explains the disarming writer and performer Shaun Dunne: a sudden chang(...)

Eddie Kay in The Circus Animals’ Desertion by Brokentalkers which is running in the Samuel Beckett Theatre as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival. Photograph: Keith Dixon Photography

The Circus Animals’ Desertion   Samuel Beckett Theatre  **** Whatever your feelings about the artist or the man, there’s no denying (...)

Empathy is like a tanning bed: This Beach, at the Project Arts Centre

HOT BROWN HONEY ★★★★ Spiegeltent @ Merrion Square An exhilarating Australian burlesque troupe formed by women of Polynesian and indigenous origin, Ho(...)

The Beach, an original play by Brokenstalkers, is about the refugee crisis – from the point of view of the haves rather than the have-nots

The Brokentalkers gang, who are famously known for their non-narrative, abstract theatrical style, have written a play. “Yeah, I know,” says one-half (...)

Riot, with Dr Panti Bliss: already breaking box-office records

What’s in a name? Sixty-nine years ago eight companies arrived uninvited at the inaugural Edinburgh International Festival. The next year they were j(...)

Billy Walsh believes that both Shakur Stevenson (red) and Michael Conlan are destined to make it to the top echelons of professional boxing. Photograph: Yuri Cortez/AFP/Getty Images

Although Billy Walsh’s name has been linked to a vacancy within the Irish Institute of Sport with director Gary Keegan leaving in September after eigh(...)

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