Emotive and affective, The Last Siren is a stimulating experience for the ears, to say the least.
If indeed the bloody reality of Ireland’s history is to be accurately portrayed, this production just might be it.
Having shared their love for Beckett with one another for 45 years, I struggle to imagine there being a more qualified or talented pair to undertake First Love. Together they have produced a truly wondrous piece of theatre.
It feels weird to review a show that’s been running for 4 years, has already received tons of plaudits, and
This Dublin Theatre Festival, The Corn Exchange have staged a modernised adaptation of The Seagull at the Gaiety Theatre. Directed
As the lights go up in The Gate Theatre, we are transported to an apartment in Paris. This is owned
Death at Intervals reminds us of what we already know: we each have our own death; it belongs to us
‘It was the dream itself enchanted me: Character isolated by a deed To engross the present and dominate memory.’ The
As you take your seats around The Ark’s round stage, the sound of crickets is all you can hear, and
Realising the consequences of our actions and belonging to a frame of mind where one is not the be-all and