Joanne Hayden

Delving below Healy’s surface is rewarding and illuminating

Ambitious morality tale loses its way

Bittersweet new play shows Belfast stripped bare

Saggy, indulgent writing weakens latest de Bernières blockbuster

South Africa’s troubled history viewed through a lens

Latest production of Wilde classic focuses on fun

A fictional awakening

Contemporary sequel to Wilde classic is bold and relevant

A scandalous woman in 18th century Dublin

Book review: The House of Hidden Mothers

Theatre: Casey’s anti-war play still packs a punch

Capturing the mundane in an oddly addictive way

A timely and intelligent look at love

Abbey’s clever production led by Ireland’s finest

Agony in Munich's departure lounge