Thursday 16th November

"Body Language" by CoisCéim Dance Theatre and the RHA Gallery

Kay Sheehy reports on "Body Language", a multi-media exploration of ways of telling your life story non-verbally; it is a collaboration between CoisCéim Dance Theatre and the RHA Gallery Full ...

Friday 10th November

Billy Boyle, star of "Follies"

Irish actor Billy Boyle (who has had a 40 year career on stage and film) stars in Stephen Sondheim's "Follies" which will be broadcast live into Irish cinemas in the ...

Tuesday 7th November

The history of the musical "Cabaret"

Kay Sheehy on the history of the musical "Cabaret" which is coming to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre later this month Full details: 

Monday 6th November

"Fire Below (A War of Words)" by Owen McCafferty and Jimmy Fay

Playwright Owen McCafferty and theatre director Jimmy Fay chat about their play "Fire Below (A War of Words)", set in contemporary Belfast it tackles issues such as bonfires, agreements, the role ...

"Boom?", a play by Isobel Mahon

Isobel Mahon chats about her play "Boom?", a satire about the madness of the Celtic Tiger years in Ireland

Wednesday 25th October

"Bat the Father, Rabbit the Son", a play by Donal O'Kelly

Donal O'Kelly explains why he has revived his 1-man play "Bat the Father, Rabbit the Son", which he first performed 30 years ago Further details:

"This Is The Funeral Of Your Life", a play by Louise White

Louise White chats about how the death of her father inspired her latest play "This Is The Funeral Of Your Life", an interactive theatre piece where the audience are invited ...

Wednesday 18th October

Joan Sheehy and Colin Dunne on "Whitby"

Joan Sheehy and Colin Dunne talk about their show "Whitby", which explores the chilling voyage of the ship, Demeter, as it brings Dracula from Romania to the port of Whitby. ...

Thursday 12th October

Review: "King of the Castle" by Eugene McCabe

David Keane reviews "King of the Castle" by Eugene McCabe at the Dublin Theatre Festival More information:

Tuesday 10th October

"Dubliners", two one-act operas by Andrew Synnott and Arthur Riordan

"Dubliners", two one-act operas inspired by Joyce's "Dubliners", will have its world premiere at Wexford Festival Opera. Andrew Synnott, musical director and Arthur Riordan, adaptataion and text, talk about "Counterparts" & "The ...



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