Eileen Walsh

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WRC adjudication officer Conor Stoke upheld the complaint, saying the Sue Ryder Foundation had not acted fairly or reasonably in its consideration of the redundancy.

A charity accused of an “anti-union bias” has been ordered to pay nearly €14,000 for the unfair dismissal of a shop steward. Eileen Walsh, a night s(...)

The Irish Arts Center’s programme director Rachael Gilkey, executive director Aiden Connolly  and vice-chair Pauline Turley. Photograph: Vincent Tullo/New York Times

New York, New York . . . If you can make it there, you can make it anywhere – or so they like to say. Celebrating its 50th anniversary next year, New (...)

Agnes O'Casey: ‘It’s so rare and lucky to be able to hear your great-grandad’s thoughts and feelings. I feel like I have a relationship with him.’ Photograph: Pip Bourdillon

Agnes O’Casey recalls her childhood was “like having two lives”. For the most part, she had a relatively normal upbringing as the daughter of hospital(...)

Tom Vaughan-Lawlor in Rialto

There is a late scene in Peter Mackie Burns’s searing Dublin drama that sensitive viewers will find impossible to shake from the brain. Involving a co(...)

Great Irish movies: Eamonn Owens as Francie Brady in The Butcher Boy, directed by Neil Jordan

IN VERY PARTICULAR ORDER, HERE’S OUR (CURRENTLY DEFINITIVE) PICK OF THE GREATEST IRISH MOVIES EVER MADE No sane person will sincerely claim that(...)

 Rex Ryan in  The Ridleys, at the Peacock Theatre. Photograph:  Ste Murray

It was a dramatic year for theatre, bookended by two moments of crisis. The first played out in the full glare of public attention. The other, which i(...)

Corcadorca: The Sameby Enda Walsh, directed at Galway Airport, Carnmore

Redemption Falls An Taibhdhearc, Galway; July 28th, 8pm (Sat mat 2pm) In a way, music got the Mooney family into this mess. Set in the aftermath of t(...)

Theatre for One: Eileen Walsh in Bait, by Louise Lowe. Photograph: Jed Niezgoda/venividi.ie

THEATRE FOR ONE Outside Cork Opera House ★★★★★ Annie Ryan of Corn Exchange once described her Car Show, which played to no more than three passengers(...)

 Irish playwrights Emmet Kirwan, Marina Carr, Enda Walsh and Stacey Gregg promote  Theatre For One, which is running as part of the Cork Midsummer Festival. Photograph: Clare Keogh

It’s dim, dressingroom lights surround the frame, and the aesthetic is theatrical red velvet. I’m alone in the single seat, hands on armrests. A scree(...)

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(...)

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