Defender of the Faith. Everyman Theatre, Cork. Directed by Andrew Flynn. Tours nationally until November 29. Rating: 4/5. Reviewed by Brendan Daly.
In Acting Shakespeare. The Everyman Theatre, Cork. Directed by John Langs. Runs in Galway, Portlaoise, Roscommon, Sligo and Thurles until October 24.
How These Desperate Men Talk. By Enda Walsh. Graepel Perforators & Weavers, Kinsale. Run Concluded. Reviewed by Brendan Daly. Rating: 4.5/5.
Brigit and Bailegangaire. By Tom Murphy. Town Hall Theatre, Galway. Directed by Garry Hynes. Runs at the Olympia Theatre, Dublin, October 1-5.
The Laramie Project. The Everyman Theatre, Cork. Run concluded. Reviewed by Brendan Daly. Rating: 4/5.
Agent Storm: My Life Inside Al-Qaeda. By Morten Storm with Paul Cruickshank and Tim Lister. Viking, €17. Revierwed by Brendan Daly.
Between Trees And Water. Directed by Fiona McGeown. Unitarian Church, Cork, and South Studios, Dublin 8. (see fringefest.com) Reviewed by Brendan Daly. Rating: 3/5.
A Few Good Men. By Jeremy Skidmore. Reviewed by Brendan Daly. Rating: 4/5
When the logistics company he worked for went into liquidation in 2008, Fintan Ward got a job as a caddy at Doonbeg golf club.
The Climb: The Autobiography. By Chris Froome. Viking, €24.99. Reviewed by Brendan Daly.
Dusty: An Intimate Portrait of a Musical Legend. By Karen Bartlett. Robson Press, €24.99. Reviewed by Brendan Daly.