The Queen of Crime comes to the Gaiety Theatre. Agatha Christie’signature stamp has been truly honored in this production of ‘A
The play imagines a world where water is produced in orchards. The plot is played out in two parts, the first
Adaptations are a funny thing – no matter what medium you’re moving from, or to. Stage adaptations are stranger still.
Watching Kidding Ensemble’s Cosas I was struck by the fact that most of those involved in the production had an international background and how here again was a piece of simple but ingenuous theatre that delighted in being theatrical.
It was obvious that the gig had been arranged at the last minute after Jaffa Cakes’ cancellation, and none of the acts were particularly well prepared.
Overall, it is an interesting portrayal of contemporary student life.
The talent and chemistry within the group is undeniable. It was a testament to the 10 Days in Dublin festival that they have provided an outlet for acts of such calibre to be heard.
I imagine leaving the church truly awestruck and amazed is [also] fairly rare but, for those here to worship at the feet of Cloud Castle Lake Orchestra, that’s exactly what happened.
Oh dear. Something terrible happened last night, didn’t it? It was a ‘Very Bad Thing’ you did, wasn’t it? There
Gillen is more mentalist than magician – although some of his feats are so baffling that at times magic seems to be the only explanation.