Lucy McCormick’s Triple Threat. Photograph: The Other Richard

New Testament Project Arts Centre ★★★ Is nothing sacred? Skimming the New Testament for material, making queer cabaret its religion and adopting pop (...)

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Well, the night is nearly upon us. And at this point – if you’re not in – it’s too late for the Áras an Uachtaráin lottery, or for prebooked tickets f(...)

The Egg is a Lonely Hunter ★★★ Project Arts Centre This monologue roves through a town so dreary, even the horses are expecting an apocalypse. The en(...)

Michael Patrick’s My Left Nut

My Left Nut Bewley’s Café Theatre, Powerscourt Townhouse ★★★★ In Michael Patrick’s bittersweet comic solo performance, a young Belfast boy is h(...)

Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani, Freedom of Movement, film still, at the MART Gallery

Freedom of Movement – Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani ★★★ The Mart Gallery What do we think of when we hear the word “race”? In Nina Fischer &(...)

Soldier Still is at Project Arts Centre Sept 9th to 14th as part of Dublin Fringe Festival

Since ancient times, movement, in the form of close order drill, helped shape a rabble of individuals into a mass military unit. But it can also help (...)

Performances of Trophy are free but ticketed

Trophy Barnardo Square, Dame Street September 9th-11th, 3pm & 7pm Lives can change in an instant, for good or bad, pivoting on a bit of luck or j(...)

Detail still from Promisings 2013 by Elaine Reynolds at The Dock, Carrick-on-Shannon

Cliona Harmey, Seán Molloy, David Quinn Solstice Arts Centre, Railway Street, Navan, Co Meath. Until October 13th. solsticeartscentre.ie I like th(...)

 Lucky Khambyle, Aissatou Sow and Ellie Kisiyombe work at the Our Table Pop-Up Café at Project Arts Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin.  Photograph: Allen Kiely

This summer Homayoon Shirzad celebrated Ramadan away from home for the first time in his life. Each day at sunset he gathered with a small group of fr(...)

Belinda McKeon: ‘I knew that I wanted to write about people whose lives are devoted ostensibly to beauty and art – but really, wealth and power is so much a part of it.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Shenanigans in the world of big art: that’s the subject of Belinda McKeon’s new play, Nora. A reworking of Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House, the piece wa(...)

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