Willie White

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Karan Casey: I Walked into My Head was part of the Kilkenny Arts Festival at the Watergate Theatre. Photograph: Ste Murray

Spare a thought for the brave opera-lovers who staunchly sat through Irish National Opera’s rain-swept but powerful production of Richard Strauss’s El(...)

ANU and Landmark Productions will stage The Book of Names as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival. Photograph: Pablo Cassinoni

The programme has been announced for this year’s Dublin Theatre Festival, which runs from September 30th to October 17th. New works from Enda Walsh, M(...)

DruidGregory at Coole Park marks Druid’s return with a Galway  tour until October 17th. Coronavirus leaves all art hanging in the balance. Photograph: Matthew Thompson

In all the talk about Covid-19, we may not have given as much consideration as we should to the role played by pure, dumb luck. Yes, it’s essential we(...)

People celebrating the independence of Ireland on O’Connell bridge before midnight on Easter Sunday, 1949. Photograph: Larry Burrows/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images

For two years, the people at theatre company ANU Productions have had a photograph sitting on their desks. The black-and-white image was taken on Apri(...)

Dublin Theatre Festival director Willie White says a business model for digital theatre has emerged during lockdown. Photograph: Dave Meehan

It is five months since Willie White, director of  the Dublin Theatre Festival, sat in a theatre. The show was Farm Fatale, a dystopian performan(...)

The Examination: at the Project Arts Centre in Dublin as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival

THE EXAMINATION Project Arts Centre, Dublin. Preview Sep 6 6.15pm Opens Sep 7-11 &14 9pm (Thurs additional performance 6.15pm) fringefest.com The(...)

District 8 nightclub at the Tivoli theatre in Dublin. The theatre has closed after 85 years and is being redeveloped as an aparthotel

How do you point out what isn’t there any more? When Willie White, the director of the Dublin Theatre Festival, counts off the theatre spaces that no(...)

The “Behind the Scenes” acrobat show, which ran  in Eyre Square, Galway, during the city’s international arts festival this summer. Photograph: Andrew Downes/ Xposure

"The theatres, the people running club nights, the people running markets, anything that’s independent, under the radar, not necessarily commercial, i(...)

Dublin Theatre Festival: Willie White, surrounded by actors, at the launch of the 2018 event. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin Theatre Festival wants its audiences to get involved behind the scenes by choosing a play for this year’s event. The festival is looking for p(...)

The Examination: Willie White in Brokentalkers’  politically sly and artfully provocative piece

THE EXAMINATION Project Arts Centre, Dublin ★★★★☆ The latest work from the seriously irreverent contemporary theatre company Brokentalkers begins wit(...)

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