When is the last time you told someone something about yourself? In Josephine K and the Algorithms, Stacey Gregg uses
There aren’t many playwrights whose work could stand on the merit of its stage directions alone. In this experimental piece,
In Wind Resistance, Karine Polwart brings the audience on a journey, across time and space, to look at some of
Rapids provides us with a startling insight into the lives of people living with HIV in Ireland today. It concentrates
For the 2017 Dublin Theatre Festival, United Fall bring a new piece of contemporary dance theatre, Girl Song, to town.
Enda Walsh is a playwright known for his minute, and mind-bending, examinations of the human psyche under pressure. The Second
A one man show, written and performed by Keith A Wallace, ‘The Bitter Game‘ is a powerful piece of theatre.
The Corn Exchange and Annie Ryan bring Belinda McKeon’s Nora – after Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House – to the
So here we are. The Gate’s first proper ‘play’ after the immersive Great Gatsby. Tough act to follow. Suffice to
‘The Suppliant Women’ opens this years Dublin Theatre Festival in a sensational and emotional triumph. It tells the story of