The Watchmaker promises a dance spectacle amalgamating two very different forms of dance – contemporary street dance and classical ballet.
There are so many complex things that make the First World uniquely terrible, compared to the other great catastrophes of
Nadine Flynn accurately encapsulates the harsh realities and the genuine people of inner city Dublin in her outstanding play Running
You have to give credit where it’s due. It’s not an easy task transforming a junkie’s torture chamber into the
A modern retelling of a theatrical classic, James McNulty has given a unique twist to a play that is already
The Effect is Lucy Prebble’s much-lauded neurological romance presented for the first time on an Irish stage by the theatre
Having attended Lear, and not having been fully convinced by the piece, Precious Metal melted my previous expectations and forged a new admiration for the work being done with Irish Modern Dance Theatre.
Valda Setterfield features as the titular role in John Scott’s Lear, a performer who boasts a slew of impressive credentials
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.