Pan Pan have long been considered one of Ireland’s most revolutionary theatre companies, recognised throughout the world for pushing the
In devising Ganesh vs. The Third Reich, Back to Back Theatre frequently asked themselves: what right they had to
I hadn’t been to The Ark in Temple Bar since probably the mid-nineties and had not seen the current theatre
The play is essentially a one woman operetta as Clíona Ní Chíosain (Aifric) tells the story of one girl’s attempt to make it as a singer entirely through Irish language rock songs.
There is a thrilling, scientific exactness of the performance, which allows for complex ideas to flourish alongside vital silliness. In the throes of this investigation/ spectacle, the audience becomes thoroughly captured in our own inherent fascination with the other, in our inability not to stare.
Opening this year’s Dublin Theatre Festival with a violent bang, Schaubühne Berlin’s Hamlet is a devastatingly original, viciously funny and superbly modern telling of a story that has lost none of its relevance.
The new series ‘Danger Mouse’ is to be animated by Irish company, Boulder Media. Catch up with them at the Fingal Film Festival from 26-28 September 2014.
According to Wikipedia (thanks internets) the Irish word Úr is the eighteenth letter of the Ogham alphabet meaning earth, soil
For someone who claims not to be an actor, Itai Erdal looks like he belongs on stage. The charismatic and
As an audience member of Source, a new dance theatre piece from RADE (Recovery though Art, Drama and Education), I