So here we are. The Gate’s first proper ‘play’ after the immersive Great Gatsby. Tough act to follow. Suffice to
Landmark Productions and the Galway International Arts Festival bring Woyzeck in Winter to the Gaiety Theatre as part of the
Efficacy 84 from the outset has given itself a mountain of a task by wanting to look at the Kerry
Ruth Hunter at one point tells us that we may have been expecting a comedy show, but instead bore witness
In many ways, Katie Roche does not tell a new story. The play, written by Teresa Deevy, was first produced
Audience members file into the Space Upstairs at the Project Arts Centre clutching their tickets and wearing their Jurassic Park
Oh, how mighty craic the Irish are. We’rethe soundest nation in the world. We have the gift of the gab.
Storytelling is what theatre is at its very core. It’s a truly special experience to conjure up images in the
“Roll/wheel/hop/crawl/dance/walk up and join Mary Nugent” is the introduction we’re given to Don’t Be Looking!!!, a 60 minute piece that
‘My Left Nut’ is a coming of age story unlike anything else you will witness at the Dublin Fringe this year.