Between nervous glances at her phone, consistent pacing up and down her apartment, and forcefully necking down a bottle of
Tony Award winning musical, ‘Avenue Q’, has descended onto the Irish stage – and is teaching audiences some of the
‘The Comedy About A Bank Robbery’ is a slapstick, pun-tastic, and thrillingly adventurous delight. Having enjoyed a successful run in
Rise Productions brings this dark, relatable and oftentimes comic thriller in the shape of Spotless. Two women, one forty-odd, the
Set in the Irish enclave of Boston, Frank Galvin (played by Ian Kesley) is a washed up lawyer on the
This production of Ulster American marks the triumphant return of David Ireland’s work to the Abbey Theatre, upstairs this time
The art of storytelling isn’t one to be overlooked. In an era of theatre, where audiences expect nothing short of
It’s the summer, and a very Irish rite of passage is taking place in a field in Stradbally, Co. Meath.
‘We’re all mad here!”
Indeed they were.
Nearly every playwright has that play in their back catalogue. You know the type. Martin McDonagh’s star is certainly on