Review by Joanna Kelly In California, 1964, a young woman by the name of Gloria Szymanski agreed to be filmed
Review by Joanna Kelly Entering the Cube of the Project Arts Centre, the buzz around this show is very real.
Review by Siofra Ni Shluaghadháin As part of this year’s Dublin Theatre Festival, the Druid Theatre Company have brought a
Review by Kevin Worrall Exploring love, body and friendship, Pan Pan Theatre’s production of ‘Eliza’s Adventures in the Uncanny Valley’
Review by Kevin Worrall Turns out Virginia Woolf might not be so fine after all. Having enjoyed a smash-hit run
Review by Peter Blennerhassett Rough Magic bring Joyce’s debut novel is brought colourfully to the stage, telling the story of
Review by Siofra Nic Liam Multiverse is a show from Louis Vanhaverbeke, who plays a multifunctional DJ in this show.
Review by Siofra Ni Shluaghadháin In the midst of new innovations and new ideas in theatre, some times an old
Review by Siofra Nic Liam Erin McGathy and Ben Seeder bring us an improvised piece, based on information they get
Review by Siofra Ni Shluaghadháin Shame is an essay in the human condition. Weaving together narratives of failure, artistic endeavour,