Between nervous glances at her phone, consistent pacing up and down her apartment, and forcefully necking down a bottle of
Disclaimer: History is complicated. This play is not a history lesson. In Co. Kerry, in the late 18th century, the
“Your English is so good.” “Where are you REALLY from?” “Is your hair real?” You probably won’t find the answers
Happy Birthday Jacob, directed by Laura Bowler, returns to The New Theatre for a second time following its successful run
Everybody’s got a story. Here’s the story of the street sign holders in Dublin City.
McStay handles both comedy and drama with the assured hand of a much older writer. While there were laughs throughout, by the end I could hear quite a few of the audience sniffling into their hankies. Not me of course. I’m a critic, we don’t do emotion.
Behind the Dark is a spine chilling, moonlit acrobatic delight which puts the ‘Fringe’ back in the Dublin Tiger Fringe Festival.
This is a well told, simple story. It depicts a fragile character, tentatively pushing her way through the water, in order to find solace.
When you first arrive at the Black Box in Smock Alley Theatre, you are presented with a cup of 7up
Abie Philbin Bowman has a solid comic persona, and he left the audience wanting more.