Monday 14th March

The comedy of Mark Thomas

Abie Philbin Bowman talks about the style of comedy of political activist Mark Thomas whose show “Trespass” comes to The Sugar Club next week Further details:   

Thursday 10th March

Review: "After Miss Julie" by Patrick Marber

Sophie Gorman reviews “After Miss Julie”, an adaptation by Patrick Marber of August Strindberg’s original “Miss Julie”; it opened last night at the Project Arts Centre Further details: 

Tuesday 8th March

"Sisters Of The Rising" by Christiane O'Mahony

Christiane O’Mahony chats about her play “Sisters Of The Rising” which tells the story of two teenage girls in the years leading up to the 1916 Rising; it opens next ...

“A Great Arrangement" by Patrick Talbot

Writer/director Patrick Talbot explains how the letters between Michael Collins and Kitty Kiernan and the speeches of Michael Collins inspired his new play “A Great Arrangement" Official website: Cork Opera ...

Friday 4th March

The Casement Project”, a series of dance events created by Fearghus Ó Conchúir

Choreographer Fearghus Ó Conchúir explains why he wanted to create “The Casement Project”, a series of dance events this year in Ireland and London honouring the memory of humanitarian/historical gay ...

Wednesday 2nd March

"The Plough and the Stars" at the Abbey Theatre

English theatre director Sean Holmes talks about directing a new version of “The Plough and the Stars” at the Abbey Theatre, 90 years after it was first staged and caused riots ...

Monday 29th February

"Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye" by Jim Nolan

Waterford playwright Jim Nolan explains his latest play “Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye”, set in the offices of a fictional provincial newspaper in the Irish midlands in the run-up to ...

Tuesday 23rd February

"The Dead School" by Decadent Theatre Company

Pat McCabe and director Andrew Flynn chat about the Decadent Theatre Company production of Pat's novel “The Dead School” which is going on tour nationwide Further details:

Monday 22nd February

“Uhta! The Last Part of the Night”, a play by Justin MacGregor

Justin MacGregor talks about his play “Uhta! The Last Part of the Night” about the life and legacy of Ken Saro-Wiwa, the environmental activist from Ogoniland in dispute with oil ...

Friday 19th February

Review: "This Lime Tree Bower" by Conor McPherson at the Project

Sophie Gorman reviews the current production of “This Lime Tree Bower” by Conor McPherson at the Project Arts Centre Further details:  



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