Thursday 12th May

Review: "Othello" at the Abbey

Sophie Gorman reviews “Othello” at the Abbey Theatre Full details:  

Wednesday 11th May

“Natural History of Hope”,  by artist Fiona Whelan and the Rialto Youth Project

Abie Philbin Bowman was at rehearsals at the Project Arts Centre for “Natural History of Hope”,  a live performance by artist Fiona Whelan and the women of the Rialto Youth ...

Monday 9th May

"Driving Miss Daisy" at the Gaiety Theatre

John P Kelly, director of “Driving Miss Daisy” at the Gaiety Theatre Further details:  

Thursday 5th May

Review: “Inhabitance” by Peter Dunne at Project Arts Centre

Sophie Gorman reviews “Inhabitance” by Peter Dunne, produced by Glass Doll Productions at the Project Arts Centre; a woman whose daughter disappears turns to the world of reality television to find her ...

Wednesday 4th May

Here We Are, At The Risk Of Our Lives” - Irish popular culture and 1916

Dr Susanne Colleary, theatre academic and one of the creators of “Here We Are, At The Risk Of Our Lives”, a new cinematic installation in public libraries showing how Irish ...

Wednesday 27th April

Mark O'Rowe directs "Metamorphoses" at Drogheda Arts Festival

Mark O’Rowe who is directing a rehearsed reading of 5 tales from one of the world's oldest and longest poems – “Metamorphoses” by Ovid – at this year’s Drogheda Arts ...

Monday 25th April

"Big" at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

Abie Philbin Bowman spoke to Michael Rose, producer of the stage adaptation of the Tom Hanks film “Big” which is coming to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre Further details: 

Tuesday 19th April

"Testimonies" by Paul Kennedy and Mary Moynihan

Mary Moynihan of Smashing Times Theatre talks about “Testimonies”, which she co-wrote with Paul Kennedy; it features monologues adapted from experiences of those who have lost loved ones to suicide ...

Monday 18th April

"Score" by Breach & Quinn

Breach & Quinn theatre company actors/writers Alan Howley and Jack Cawley talk about their play “Score”, about a fictional band who make a short film called The Score which becomes ...

"Northern Star" by Stewart Parker, produced by Rough Magic Theatre

Lynn Parker, director of Rough Magic theatre company talks about their latest production – “Northern Star” by Stewart Parker, set in Belfast in the 18th Century it’s the story of ...



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